Tauranga Rotary Charitable Trust invites you to join with them as they raise funds for Eye Health Equipment aboard the Marine Reach ship,
Supporting Marine Reach as they take small ships based in Tauranga with Volunteer Dentists, Eye Health Professionals, General Medical persons and community support & education people to the small islands of the Pacific. You are invited to join us in this as we provide the funds for the Ophthalmology equipment aboard their new ship MV Pacific Hope.
Marine Reach, founded in Tauranga 23 years ago has in that time operated a number of ships and completed thousands of health and community procedures and projects.
Visit > www.marinereach.com < to see the great work that was achieved on the first voyage of Pacific Hope to the Islands of the Pacific.
Come Aboard with us as we together improve the Health and well being of our Pacific Neighbours
More about us
Tauranga Rotary Charitable Trust is a part of The Rotary Club of Tauranga a member of Rotary International.
Rotary International, founded in the USA in 1905 is today in over 200 countries and geographical areas with 1.2 million members world wide.
Rotary International and all Rotarians around the World are celebrating the near success of its high profile project, along with other organisations, the eradication of Polio from the world. In the past year there have been less than 100 new cases world wide. To learn more about this project contact Tauranga Rotary Club.
Locally Tauranga Rotary has over its 60 years supported a wide range of organisations and causes especially in community service and youth.
It has supported Marine Reach over the past 15 years with the funding for equipment such as an inflatable boat to provide access to the small islands of the Pacific, all the equipment to furnish the Dental Clinic aboard its new Ship “MV Pacific Hope”. A number of Rotarians have also worked as volunteers on the ships doing various tasks.
Marine Reach is an International Organisation that takes small ships to remote parts of the World. With its Pacific base here in Tauranga it takes volunteer dental, eye health and general medical & community service personnel to the small islands of the Pacific.
It is a part of the world wide organisation “Youth with a Mission” and provides training and service opportunities for young people here in New Zealand and world wide.