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24th September 2020, 23:50

Gift of Sight 2020 at Sarikei Hospital

Rotary Club of Sarikei is coordinating with Sarikei Hospital to provide them with FREE Intraocular Lens (IOL) as they have a long waiting list of poor elderly cataract patients.

The cost of the surgical procedure will be borne by the government hospital. 💕

Rotary Club of Sarikei has invited Rotary Eclub of 3310 to partner with them for this Gift of Sight 2020 project.

Together we shall source for donors to purchase some 200 IOLs to do cataract eye surgeries based on the current long waiting list.

The cost of each IOL is RM350 (or approximately S$120 with rounding off) for each eye.

For those who wish to help, please contact Rotary Eclub of 3310 <eclub3310@gmail.com> if you are located in Singapore. Thanks.

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Gift of Sight 2020 at Sarikei Hospital

Rotary Club of Sarikei is coordinating with Sarikei Hospital to provide them with FREE Intraocular Lens (IOL) as they have a long waiting list of poor elderly cataract patients. 

The cost of the surgical procedure will be borne by the government hospital. 💕

Rotary Club of Sarikei has invited Rotary Eclub of 3310 to partner with them for this Gift of Sight 2020 project. 

Together we shall source for donors to purchase some 200 IOLs to do cataract eye surgeries  based on the current long waiting list. 

The cost of each IOL is RM350 (or approximately S$120 with rounding off) for each eye. 

For those who wish to help, please contact Rotary Eclub of 3310  if you are located in Singapore. Thanks.

#GiftofSight
#PeopleofAction 
#WeAreRotarians 
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

24th September 2020, 19:58

Panel Discussion – Making A Difference to The Young brings together three outstanding Rotarians from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia who have made significant contributions to improve the quality of life and future for young people in their respective communities. They shall share their experiences and insights as individuals, and as Rotarians, on what prompted them to embrace the Object of Rotary and the Ideal of Service.

The panelists are instrumental in initiating and seeing through landmark community service projects for vulnerable young children. While the form and format through which the community services vary, the aim is the same – to offer opportunities for the underprivileged and at-risk young to grow up in a safe, nurturing environment; gain literacy and vocational skills so as to lift them out of poverty. Having benefited, these children, as young adults, could then be able to 'payback' to the community in their own unique ways.

Based on Rotary’s Area of Focus - Education & Literacy, learn from 3 ordinary Rotarians who convert their passion to help take in kids no one want from basic education and eventually even to university.

1. DGE Budi Soehardi, District 3410 - Roslin Orphanage
2. PP Dato Chan Kum Fatt, District 3300 - BRDB-Rotary Children's Residence (BRCR)
3. Rtn Arun Sharma, District 3310 - RGS Gurumulam
Moderated by PP Tan May Yan, Rotary Eclub of 3310
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Good evening fellow Rotarians from DGE Dolly - D3310

Greetings from RC Sri Petaling, District 3300

Hi Greetings from the eClub of Rotary e-Club of Innovation

kudos to you Arun!👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Well done , Arun!!!

Hello everybody! Vicky Soo from Rotary EClub of 3️⃣3️⃣1️⃣0️⃣

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23rd September 2020, 10:17

Panel Discussion – Making A Difference to The Young brings together three outstanding Rotarians from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia who have made significant contributions to improve the quality of life and future for young people in their respective communities. They shall share their experiences and insights as individuals, and as Rotarians, on what prompted them to embrace the Object of Rotary and the Ideal of Service.

The panelists are instrumental in initiating and seeing through landmark community service projects for vulnerable young children. While the form and format through which the community services vary, the aim is the same – to offer opportunities for the underprivileged and at-risk young to grow up in a safe, nurturing environment; gain literacy and vocational skills so as to lift them out of poverty. Having benefited, these children, as young adults, could then be able to 'payback' to the community in their own unique ways.

Based on Rotary’s Area of Focus - Education & Literacy, learn from 3 ordinary Rotarians who convert their passion to help take in kids no one want from basic education and eventually even to university.

1. DGE Budi Soehardi, District 3410 - Roslin Orphanage
2. PP Dato Chan Kum Fatt, District 3300 - BRDB-Rotary Children's Residence (BRCR)
3. Rtn Arun Sharma, District 3310 - RGS Gurumulam
Moderated by PP Tan May Yan, Rotary Eclub of 3310
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21st September 2020, 18:09

A presentation on Rotary’s Brand.

What is this Rotary brand about?

How do we tell the world that this brand represents People of Action.

Rotary unites people across the world to take action and create lasting change irrespective of language, creed, religious beliefs and colour.

On 21 September 2020 (Monday) at 8pm Singapore time over Zoom.
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A presentation on Rotary’s Brand.

What is this Rotary brand about?

How do we tell the world that this brand represents People of Action.

Rotary unites people across the world to take action and create lasting change irrespective of language, creed, religious beliefs and colour.

On 21 September 2020 (Monday) at 8pm Singapore time over Zoom.

19th September 2020, 10:25

Rotary E-Club of 3310

Panel Discussion for 24 September 2020 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

Theme: Making A Difference To The Young

Based on Rotary’s Area of Focus - Education & Literacy, learn from 3 ordinary Rotarians who convert their passion to help take in kids no one want from basic education and eventually even to university.

