UK Spectacle frames for Lions Operation Brightsight

Rotarian Alton Werrett delivers spectacle frames donated by UK supporters to Kirsty-Anne Mackenzie and Angie Tshabalala of Lions Operation BrightSight. The volunteer organisation Lions International’s Operation BrightSight has been providing corrective spectacles to the less privileged throughout Southern Africa since 1978. The Rotary Club of Knights Pendragon recently embarked on a co-operative project to collect second-hand spectacle frames for re-use by Operation BrightSight in this essen...
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CRESSET HOUSE SUSTAINABLE WATER PROJECT

Donate Now All donations are processed via Payfast in collaboration with Unity Values. For assistance with your donation email Rotary or call 063 725 1143 Email Rotary Cresset House in Midrand, Gauteng, is a registered NPO that provides residential and work facilities for some 60 adults with intellectual disabilities. Ranging in age from 18 to 72, the residents live as extended families in six large houses on the property with the support of House Leaders and Co-...
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5 REASONS WHY WE MUST ERADICATE POLIO

Donate Now All donations are securely processed via Payfast in collaboration with Unity Values. At the end of the 1980s, more than 350,000 children were paralyzed by polio every year. Today, Rotary and its partners have reduced the incidence of polio by 99.9 percent. However, until we see the last of the poliovirus, eradication efforts need additional funding to IMMUNIZE more than 400 million children against polio every year for polio eradication (at a cost of $150 million pe...
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Knights and Alberton Lions Donate Wheelchair

Minnie in her new wheelchair with Jiri Uchytil and fellow Alberton Lions Club member. Knights Pendragon recently combined their efforts with the Alberton Lions Club, to facilitate the provision of a much needed wheelchair to, Minnie Struwig, a resident of the Annie Burger Retirement Village in Crown Gardens, Johannesburg. This wheelchair will greatly improve Minnie’s mobility and access to facilities close to her residential unit. Few South Africans are aware of the more than 3 million el...
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