National Committee<br />Barbara Chu<br />Erin Gunter<br />
<ul><li>To provide Night Night packages to homeless children who need childhood essentials to feel secure, cozy, and ready...
October 22
Lake Merritt in Oakland
$30 registration fee
7 a.m.-11 a.m.</li></li></ul><li>Be the Match<br />Thousands of patients with leukemia and other life-threatening diseases...
Be the Match<br />Members of these backgrounds are especially needed:<br />Black or African American<br />American Indian ...
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National Committee

Join National Committee to work on local projects. Please feel free to contact Erin Gunter (egunter@calrotaract.org) or Barbara Chu (bchu@calrotaract.org) for more information and the application.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Health & Medicine      
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  • 1. National Committee<br />Barbara Chu<br />Erin Gunter<br />
  • 2. <ul><li>To provide Night Night packages to homeless children who need childhood essentials to feel secure, cozy, and ready to learn. 1. “No-sew” blankets sized 30”X40”2. Books appropriate for children ages 0to pre-teen.</li></li></ul><li>Out For Blood 5K Fun Run <br /><ul><li>Sponsored by Red Cross
  • 3. October 22
  • 4. Lake Merritt in Oakland
  • 5. $30 registration fee
  • 6. 7 a.m.-11 a.m.</li></li></ul><li>Be the Match<br />Thousands of patients with leukemia and other life-threatening diseases depend on the Be The Match Registry® to find a match to save their life.Patients need donors who are a genetic match. Even with a registry of millions, many patients cannot find a match. Donors with diverse racial or ethnic backgrounds are especially needed.<br />
  • 7. Be the Match<br />Members of these backgrounds are especially needed:<br />Black or African American<br />American Indian or Alaska Native<br />Asian, including South Asian<br />Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander<br />Hispanic or Latino<br />Multiple race<br />
  • 8. Bone marrow donation is a surgical procedure in which liquid marrow is withdrawn from the back of the donor's pelvic bones using special, hollow needles. General or regional anesthesia is always used, so donors feel no needle injections and no pain during marrow donation. Most donors may feel some pain in their lower back for a few days afterwards.<br />Peripheral blood cell (PBSC) donation involves removing a donor's blood through a sterile needle in one arm. The blood is passed through a machine that separates out the cells used in transplants. The remaining blood is returned through the other arm.<br />
  • 9. New Project<br />In committees, members are free to create their own projects and suggest ideas.<br />Anything that is a national project can be proposed and can be led by yourselves with the help of the committee and the club.<br />What would YOU like to see Rotaract do?<br />

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