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Über uns
WELCOME TO ROTARY CLUB STUTTGART-INTERNATIONAL Formed in 2011, Rotary Club Stuttgart-International is the only club in the greater Stuttgart area that has all of its meetings and events in English.

Designed to support internationally mobile Rotarians currently living in Stuttgart, the club provides local connectivity as well as access to the esteemed Rotarian network here in Germany and throughout the world.  Current members hail from over 12 different countries and we welcome all visiting Rotarians interested in our global perspective on Rotarian traditions.

A Message from Our President

Welcome to the home  page of the Rotary Club Stuttgart International (RCSI).  Our currently 50 members are international minded business people, entrepreneurs, educators, artists, doctors, lawyers, consultants and other valued members of their respective communities. 17 % of our members are female at present and we aim at minimum 25 % in the next years. Ages range from 28 to 75 years with an average of 51 years. With this number we are one of the younger Rotary clubs by age and we want to maintain this position also in the future.  

Having said that, we are actively looking for new members, ideally non German or German with an international background (for very young candidates we will make an exception) and interesting professions.  

Our club meets weekly at the Le Meridien hotel on Thursdays at 19.30. Any Rotarian or  any guest recommended by other Rotarians is welcome to attend our meetings which are held in English, our formal club language. In addition to our meetings we also have frequent social events and outings that take advantage of opportunities in and around Stuttgart and the surrounding area.  

In the relatively short time since our club has been established in 2011 (we just celebrated our 5th club anniversary in  September 2016 in the German Automobile Club in Stuttgart), we have become active on several fields :  

- Helping those truly in need in Stuttgart with several hands-on activities

- Collecting bikes in 2013 and 2015 for South African young pupils and financing the construction of a classroom building there

-  Financing one apartment for the McDonald Foundation Kinderhilfe in      Tübingen

- Financing the renovation of a home for handicapped Children in Alexandria

- Helping refugees in the Stuttgart region

- Collecting bottle caps for the worldwide Rotarian polio campaign  

This was partially done through various fundraising activities, amongst them 'Night of the Stars', two golf tournaments and two concerts - Gospel and opara (both in 2016 , starring RCSI members).   

Further details can be found on this homepage.  

RCSI is an exciting and dynamic club, the diverse membership bringing unique experiences and skills together to share with our club members. We are also engaging in discussions about actual topics regarding international or political developments and in public dialogue about how to create an ever improving better world.  

If You are interested in becoming part of our club and helping to achieve our goals, please pay us a visit at one of our regular meetings.  

Contact by E-mail to : Stuttgart-international@rotary1830.org    

Hans J. Strüder, President RCSI 2016/17

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Please help us make a difference!
Bikes for Africa
Donate a bicycle which you don’t use anymore and thereby bring mobility and self-esteem to Kids and Youngsters in South African Townships
Donate a bicycle which you don’t use anymore and thereby bring mobility and self-esteem to Kids and Youngsters in South African Townships
Your bicycle will make a big difference in the life of a child and a family in a township in Plettenberg, South Africa. It will make it easier to get to school which is often many miles away from the township, will enable more autonomy and social friendship and as well lead to more exercise and emission-free mobility. It is a significant contribution to overcome the financial and social poverty, all in one. A bike also disburdens running errands, including food, medication, reaching out to a doctor for many of the people who are excluded from those options without means of transport. We are mainly looking for bicycles in good ...

Christmas Dinner for the Homeless in Dec 2016
Charity event with Caritas
There were some 60 guests, 15 members of our Club and 10 helpers from Caritas who enjoyed food and a program of classical music together on 8 December 2016.

5th Anniversary of the McDonald House
Anniversary of McDonald House
The Ronald McDonald Stiftung München celebrated the 5th anniversary of the McDonald House together with its sponsors.

A Gesture For Humanity
A Gesture For Humanity
Charity concert of classical music for the benefit of disabled children in Alexandria, Egyypt

Charity Golf tournament
Charity Golf tournament
2nd charity golf tournament for the benefit of the Ronald McDonald House (Tübingen)

5th anniversary of RC Stuttgart-International
5th anniversary celebration
On September 9th 2016, our club celebrated its 5th anniversary at the Automobil Club Baden-Württemberg.

Gospel benefit concert
Gospel benefit concert
Our member James Hammond organized with his Gospel choir "the Harlem Praise Family" a benefit concert for the Ronald McDonald House in Tübingen.

Rotary Club Stuttgart-International
Club trip to Varna
A delegation of RCSI has visited the hometown of one of its club members in Varna, Bulgaria

Rotary Club Stuttgart-International
Refugee Camp Möhringen
In July 31st some members of our club assisted the 'Tag der offenen Tür' at the refugee camp in Möhringen.

