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District 3870 Governor appoints Maggie Gudella Zapanta-Tse to chair Rotary Community Corps

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – District Governor Elect Gilda “Gigi” Go has appointed Rotarian Maggie Gudella Zapanta-Tse to chair Rotary Community Corps for Rotary Year 2023-2024.

“Meet PAG MAGGIE GUDELLA ZAPANTA-TSE, District 3870’s incoming ROTARY COMMUNITY CORPS CHAIR for 2023-2024.
A Rotary Community Corps (RCC) is a group of non-Rotarians who share our commitment to changing the world through service projects,” DGE Go said.

Go added that RCC members plan and carry out projects in their communities and support local Rotary club projects. Sponsored by a Rotary club, an RCC leverages Rotary’s network, brand, and mentorship by partnering with clubs to plan and implement service projects. RCCs increase Rotary’s impact and expand its reach by bringing the knowledge and talents of local people to strengthen their community through sustainable projects.

There are more than 11,000 corps in 105 countries and 257 districts. RCCs are active everywhere Rotary is present: in urban and rural areas, and in both developed and developing countries.

“PAG Maggie, THANK YOU for your willingness to serve with me in the District,” she thanked Rtn Maggie.

PAG Maggie is a member of the Rotary Club of Gingoog Bay.

Rotary Community Corps (RCC) is a group of non-Rotarian volunteers who work in collaboration with Rotary clubs to implement community development projects. The RCC’s primary role is to provide community members with opportunities to participate in and lead their own development initiatives, which align with Rotary’s areas of focus.

The RCC plays a vital role in creating sustainable change within communities. By working alongside Rotary clubs, the RCC members leverage their knowledge of local needs and resources, which helps to ensure that the projects initiated are effective and sustainable. The RCC members also bring a unique perspective to the table, which allows for more inclusive and diverse project ideas.

The RCC members act as advocates for the projects, which helps to ensure that the local community is engaged and invested in the development initiatives. The RCC members also help to promote the projects and ensure that they are aligned with the community’s long-term development goals.

Overall, the RCC plays a crucial role in Rotary’s mission to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, sanitation, and hygiene, support education, and grow local economies. By empowering communities to take charge of their own development, the RCC helps to create sustainable change that lasts well beyond the lifetime of any single project. ###

Rotary District 3870 Governor Gilda “Gigi” Go, District 3870

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