Rotaract Club of Bellevue College

Rotaract of Bellevue CollegeThe Rotaract Club of Bellevue College enjoys a very good and strong reputation on the college campus. The Rotaractors have traveled to Nepal with TRIFC (The Rose International Fund for Children) to visit sister Rotaract Clubs and to work with the differently-abled kids. We have also hosted on campus “Fill the Ambulance,” where our club donated gently used items, new medical supplies, and an ambulance to Nicaragua, and the annual “The Ability Experience.”

This year we have been focusing on three things: Polio eradication, our service trip to Peru in March, and Malaria. In addition to raising awareness and money for these issues, we volunteer in the community on a weekly basis.

Once each month we also attend Rotary First Harvest, where we help Rotarians in our district package fresh produce for hungry families all across Washington State.

We believe that we Rotaractors have the power to change the world!

In May we are excited to have TRIFC back on Bellevue College during our annual “The Ability Experience” to spread the word about their work in Nepal.

During the summer quarter, we will raise $500 to purchase six backpacks for the blind in Nepal.

Once each month we also attend Rotary First Harvest, where we help Rotarians in our district package fresh produce for hungry families all across Washington State.

In May we are excited to have TRIFC back on Bellevue College during our annual “The Ability Experience” to spread the word about their work in Nepal.

During the summer quarter, we will raise $500 to purchase six backpacks for the blind in Nepal.

Cultivating Compassion—Bellevue College Students in Nepal

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