October 24th is World Polio Day!  District 6400 Rotarians  will help to create awareness and raise funds to help End Polio Now!


24 October is World Polio Day!

As World Polio Day approaches, the Rotary community is getting ready to amplify our message about eradicating polio to protect the world’s children from this devastating disease.

Together, we’ve made tremendous progress. Now it’s time to intensify our fight to make polio the second human disease ever to be eradicated. Last year, the World Health Organization’s African region was certified free of wild poliovirus, showing that eradication is possible even in very difficult circumstances. The wild poliovirus remains endemic in just two countries: Afghanistan and Pakistan. We can use World Polio Day to advocate for the support we need to end polio in countries where it still paralyzes children.

Inspire action
Take action for World Polio Day by promoting the importance of polio eradication, raising funds, and planning events. Let’s engage our communities in the fight against polio — because as long as polio exists anywhere, it remains a threat everywhere.

Be sure to register your event at  https://www.endpolio.org/ 

Join in this great webinar:










World Polio Day Happenings for District 6400:     Check these out…










Kingsville Southshore Rotary Club:   Will be holding our 3rd Annual Pedal for Polio Family Event at Point Pelee National Park on October 22nd … we will be riding our bikes from our picnic shelter to the point and back then enjoying a potluck barbeque afterwards … all monies collected go to End Polio Now.



























The Rotary Club of Windsor-St. Clair presents the Purple Polio Plunge which takes Place on Saturday October 28th, 2023 at the Lakewood Park North Beach in Tecumseh. We will be Plunging into Lake St. Clair at exactly 10:00!