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Braila Project – 5 September

September 10, 2020
Braila Project – 5 September

Help a child go to school is a Rotary Bucuresti project which began 9 years ago. The first edition, held in Tulcea in cooperation with the local Rotary club, provided IT equipment for 13 schools in the region of the Danube Delta.

The new President and the new RCB Committee 2020-2021

June 25, 2020
The new President and the new RCB Committee 2020-2021

This year our Rotary club had very good results, it had perhaps the most beautiful and well-crafted “story”. A new story that has happily added to the other stories over time – that of the first Rotary club in Romania and the Republic of Moldova.

Online seminar: Practical solutions to mitigate the effects of Covid-19 on companies

April 23, 2020
Online seminar: Practical solutions to mitigate the effects of Covid-19 on companies

Rotary Club Bucharest organizes together with EY Romania an online event of great interest, especially for entrepreneurs, but not only. We will present practical solutions for mitigating the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on Romanian companies.

Sponsorship of the “Piano Values” Contest, Mădălina Pașol

April 9, 2020
Sponsorship of the “Piano Values” Contest, Mădălina Pașol

Rotary Club Bucharest offers a sponsorship of 1,500 RON for the International Interpretation Contest “Pianistic Values” – 2nd Edition, 2020, a project initiated and coordinated by our colleague, the great pianist Mădălina Pașol.

Foray into the history of Rotary International and District 2241

February 23, 2020
Foray into the history of Rotary International and District 2241

On February 23, 1905, the world’s first Rotary club was born in Chicago, at the initiative of lawyer Paul Harris, a club where professionals from various fields could meet, exchange ideas, and form consistent and lasting friendships.

Commemorative Event Mihai Eminescu

January 17, 2020
Commemorative Event Mihai Eminescu

The members of the Rotary Club of Bucharest commemorated our great national poet, Mihai Eminescu, considered by Romanian readers and posthumous literary critics as the most important poetic voice in Romanian literature.