EVANSTON, Ill. (June 29, 2022) – Jennifer Jones, member of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada, will be the first woman to take office as Rotary International President in the service organization’s 117-year existence on 1 July 2022.
During her one-year term, Jones will focus on building new relationships and establishing collaborations with organizations that share Rotary’s commitment to driving impact through humanitarian service and to developing leaders around the globe. She has also made Rotary’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion a key part of her presidential platform.
Book your team in our Annual Rotary Quiz Night Friday 27 May 2022
The Rotary Club of Wynberg is reloading its annual Quiz Night after two years of hibernation due to the pandemic. The Rotary Quiz Night is a fun evening for all with teams battling out for bragging rights and great prizes, this year will be no different. So come out and support a worthy cause that has been investing in the community for more than 73 years.
Rotary Quiz Night will be hosted at Timour Hall Villa on St Joans Road Constantia from 18:00 on Friday 27 May 2022. Teams can comprise of up to 8 people at R75per person (playing or not).
During the pandemic our Club continued to deliver much needed services and kept up club attendance through exciting virtual and hybrid meetings. Rotary Club of Wynberg was awarded the Rotary Citation Award for 2020 – 2021.
Rotary Club of Wynberg members supported the Uyinene Mrwetyana Foundation’s Post Office to Parliament campaign with a donation towards the printing of 1000 postcards that will be delivered to the Minister of Women, Children and People with disabilities at Parliment on Saturday 28 August 2021. The Club is to have 300 cards completed and delivered to parliament.
Rotary Wynberg partnered with the Rotaract Club of Wynberg to prepare meals for the homeless in Claremont Cape Town on 17 June 2021. A regular project of the Rotaract Club of Wynberg who feed between 50 and 100 people per night. Rotarians enjoyed fellowship catching up on stories missed while preparing hearty meals for Cape Towns most vulnerable citizens.
A meal should not be a luxury or a right it is a basic need that we all can solve together. So next time you drive past a lady, man or child who is homeless ask when last did you go without food for a day. Thank you all who volunteers daily to provide food for those that cannot feed themselves.
Rotaract Club of Wynberg is an organization run by volunteers from the ages of 18 who promote service above self. Rotaract Club of Wynberg are the founders and organizers of Uncle Paul’s Christmas Party.