Skybok enjoyed creating this fresh new blog for The Rotary Club of Algoa Bay. Good causes always need good websites. Join them on Facebook here. The Rotary Family Health Days 2015 will be held in the heart of Zwide Township at Ubuntu. It was incredible to hear Bill Clinton travelled there last year. It’s the home of the Ubuntu Education Fund. The RFHD are 3 days of free health care for the community. Skybok shot and produced the Algoa Bay Rotary Club’s video profile recently, as well as their soup kitchen for Madiba Day at Provincial Hospital.
Skybok recently produced a video profile for The Rotary Club of Algoa Bay here in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa. This is part of our global “Connect Rotary” Initiative.
The Rotary Club of Algoa Bay meets every Tuesday at the Tata Madiba Conference and Function Room at the Ray Mhlaba Skills Training Centre and Conferencing Venue in Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa. See their website here and their Facebook page here.
Rotary is an International Humanitarian Organisation. For more than 100 years, Rotarians have joined together from all continents, cultures and occupations to take action in their communities and worldwide. Clubs are non-political, non-religious and open to all cultures, races and creeds.
We bring together leaders to exchange ideas and take action to help empower youth, enhance health, promote peace and eradicate polio.
You can support our work by contributing to The Rotary Foundation atwww.rotary.org/contribute.
Skybok recently profiled a soup kitchen project which Rotary spearheaded along with the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University‘s Law Faculty Ubuntu Community Outreach Programme. This year for Madiba Day, The Rotary Club of Algoa Bay gave back for 67 minutes – 1 minute for every year Nelson Mandela worked to make the world a better place – at The Provincial Hospital. The hospital is in Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa. In honour of his birthday, the call was out for people everywhere to give 67 minutes of their time to help their community in some way. Everyone has the power to change the world. The United Nations declared 18 July as “Nelson Mandela International Day” in 2009.