Thursday 22th March 2012 - Recommended arrival date for Rose Charities specific meeting. Evening: Private arrangements (dinner for any who wish to dine together in local 'hawker cafe' )
Friday 23th March 2012 - Rose Charities Annual planning meeting and AGM. Theme "How to move forward, yet still remain community based" Special session on " Generating the best The Fund-Seeker and Fund-Donor relationship"
Recommended date for arrival for General Conference.
Rose Charities informal dinner in Old Town restaurant
Saturday 24th / Sunday 25th March 2012. Conference and open meeting(s). Hosted by Rose Charities Malaysia . Saturday. Formal conference dinner (to be arranged).
Note: For this and any Rose Charities Meetings, NO donor funds are used, unless specifically directed for that purpose. All directors pay their own way, and there are no 'perks' or 'paid luxury trimmings' .
Date Friday, 18th November 2011 Location: Creekside Community Centre, Olympic Village, False Creek, Vancouver Time: 7pm to 9.30pm (if you are prepared to come early 6.30 to help set-up, it would be Parking: There is 2 hour meter street parking or pay underground parking
A repeat of the very successful, informal forum last year. Short (5 - 10min) presentations from all field projects. Free entry. 'Pot-luck' food optional (for a $10 voluntary donation - proceeds to one of the projects). All with interest in international project work are welcome.This year Rachel Greene of Rose Charities USA is coming specifically for the get-together and will give a short (10minute) presentation on Social Networking - a particular strength of Rose USA.
Through innovative, self-sustaining projects and partnerships, Rose Charities supports communities to improve quality of life. We do this within a framework of volunteerism that places emphasis on results. By linking people and working together we all benefit. The Rose Charities international network of independent organizations are not-for-profit secular and non-political