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Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Kay's Garden at Topeka Zoo
635 SW Gage Blvd
Topeka, KS 66606
United States of America
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As one of the world’s largest humanitarian organizations, Rotary has made peace the cornerstone of our global mission. We are deeply concerned about the Ukraine crisis and need your help now.

In war, time is of the essence. Like any emergency it is important to prioritize what is needed. To address immediate needs Rotary International, a 501c3, has a Disaster Response Fund that until 30 April 2022 all donations will be directed to Ukraine and all funds will be issued for Ukraine grants before June 30th.

Donate for Ukraine with confidence as:

• Rotary is not a religious nor political organization. Rather it is 1.2 million caring professionals in 35,000 Rotary clubs in more than 220 countries.

• Rotary donations are not impacted by admin fees, every $ goes toward the effort.

• Rotary has a global reputation for good stewardship of donations and prioritizing needs.

• Rotary donations are USA tax deductible.
• Rotary is the only NGO with a seat at the UN.
Consider donating to Rotary International Ukraine Disaster Response Fund

Learn more about Rotary's disaster response grants at these links on Rotary International's website. The grants are used to supply water, food, medicine, shelter, and clothing.

The Rotary Foundation creates channel for direct humanitarian support in Ukraine region | Rotary International: grants

The Topeka Rotary Foundation announces its 2022 Grant process. Any interested organizations MUST attend a pre-application process March 22, 2022 at 4pm at the Topeka Shawnee County Public Library, Room Marvin 101BC to learn more about the process and the goals of the Topeka Rotary Foundation. Applications will be accepted April 1 - April 22, 2022, for projects beginning July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023. Complete application packet and more information available HERE.
The Rotary Club of Topeka is meeting at Kay's Garden Event Center at the Topeka Zoo and by Zoom this Thursday Noon, March 3, 2022. The program will start at about 12:15 and be Bill Riphahn, former Park Planner and current Shawnee County Commissioner. Bill will speak on the history of Gage Park and the Topeka Zoo.
Check your email for the Zoom link.
Did you miss a meeting?  Wished you had heard that speaker?  Just too hot to come to a meeting!!?  Thanks to Dave Heinemann, you can watch most of our meetings on the club's YouTube Channel.  Never heard of it? CLICK HERE to find out all about it.  Or click on "Club YouTube" on the menu bar at the top of the club website.  If you watch a meeting you missed, send an email to and you will receive an attendance credit as if you had been there in person.  Watch any club video for any missed meeting.
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