While there are more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in the world, only a few are caused-based. The Rotary Club of World Disability Advocacy is one of them.
Traditionally, Rotary clubs are centered on a geographic area such as a city, town, or region. Our Rotary club is centered on human rights for people with disabilities around the world.
Our club does have a community: advocates of the world. And it does have a region: the world.
To read more - and share - our August 31 newsletter, click here.
We are looking for people who have skills in the development of web apps. We are also seeking a volunteer set up an online calendar, on a platform such as Google Calendar, where people and groups may post events related to our club, our group, and their missions.
Kindly introduce yourself to me, including but not limited to your county of residence, your role in the society, whether you are a person with a disability, parent of a child with disability, a diversity- and disability-rights advocate, etc. 
For more information on the Rotary Club of World Disability Advocacy, contact me, Club President Ken Masson via either WhatsApp or kennethmasson@gmail.com.