Funding was supported by a The Rotary Foundation Grant.
Delivering COVID-19 Relief from Rotary to Ashramam Gurunatha and Grace Home for Children in Sungai Petani
Rotarians Moorthy and Darmavathy brought much-needed relief for children in Ashramam Gurunatha and Grace Home for Children in Sungai Petani hard hit by Movement Control Order setbacks due to COVID-19
Funding was supported by a The Rotary Foundation Grant.
AG Arvind aprpeciated at District TRF Seminar for the Northern Region for his contribution to PolioPlus
Posted by PP Arvind:
The Best decision of my life - becoming a Rotarian and having the opportunity to participate in meaningful community service projects both in Malaysia and around the world.
This is one of the biggest projects the Rotary Club of Bandar Sungai Petani has participated in, being the international partner for a project carried out by the Rotary Club of Madras Down Town, Rotary International District 3230 India and funded by a Global Grant from The Rotary Foundation.
Through the project, we have donated the necessary equipment costing almost RM 150,000.00 to set up a diagnostic centre at ANANDAM, a free home for senior citizens at Ambattur, Chennai, India. The ANANDAM Home for Senior Citizens is a free home catering to the needs of underprivileged elders who have no one to care for them. It provides decent shelter and comfort, as well as physical, moral and medical support and care.
From a modest beginning with three residents, ANANDAM now provides for over 100 senior citizens who are given the best care possible. In addition to medical care, residents of ANANDAM are also given yoga, meditation and music classes by volunteer teachers and the healthy ones are even taken on outings once a month.
All residents are given chores and duties to keep them active and give them a sense of belonging. In addition, some of the senior citizens there who have had some education earlier on in their lives also help to provide tuition classes to over 150 poor children in the neighbourhood.
Many many thanks to President Rajagopal Ramesh and members of the Rotary Club of Madras Down Town for letting us be a part of this wonderful project and also to our DG Siti Subaidah and District TRF Chair, PDG Dr Rajindar Singh for allocating the necessary District Designated Funds for the project.
Rotary - Doing Good in the World!!!
Thanks to AIMST for their continued enthusiasm for the community and Mr Ong Jun Kok for sponsoring the medicines for patients. Hats off to you!
Also, thanks to The Rotary Foundation for funding this project.
President Dr Rajesh, PP Sarkuru and PP Arvind attended The Rotary Foundation seminar on 20th September 2015 in Taiping. Rotary Club of Bandar Sungai Petani is receiving funds from TRF for "Stay Healthy with Rotary" series of medical camps this year.
The Rotary Foundation sponsored an upgrade of facilities costing USD12,000 for Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Khas Sungai Petani.
I am pleased to present to you the 3 Pillars of Rotary Seminar to be hosted by the Rotary Club of Bandar Sungai Petani this 1st and 2nd February 2013 at Cinta Sayang Resort, Sungai Petani.
For the first time ever, we have the Zone 6B Rotary Foundation Coordinator PDG Muhammad Faiz Kidwai who will be attending the seminar to share his extensive knowledge with you. It will be a great honour to have him with us so please do not miss out and send in your registration forms ASAP.
Kicking things off on Friday, 1 February 2013 will District Public Relations Chairman, PP Dato' Ram Nair and his team comprising IPP Thangaraj and PE Datin Sandra. Also do not miss a special session onRotary Brand Revitalisation by PDG Dr Rajindar Singh.
Leading our The Rotary Foundation team will be our District's first and only Arch C. Klumph Society member, PDG Dato' Jimmy Lim Thaw Chay. Come listen to PDG Dr Rajindar speak on Grant Management under the new Future Vision Plan. This will be the first presentation by PDG Dr Rajindar upon his return from Chicago so you have a chance to be among the first to get the latest information on Grant Management and other updates.
Do not pass up the opportunity to witness the new tag team duo in action, PP Ken Ong and PP Dr Baskaran, who are Membership Development & Retention and Extension Chairs respectively. Also in attendance to speak to you is the man behind our recent successfully organised Selangor Institute, PDG Dr Arasu.
Last but not least, come meet PP Esther Tan who will be busy promoting the District TRF Night!!!
District Governor Mansoor Saat has consented to grace the occasion so come join us, listen to a fantastic group of speakers and Rotarians and enjoy the friendship and fellowship at Cinta Sayang Resort.
The members of the provisional Rotary Club of Langkawi are also attending the seminar, so this is your chance to meet the newest members of our Rotary family.
All for only RM60.00 person which includes a fellowship dinner on Friday, 1 February 2013, and 3 meals on Saturday, 2 February 2013.
For those outstation Rotarians, rooms at Cinta Sayang Resort are only RM169.00 nett on twin sharing basis.
As 1 February 2013 is a public holiday in the Federal Territories, Sungai Petani is the place to be forthose looking for a family holiday. Shopping malls and cinemas are just 5 minutes away and a water theme park, The Carnivall, is right next to Cinta Sayang Resort. For the more adventurous, Haatyai is nearby to the north and Penang to the South.
For those who love sports or the outdoors, Cinta Sayang Resort offers golf, squash, tennis, horse riding and even paintball.
So, come on everyone, kindly fill up the registration form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org now or contact me at email@example.com for more information.
See you all in Sungai Petani.
PE Arvind U Gopi Kumar
3 Pillars of Rotary Seminar
Rotary Club of Bandar Sungai Petani
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