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International services

RCBians join the Club’s Avenue of International Service and experience an exciting and exceptional year. Here members strive to create and enhance International understanding, goodwill and peace by connecting with Rotarians and other service minded people across the world. The avenue takes up several initiatives during a Rotary year.

It organizes and executes Rotary Global Grant projects – Rotary International’s unique system  which empowers the club to undertake mega  projects that touch the lives of large numbers of underprivileged people. Through the Global Grant system RCB  multiplies its funds many fold  through contributions  from overseas clubs  and matching by Rotary international.
It conducts innovative  events and fund raising drives for the  benefit of RCB and Rotary Foundation – ‘ The Night of the Consuls’ an evening when ambassadors and consuls of countries meet at RCB to debate international humanity issues , Kala for Vidya’( Art for Education)the popular  art exhibition and sale and ‘Dinner for a Cause’  the celebrity fund raiser dinner are  some of the events that Bangaloreans look forward to each year,.

  • Sister Club Relationship – The committee reaches out to clubs in various countries  and establishes sister club relationships with them, essentially formalizing a  special relationship and bond to work closely together to further International understanding and peace through meaningful projects.
  • Friendship Exchange – A Friendship visit is one of the most exciting annual features of the  club handled by this committee. On invitation from overseas clubs a group of RCBians goes visiting them atleast once every year.  Visits have been made to countries like the USA, New Zealand, Australia,Malaysia and Sri Lanka to name a few.The home hospitality extended by the members of  host clubs is truly memorable and evidence that nations can work together for the good of all.
  • Disaster Relief – When calamities like the Tsunami and Nepal earthquake strike RCBians  are first to mobilize  and move manpower, money and materials for immediate assistance to the disaster areas.
  • Rotary Foundation – The International Service Committee recognizes outstanding members and donors of the club with the Paul Harris Fellow, Major Donor and Arch Klumph Society Awards. Because of its efforts Rotary Club of Bangalore is a proud 100% Paul Harris Fellow club.

RCB Signed a Sister Club Agreement with Rotary Club of Port City Sri Lanka

Rtn. Veena Sraswati visited Marco Island, Florida USA. Noontime Rotary and presented them a RCB flag

GALA EVENING – a Memorable & Spectacular Diplomats Night

The Rotary Club of Bangalore in collaboration with the Honorary Consular Corps Diplomatique-India (HCCD-India) organized a Gala Evening with over 25 Diplomats at the Royal Orchid Hotel, onth Old Airport Road on 29 of January 2023.The event, focused on raising funds for the procurement of Dialysis Machines, saw attendance of over 350 of the who’s
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International Service Plans – 2022-23 – Rtn. Sukhen Padmanabha

The Heritage Walk The Peace Wall International Meeting Day World on a Plate- Gourmet Event International Nite International Trade Fare International Theater Festival Youth Exchange Rotarian Exchange Rotary Action Group for Endangered Species Kala for Vidya FineArts Performing Arts Kala for Vidya (International) Sister Clubs RI Twinning Clubs TRF-The Rotary Foundation +             100% PHF Club
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Mid-Year Review – International Service: Director, Rtn. Sukhen Padmanabha

Upcoming Projects:

An evening with HONORARY CONSULS

“The Rotary Club of Bangalore hosted on 12th December 2022 an Evening with Honorary Consuls of Peru, Poland, Vietnam and Seychelles. The evening saw attendance of over 75 Rotarians. In a content-rich discussion which lasted over 45 minutes, Honorary Consul of Poland Mr. Raghu Rajappa described the Waste Water treatment and Biagas initiatives that he
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RCB launches action group for ENDANGERED SPECIES

Its very well said that Once gone, they’re gone forever, and there’s no going back! Keeping this in mind, the Rotary Club of Bangalore has come forward to highlight the great importance of some endangered species to the world’s eco system. On October 27th the International Services Committee of RCB launched Rotary Action Group for
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RCB Celebrates UN International Peace Day

RCB’s International Service Committee celebrated the UN’s International Peace Day on September 21st with a glittering function attended by a full house. The event showcased eminent speakers, artists and musicians and, in a first for our Club, Zoom invitees from the Rotary Clubs of Petalingjaya, Greentown, Yangon, Yangon Central, Colombo East, Haute Rive (Mauritius), Delhi-South
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Kala for Vidya 7th and 8th March

The flagship Art exhibition will be held on 7th and 8th March 2020.

Mamma Mia 19th August 2019

On August 19 the International Services Committee, in continuation of the Mamma Mia project,  distributed 85  kits to  pregnant mothers at the  BBMP Urban Primary Health Centre ,  Shantinagar.Each kit comprises  1 baby blanket, 6 diapers, 6 vests, 2 plastic sheets, 1 baby bath towel, 1 nightie for the mother, 1 blanket for the mother,
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Toccata plays for Rotary

Toccata Plays for Rotary. Toccata Musical Kreations, a musical group from the UK, performed for an enthralled audience of children, Rotarians and friends, at the Chowdiah Memorial hall on 16th August. Organised by the Rotary Club of Bangalore, this is a fund-raiser for the Rotary Bangalore Vidyalaya, a school for underprivileged children .During the evening
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Bridging the Gap

The program  BRIDGING THE GAP was conducted on Thursday 25th July at the Rotary Club of Bangalore – an initiative of the International Services Committee of Rotary Club of Bangalore. The purpose of this program was to start the year with suggestions from the senior Rotarians on how Rotary activities can be improved and how
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Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia! A project started by PP Rtn Zarir Bhata has taken momentum this Rotary year and this will be conducted by the International Service Committee under the Directorship of Rtn. Nalini Nanjundayya.  The Inner Wheel Clubs of the Dist 319 have also  expressed  an interest in partnering for this cause. Project Mamma Mia provides
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Counsels Night- Counsel Generals of Israel and France (2 Photos)