Project Volunteers

Project Volunteers
   Coordinates teams of volunteers to work on humanitarian aid projects overseas, especially in health, education and water supply.    Formerly known as FAIM.
 

HISTORY OF PROJECT VOLUNTEERS (FAIM)

Project Volunteers is the name now given to the well-established FAIM Program. FAIM, as it was previously known, relates to the Fourth Object of Rotary.

The first team of 47 Rotarians and families, well endowed in vocational skills, went to Indonesia in 1964 on a goodwill mission.

The concept of volunteers going to a developing country to provide facilities and skills training became so successful that in 1971 FAIM became a national organisation.
 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Volunteers are needed on a continuous basis. 

Many projects encourage volunteers to welcome their partners and friends of Rotary in sharing in this rewarding experience.

FOR MORE INFORMATION - CONTACT

Les Burgemeister   (Coordinator)    Rotary Club of Loxton 
Ph:  08 8584 7689   Email: ruralmec@adam.com.au