Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day serves to promote greater awareness and support for the estimated 1 in 4 individuals and families whose lives are irrevocably altered by the death of their children during pregnancy, at birth, and in infancy.
When Pili Opal left Udon Thani, a farming region in north-eastern Thailand, to go to University in Bangkok, she bravely left her family to improve her life and theirs through her education.
Fundraising for causes such as polio eradication, brain cancer and human trafficking takes many traditional forms. Testing human endurance in extreme physical and mental challenges was a non-traditional method taken on by one exceptional Rotarian on multiple occasions.
In today’s society there is a known loss of hope and optimism in our young people which results in anxiety, depression and the increasing incidence of youth suicide. An organization exists to build awareness and opportunities for young people to engage in and benefit from the experience of giving to others.