We’re Rotarians – creating
easy-to-use standard web templates to help local Rotary Clubs
in the Philippines join and use the Internet – affordably.
Local Rotary Clubs need to
be able to show their Community-Help projects to the world –
attract more financial support – recruit new Members –
easily interface with local citizens and government officials
- even start new Local Clubs.
The Philippines ‘Rotary Electronic
Network’ is a new project
(June 2010) sponsored by Rotary Club SOUTH
Cagayan de Oro - Mindanao.
Next year will be our Club's 30th Anniversary.
We have Members who have been in
the Internet design and e-commerce business development in the
United States for a long time – since before encryption
enabled secure transactions –
almost since the ‘beginning of time’ on the web.
District Governor-Elect Manuel
Ravanera – past Club President Mateo Delegencia
– and Club President-Elect Richard Machinski
posed the question:
can we use the Web to affordably - electronically interconnect
- Mindanao’s separate Rotary Clubs and all of their Members
– and build communication bridges to the rest of the world?”
That question was answered in part by this new
web activity that allows people to quickly find and review
participating Rotary Clubs throughout the Philippines.
latest upated news about local Rotary Clubs.
Use Rotary BLOGS
to communicate and participate in
local Rotary activities in www.MindanaoRotary.com.
Participation is FREE.
Ongoing financial support for the ‘Rotary Electronic Network’
comes from regional and local businesses that support Rotary by
advertising here. A significant portion of all advertising revenues
(50%) are returned to local clubs for their community projects.
The Mindanao Rotary News Publication start-up was made possible
by a grant from two Rotary SOUTH CDO Members. Web site development
and future customer service is performed by area Filipinos. The
Project uses USA web servers and technology and complies with
all US Federal Trade Commission rules and regulations concerning
the use of the Internet