Rotary Club of Queen’s Necklace, Mumbai (RCQNM) embodies the twin ethos of Rotary International – Networking and Service. What started 37 years ago as a small gathering of like-minded Rotarians, has metamorphosed today into a Club of more than 180 members. A Club where members bond to create Magic and Miracles, a Club that has a “Never say No” attitude, a Club that believes truly in Service Above Self.
RCQNM consistently brings on board the best speakers from diverse walks of life at its Monday meetings. All other events are curated specially to give members the best value experiences. However, the most defining part of the Club’s culture is that of giving back to Society. A very robust Miracles Team (as the team of project volunteers is called) within the Club is focused solely on identifying and executing impactful projects. Over the years the scale of operation of the Miracles Team has grown and the Club now enables projects every year of approximately Rs. 25 Crores.
The consistent efforts of each President and their merry Board of Directors and committee members have resulted in creating the most Happy and Happening club in district 3141.
Membership is by invitation and approval is subject to membership committee decision. We meet 2 times a month on Monday’s at 6:30 pm at the Bellisimo Banquets, Chowpatty Mumbai
Rotary is service-driven. Belonging to a Rotary club gives men and women an organized outlet for contributing to their community. Founded in 1905, Rotary is the world’s first service organization.
Rotary clubs are autonomous and determine their own service projects based on local needs and the interests and abilities of members.
Rotary members improve the quality of life through routine child immunization projects, medical and dental clinics, and the construction of safe water and sanitation systems.
Rotary Foundation humanitarian grants support projects that provide health care and supplies, clean water, food, job training, and education — particularly in the developing world.
The Mission statement of the Club is captured in one small question – “How Can I Help”? This applies not just to outsiders but also to Club members who bond with each other and network for business.
The long term vision of the Club is to touch the lives of as many people as possible through consistent efforts in the fields of education, medical help, vocational training and women empowerment.
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