1. DGE Budi Soehardi, District 3410 - Roslin Orphanage

2. PP Dato Chan Kum Fatt, District 3300 - BRDB-Rotary Children's Residence (BRCR)

3. Rtn Arun Sharma, District 3310 - RGS Gurumulam

Moderated by PP Tan May Yan, Rotary Eclub of 3310 💕

Here is the link to register now. www.joinnow.my/events/26/register Thanks.

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleofAction
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities
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Rotary E-Club of 3310 

Panel Discussion for 24 September 2020 at 8pm Singapore Time 🇸🇬

Theme: Making A Difference To The Young

Based on Rotary’s Area of Focus - Education & Literacy, learn from 3 ordinary Rotarians who convert their passion to help take in kids no one want from basic education and eventually even to university. 

1. DGE Budi Soehardi, District 3410 - Roslin Orphanage

2. PP Dato Chan Kum Fatt, District 3300 - BRDB-Rotary Childrens Residence (BRCR)

3. Rtn Arun Sharma, District 3310 - RGS Gurumulam

Moderated by PP Tan May Yan, Rotary Eclub of 3310 💕

Here is the link to register now. https://www.joinnow.my/events/26/register Thanks.

#WeAreRotarians
#PeopleofAction
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

13th September 2020, 21:03

District 3310 Vocational Service Dialogue on Water

Date: 19th September 2020
Time: 10am to 12pm (2 hours)

Meeting ID: 895 8491 7666
Passcode: DVD3310
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District 3310 Vocational Service Dialogue on Water

Date: 19th September 2020
Time: 10am to 12pm (2 hours) 

Meeting ID: 895 8491 7666
Passcode: DVD3310

12th September 2020, 1:42

Rotary E-Club of 3310 - Monthly Meeting via Zoom on 10 September 2020

We have the pleasure to share this recording by Ms Aletta Rochat on 'How to Ace Your Interviews'. ❤️
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Profile of Guest Speaker:

Aletta Rochat is a professional speaker, trainer, author and a certified world class speaking coach. She is also the incumbent International Director, Region 11, Toastmasters International.

As a student, Aletta went to North Bay, Ontario in Canada, under Rotary Youth Exchange. As a professional, she joined Rotary Group Study Exchange team to Illinois, USA. Today, she is our Rotary Alumnus.

Ms Rochat serves as a Trustee of both the Allgro Trust and The Eden where she oversees the management of funds for both nonprofit organizations. She owns Voicing your Potential, a company she founded in 2010.

youtu.be/kcs2aFew2YURotary E-Club of 3310 Monthly Meeting - 10 September 2020 Ms Aletta Rochat is a professional speaker, trainer, author and a certified world class speaking co...
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11th September 2020, 14:38

Panel Discussion – Making A Difference to The Young brings together three outstanding Rotarians from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia who have made significant contributions to improve the quality of life and future for young people in their respective communities. They shall share their experiences and insights as individuals, and as Rotarians, on what prompted them to embrace the Object of Rotary and the Ideal of Service.

The panelists are instrumental in initiating and seeing through landmark community service projects for vulnerable young children. While the form and format through which the community services vary, the aim is the same – to offer opportunities for the underprivileged and at-risk young to grow up in a safe, nurturing environment; gain literacy and vocational skills so as to lift them out of poverty. Having benefited, these children, as young adults, could then be able to 'payback' to the community in their own unique ways.

Registration is now open. You shall receive an e-Certificate for attending the Panel Discussion, if required.
www.joinnow.my/events/26/register

#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryConnectsTheWorld
#RotaryOpensOpportunities
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Panel Discussion – Making A Difference to The Young brings together three outstanding Rotarians from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia who have made significant contributions to improve the quality of life and future for young people in their respective communities. They shall share their experiences and insights as individuals, and as Rotarians, on what prompted them to embrace the Object of Rotary and the Ideal of Service. 

The panelists are instrumental in initiating and seeing through landmark community service projects for vulnerable young children. While the form and format through which the community services vary, the aim is the same – to offer opportunities for the underprivileged and at-risk young to grow up in a safe, nurturing environment; gain literacy and vocational skills so as to lift them out of poverty. Having benefited, these children, as young adults, could then be able to payback to the community in their own unique ways.

Registration is now open. You shall receive an e-Certificate for attending the Panel Discussion, if required. 
 https://www.joinnow.my/events/26/register

#RotaryEclub3310 
#RotaryConnectsTheWorld 
#RotaryOpensOpportunities

11th September 2020, 7:09

October 10, 2020, District 3300 Action Group on Blindness Prevention will be hosting the SEEC 2020. We look forward to your support, presence and please share with your members, friends, sister clubs and especially clubs who are carrying out blindness prevention projects, to join us at the virtual conference - an annual project of D3310 and D3300.
Kindly please register: seec.rotary3300.org

#giftofsight
#PeopleOfAction
#serviceaboveself
#SEEC2020
#RotaryEclub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities
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October 10, 2020, District 3300 Action Group on Blindness Prevention will be hosting the SEEC 2020. We look forward to your support, presence and please share with your members, friends, sister clubs and especially clubs who are carrying out blindness prevention projects, to join us at the virtual conference - an annual project of D3310 and D3300. 
Kindly please register: seec.rotary3300.org

#GiftofSight 
#PeopleofAction
#ServiceAboveSelf
#SEEC2020
#RotaryEClub3310
#RotaryOpensOpportunities
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