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/ 

World Polio Day Happenings for District 6400:


Take Out Fish Fry for Polio October 1st 5-7pm   Essex Rotary Club



The Huron Township Rotary Club will be holding their 4th Annual Beer and Wine Festival on Oct 9th of this year.  They will be collecting funds for Polio with a special 50/50 drawing, pretzel necklaces for polio, and also designating funds raised from individual raffle items that evening which will all be collected and donated to the polio fund.

Rotary Clubs of Taylor and Southgate will hold a   Polio Awareness Event at the Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens 22314 Northline Road, Taylor MI 48180     Saturday October 16th 11:00am – 4:00pm.  Rotary Clubs of Taylor and Southgate will man the entrance gates and sell hard and soft drinks at the Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens’ Scarecrow Stroll + Vintage Market. Rotarians from both clubs will be at the Polio Awareness booth, located next to each of two entrances, to collect donations for a purple pinkie and explain details of our Polio displays.



Windsor St. Clair Rotary Club will do a “Polar Plunge” for Polio on Thursday Oct 21st. Paul Charbonneau will plunge into the lake at his cottage up north on Facebook live during our meeting.  Pledges will be collected for Polio

Pizza for Polio   Harrow Rotary Club   October 23rd

Dine to Donate presented by the Adrian Morning Rotary Club   October 24th, 2021 http://rotary6400.org/?p=10606 Click for information

Pizza for Polio   LaSalle Rotary Club  October 26th  http://rotary6400.org/?p=10538 Click for more information