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Jay Tamang, the CEO of Mountain Culture Tours, grew up in a remote village in Nepal where access to education was a challenge. In 2009, he founded NEPAL FREED (Foundation for Rural Educational and Economic Development) so that he could help the children of his village and in the surrounding villages with educational opportunities. Since then, Jay has raised enough money and built two schools (a high school and elementary school. Join us on Wednesday to hear more about the work that he has done in his community and how he was able to use his experience to change the lives of children in Nepal. This is a weekly meeting for the Rotary Club of San Francisco Evening, open to all Rotarians, visiting Rotarians, prospective members, and guests. Food is provided; drinks are available for purchase! There is a $20 fee at the door for visiting Rotarians and returning guests; cash, check and credit card payment options available. First time guests are FREE!!
IMPORTANT! Two-Step Sign Up: Please make sure each volunteer in your group completes the two-step signup process below as soon as possible. 1. Forward this link to make sure each volunteer in your group fills out this form: https://www.tfaforms.com/430769?GroupID=a1x1Y000006FxIy&JobID=a1ti0000002OgZo&ShiftID=a1v1Y000001Ldxd 2. Sign the Waiver: Once signed up, each volunteer will receive a confirmation email with a link to sign a DocuSign waiver. Minors will be prompted to have their parent/guardian sign their DocuSign waiver as well. Shift Details: What: Community Garden Beautification, San Francisco When: 2/23/[masked]:00 AM for 3 hours Where: Quesada Gardens, 1747 Quesada Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124. *NOTE: meeting spot is the Quesada Gardens Sign – middle of Quesda Gardens – across from the home at 1747 Quesada.
Please join us for our monthly club assembly, share your ideas on upcoming events, and work with club committees. We have streamlined assembly meetings to allow for dedicated committee discussion without taking up too much of your valuable time. This is a weekly meeting for The Rotary Club of San Francisco Evening, open to all Rotarians, visiting Rotarians, prospective members and guests. Food is provided; drinks are available for purchase! There is a $20 fee at the door for visiting Rotarians and returning guests; cash, check and credit card payment options available. First time guests are FREE!
One Hard Thing is one of SF Evening's signature projects. We helped create this project with Next Village, a non-profit that provides various services and activities for elderly people in San Francisco, and it is even being copied at some of their other sites now. This project gives our club an amazing opportunity to get to know and assist our local seniors by doing "one hard thing". Tasks such as changing lightbulbs, flipping mattresses, or dusting (easy for us to do, difficult for seniors) may be on your roster of tasks for the day. Please RSVP so that we have an accurate headcount! Day of details: Please wear comfortable clothing and close-toes shoes. We will convene at 11am at Beacon Coffee and Pantry North Beach to receive our list of addresses. We will then break into groups of 2-3 and go help our seniors! All homes are located in the North Beach area. Volunteering ends at 1:30 and we will reconvene eat, drink, and share stories.