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The Rotary D9700 Centurion Club
 
Centurion Stories
The Centurion Club was the brainchild of PDG Peter Walsh, who saw the need to establish a programme similar to "Every Rotarian Every Year".
Our District has continued it on since his untimely death, and it is growing in numbers quite rapidly.
Centurions pledge A$100 each year to the Rotary Foundation. They can direct it to PolioPlus if they wish.
 
 

 
 
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You may contribute by Cheque, Credit Card or Secure PayPal
 
 
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Your official receipt will be forwarded from The Australian Rotary Foundation Trust.
 
 
Centurion Club

 

 
Chair
PDG Ian Tooke, Blayney,
02 6368 2574
tookeian@yahoo.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
District 9700 Centurions make a personal contribution to the Rotary Foundation. It is a way for Rotarians and Friends of Rotary to make a small regular personal contribution to the Rotary Foundation. These donations are Tax Deductable. 
 
How to become a Centurion
You can become a Centurion along with fellow Rotarians and others by making a tax deductable contribution of AUD$ 100 or more per annum while ever you are in a position to do so. Your contribution (payable to The Australian Rotary Foundation Trust) supports the work of the Rotary Foundation. Fifty percent of the donated money comes back to the District after 3 years and is used in developing our Foundation projects. Rotarians and their partners and friends become a Centurion by donating AUD$100 each year to The Australian Rotary Foundation Trust.  Donations also count towards Paul Harris Fellow recognition.

 

 

 

 

This short Video illustrates the power of your donation.

 

 

"When Rotary Came,The Children Stopped Dying!"....a powerful statement.