Project Fairs

What are Rotary’s Project Fairs?

Rotary’s Project Fairs are events that connect clubs seeking international service projects with clubs interested in collaborating with global partners. These annual regional events are held by Rotary districts to encourage international fellowship and collaborations in World Community Service efforts. Host district clubs display their projects, and visitors from other countries identify those that best fit their club’s goals. The participants discuss their interests, concerns, and ideas about the projects. Project Fairs typically last two to three days and may include visits to service projects or opportunities to experience the local culture.

Who can attend?

Any club representative or Rotary member who is interested in supporting an international service project can attend a project fair.

Rotary website:

https://my.rotary.org/en/exchange-ideas/project-fairs

With questions:

To learn how to sponsor a project fair or how to attend one, please write to rotary.service@rotary.org

District 5160 Project Fair Attendance Grants 2019-2020

Uniendo America Project Fair, Antigua, Guatemala, January 23 – 25, 2020:

Narrative Report, Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary

Extensive List of Projects Presented, Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary

District 5160 Project Fair Attendance Grants 2018-2019

Costa Rica Project Fair:

Costa Rica Project Fair Narrative Report, Lamorinda Rotary and Redding West Rotary

Columbia Project Fair:

Columbia Project Fair Narrative Report, Hercules Rotary

Columbia Project Fair Narrative Report, Woodland Sunrise Rotary 

 

Eastern Africa Project Fair:

Eastern Africa Project Fair Narrative Report, Dougherty Valley/San Ramon Rotary

Eastern Africa Project Fair Narrative Report, Anderson Rotary   

Eastern Africa Project Fair Narrative Report, Anderson Rotary 

Eastern Africa Project Fair Narrative Report, Woodland Sunrise Rotary