District Call to Action

 
Interplast Australia & New Zealand is actively supported by Rotarians in Clubs and Districts throughout Australia and New Zealand.  Many clubs support Interplast because of the massive transformation of lives this surgery offers children.  Read on to find out how...
26 July 2018
 
Dear President,
 
Re: INTERPLAST AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
 
Interplast has been part of Rotary in Australia and New Zealand since its inception in 1983. Since then the work of Interplast’s professional volunteers from across New Zealand and Australia has resulted in over 25,000 life changing plastic and reconstructive surgeries and the training of countless medical staff across 17 developing countries across the Asia-Pacific region. Rotary is vital to this achievement in both governance and support.
 
Congenital conditions such as cleft lip and palate, burns contractures and trauma injuries are all treated by our volunteer teams. Interplast’s ‘twin track’ approach of delivering surgical services and providing training/mentoring programs changes futures for our neighbours in these countries.
 
We respectfully ask that you give consideration to support Interplast, one of Rotary’s most productive partnerships.
 
Interplast is a wonderful health and training program and one most worthy of your Club’s support.
 
Please contact me to be a guest speaker or for a short presentation to help your Club learn more about one of Rotary’s best partnerships.
 
Interplast has a signed MOU with RNZWCS Ltd. for the issuing of NZ tax deductible receipts.
 
Donations can be sent to:
  • RNZWCS Limited (Rotary New Zealand)
              PO Box 20309
              Christchurch 8543
 
  • Or by internet banking:
              Westpac
              RNZWCS Limited
              Acct: 03 1702 0192208 01
              Reference   404
 
 
 
Together in Rotary Service,
Interplast District 9920 Chair
 
Shefali Mehta QSM BEM JP.
Assistant Governor 2016-18
President Rotary Club Auckland Harbourside 2012-13
 
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