Your district could earn an appearance on the Rotary International Convention stage in Seoul. The five districts that contribute the most district designated funds (DDFs) to support the Miles to End Polio fundraising goal will have a representative from their district recognized in front of thousands of fellow Rotary members.
In addition to the top five districts earning recognition at the 2016 convention, President-elect John Germ will visit the district that donates the most DDFs to Miles to End Polio, the Rotary fundraiser linked to the annual El Tour de Tucson bicycle race in Arizona, USA.
Rotary General Secretary John Hewko and a team of Rotary staff members will cycle in the race on 21 November to raise funds for PolioPlus. Find out more about the team and how you can get involved in the fundraiser.
The deadline for qualifying contributions is 30 November.
Download the Miles to End Polio DDF contribution form