Make-Up

If you want to make up for missing a meeting at your own club, you can do this through our eClub. You don’t have to be a member of an eClub to use Make-Up.  This is a useful way for you to claim attendance while supporting a Rotary initiative – online.

Since the Rotary eClub of Southern Scotland is an internet based club… we can’t draw on a local community for support of our service projects. This means, we use the Make-Up option on our website as one way to fundraise to support the Rotary Foundation, as well as local, national and international projects.

So, in the spirit of Rotarian service, we ask that you please consider making a donation (using the Donate button below) that would be similar to the value of your weekly Rotary meeting.

There are only a couple of things to need to do:

First – spend around 30 minutes visiting our website, you can visit our In The Zone (you will find this in the visitors section), or read more about Rotary through-out our web site or read the Make-Up articles (link above this page) and much more.

Then – come back to this page and send us your donation using the Donate button below to make your payment via our PayPal account. You don’t need to have a PayPal account as we can accept all major credit or debit cards. You can use your Paypal receipt as proof of your eMake-Up to your home club. Please include your own club name in the payment reference.

Thank you for using our website to make-up the meeting you missed at your own club. Please feel free to use our site for “make-ups” whenever you miss a meeting in the future.



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