Project fairs are regional events hosted by Rotary districts to encourage international friendship and collaboration. Fairs give Rotary clubs a chance to showcase their service efforts to potential global partners, and they give international visitors the chance to find a project that meets their club's goals.
Fairs typically run two to three days and may include site visits to service projects as well as opportunities to experience the local culture. These activities help visitors learn about the community and build long-lasting relationships with their international hosts.
Why host a project fair?
Hosting a project fair is a great way to meet Rotary members from around the world, promote your club and district service efforts, and find an international partner. Sharing your clubs' priorities and your community's needs with potential partners increases the likelihood that your service projects will find support.
Who can attend
Any club representative or Rotary member interested in supporting an international service project can attend a fair. Project fairs give visitors the chance to develop a relationship with Rotary members in another country and see firsthand how a community would benefit from an international collaboration.
Upcoming project fairs
Find information about upcoming fairs, including dates, location, program, and registration.
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