Hurricane Ian, #RotaryStrong

You can help our friends and fellow Rotarians in Florida!
Picture of DG Aimee Walsh

DG Aimee Walsh

Aimee Walsh, 5110 District Governor 2022-23
The Rotary clock standing on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River in downtown Fort Myers on September 29, 2022. Photo by Skip Cam

There’s a clock tower still standing in Fort Myers, Florida where the flood waters have receeded. Just like the gold letters and the Rotary logo still visible, Rotary is a beacon in the dark.

This clock tower is a perfect metaphor for Rotary’s strength in the face of disaster. We stand strong. And we show up for each other.

If you would like to support our fellow Rotarians please visit District 6960’s Facebook page for their District Response Committee’s updates on fundraising and clean-up efforts.

If you’d like to make a contribution to our friends in Fort Myers, Naples, and Port Charlotte, you can use the QR code below to directly support the Hurricane Ian Disaster Relief Fund.

We are #PeopleOfAction!

May be an image of outdoors and text that says 'Rotary DONATE NOW FT. MYERS HURRICANE IAN DISASTER RELIEF FUND NAPLES PORT CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 6960 안版口 Û For district support, contact KELSEY MITCHELL (239) 776-1699 kelsey.mitchell@KW.com'

Feature image description: The Rotary clock standing on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River in downtown Fort Myers. It Is black with gilded trim and a large white clock face. Downed palm trees are scattered all around it.

Fundraising poster includes a QR code for direct contributions. Background image is a neighborhood full of homes that are entirely destroyed. Flood debris is everywhere with just a few trees are still standing.

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