On October 29th, Rotarians on the West Coast of the United States are kicking off the Connecting for Good Tour in Honolulu, Hawaii. This is the largest goodwill tour on the West Coast of the US, and it will travel through 6 states and 14 cities.
In each city, Rotarians with other community service organizations will host a community service project to showcase the great work that Rotary does in the community.
The finale of the tour will be on November 11 in Santa Barbara at our Rotary Zone Institute in collaboration with 4 Boys and Girls Clubs.
To get more information about the event, check out the website at zone2526.org/tour. We hope you will follow us on the tour, and if the tour stops in your city, come out and see us! #connectingforgood #wearerotary
Connecting for Good and the Ribbon Project
Ensure your District keeps the community service project work going by continuing the fundraising through The Ribbon Project. It’s as easy as texting your District’s unique code and writing a personalized message on your Ribbon. The specially colored District Ribbons will travel through the tour showing the growing power of Rotary. Learn more, get your District KeyPhrase and keep the good work going!
The Biggest Rotary Road Trip on the West Coast!
Rotary’s Connecting for Good Tour is a goodwill road trip starting October 29, 2016 in Honolulu, Hawaii and ending November 11, 2016 in Santa Barbara, California! This tour will feature a team of Rotarians and Rotaractors touring from city to city in an RV – MEET THE TEAM!!
From Honolulu, the tour team will fly to Seattle and drive down in a Rotary RV. The road trip will stop in Seattle, Portland, Eugene, Sacramento, San Francisco, Oakland, Fresno, Bakersfield, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara!