Rotary's flagship program since 1985 has been the eradication of Polio throughout the world. This disease is now endemic in only 2 countries, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
To support our fundraising, the district has purchased a supply of purple crocus pins in boxes of 100 that clubs can resale at their publicity events.
Stock is limited and is available on a first come first served basis from Past District Governor Malcolm Baldwin. Each box costs £41.95 with delivery charged at approximately £5 cost per order. To save the delivery charge, clubs can collect their orders from Malcolm Baldwin in Blackburn, or at our next face to face District Council meeting.
Payment in advance by BACS or cheque made payable to RIBI District 1190 is required to secure your order.
Please email your order to Malcolm Baldwin.
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For over 30 years, Rotary’s own charity, Rotary Foundation, has spearheaded the global campaign to eradicate polio. In that time; the number of countries in which polio is endemic has fallen from 125 to 2; Afghanistan and Pakistan.more