Friday 1 November 2019, a day of red polio shirts throughout the Auckland train system, will be remembered for its impact.  Rotarians, Rotaractors and celebrities such as Miss New Zealand, MPs Simon Bridges and David Seymour and others riding to Tag Polio Off. Here are some pictures along with an explanation below and a way for you to still donate.
A group of Rotarians from both District 9920 and 9910, with celebrities, rode the entire Auckland AT train network to publicise Polio Eradication and Rotary’s role in this global initiative.  In addition, most train stations had a Rotary Polio presence as well. At the stations, clubs were getting onto the train to present their club contribution to the Polio campaign, knowing also that every dollar donated was to be matched by another $2 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Even the Pacific was involved such as Rarotonga Rotary pictured here.
A special site where you can still make a donation is HERE - you will get a receipt for tax purposes.
Thank you for your on-going support of Polio Eradication.