RC Stuttgart-International
7. Ryla-Seminar
Gemeinsam veranstaltet von den vier Rotary Clubs Stuttgart-Weinsteige, Stuttgart-Fernsehturm, Stuttgart-Remstal und Stuttgart-International

Rotary Club Stuttgart-International
Impulse #3
2016-01-14 Impulse #3 for Sustainable Integrated Reporting at Rotary Club Stuttgart-International, Stuttgart

Companies are the drivers for a better world!
Impulse #1
2015-07 Impulse #1 for Responsible Impact at Rotary Club Stuttgart International, Stuttgart

CLUB 2000
Our 21st Century Perspective on Rotarian ...
Since 2011, when our club was formed, we have grown from 20 founding members to over 50 representing 12 different countries. We have been visited by 3 Governors ...
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27.04.2017
18:30
Stuttgart-International
University of Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 29, 70569 Stuttgart
The Institute of Space Systems – Overview of Activities in Research and Education (including Lab Tour and Discussion)
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Stefanos Fasoulas will be our host and guide, see the separate invitation for further details. About 8 pm we will enjoy dinner at La Bruschetta, an Italian restaurant in walking distance Italian (Pfaffenwaldring 62, 70569 Stuttgart). Please register with Maurizio mg@managecon.de no later than early afternoon of April 21, 2017. Indicate the names of guests you are bringing along and mention if you do not want to join the dinner at La Bruschetta. If you do not mention absence from dinner, we will reserve seats for you and your guests.
04.05.2017
19:30
Stuttgart-International
Le Méridien
Business Meeting
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Board Meetig at 18:30
11.05.2017
19:30
Stuttgart-International
Le Méridien
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18.05.2017
19:00
Stuttgart-International
Stuttgarter Zeitung
“Between readers and users - Future agenda for Stuttgarter Zeitung and Stuttgarter Nachrichten”
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: Joachim Dorfs will talk about the new situation in Stuttgart after the centralization of the two editorial departments of the newspapers “Stuttgarter Zeitung” and “Stuttgarter Nachrichten”. Joachim Dorfs has been editor in chief of the Stuttgarter Zeitung since 2008. Before this he held managerial positions at the Handelsblatt in Düsseldorf: from 2002 to 2007 he was deputy editor in chief, prior to that he was chief of the department companies and market. Before this, he was Correspondent in Paris for 5 years and in Washington.
19.05.2017
18:30 h
Distrikttermin
Schorndorf
Distriktkonferenz Schorndorf
20.05.2017
9:00 h
Distrikttermin
Schorndorf
Distriktkonferenz Schorndorf
PROJEKTE DES CLUBS
Kranshoek classrooms
Kranshoek classrooms
Support Polio Campagne

Support Polio Campagne
Stuttgart Breakfast Kitchen

Stuttgart Breakfast Kitchen
The Mobility Project-Bikes for Africa

The Mobility Project-Bikes for Africa
Club-Foot-Project

Club-Foot-Project
Night of the Stars

Night of the Stars
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Neues aus dem Distrikt 1830
Social Media
Der Distrikt auf Facebook
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Social Media
Der Distrikt auf Facebook
Es gibt auch eine öffentliche Facebook-Seite des Distriktes 1830. Klicken Sie auf Weiterlesen....
Pforzheim-Schwarzwald
Kletterworkshop
Der Rotary Club Pforzheim-Schwarzwald hat wieder einen Kletterworkshop an der Inselwerkrealschule unterstützt.

Pforzheim-Schwarzwald
Kletterworkshop
Der Rotary Club Pforzheim-Schwarzwald hat wieder einen Kletterworkshop an der Inselwerkrealschule unterstützt.
Geislingen
Ein Tag im Zoo
Einer guten Tradition folgend hatte der Rotary Club die Geislinger Bodelschwinghschule zum Schulausflug eingeladen.

Geislingen
Ein Tag im Zoo
Einer guten Tradition folgend hatte der Rotary Club die Geislinger Bodelschwinghschule zum Schulausflug eingeladen.
Vocational Service Award
Weber-Carstanjen ausgezeichnet
Anläßlich der heutigen Distriktbeiratsitzung erhielt Tyll Weber-Carstanjen (Beauftragter für Internationalen Dienst) vom Governor Karl-Eduard von der Heydt die Hohe Rotary Auszeichnung "Vocational Service Award " für seine Verdienste
Rotary Club Schwäbisch Gmünd
Hands-on-Projekt Suppenstube
2000 Stunden für soziale Projekte. Immer zum Jahresende stellt der Rotary Club Schwäbisch Gmünd sein größtes Hands-on-Projekt auf die Beine. Bis zu 50 Mitgliede
Rotary Magazin
Berufsinfomesse oder Sport mit Flüchtlingen, Konzert für Afrika oder Benefiz-Spiele an der Carrera-Rennbahn - rotarische Aktionen überall.
Berufsinfomesse oder Sport mit Flüchtlingen, Konzert für Afrika oder Benefiz-Spiele an der Carrera-Rennbahn - rotarische Aktionen überall.
Einer der Schwerpunkte rotarischer Arbeit ist die Krankheitsvorsorge bzw. -behandlung. In Afrika unterstützen Rotarier zum Beispiel Hospitäler.
Einer der Schwerpunkte rotarischer Arbeit ist die Krankheitsvorsorge bzw. -behandlung. In Afrika unterstützen Rotarier zum Beispiel Hospitäler.
Egal ob Rotary-Termine, Messen oder Festspiele – all diese Daten finden Sie in unserem Online-Terminkalender. Ebenfalls dabei: Alle wichtigen Golf-Termine des Jahres.
Gerhard Lintner über das dürftige Interesse an Internationalität - Wenn wir auf unser rotarisches Abzeichen sehen, lesen wir „Rotary International“. Dennoch ...
Bücher von Freunden für Freunde - Gute Umgangsformen sind Türöffner für die Karriere und Grund­lage für das tägliche Mit­einander in Unternehmen ...
Neue EU-Regeln – was Clubs und Distrikte beachten müssen - Datenschutz bei Rotary? Brauchen wir das? Ist das wichtig? Denken Sie nur an Ihre Mitgliederdaten, die sowohl in RO.CAS ...
Ulrich Timm über die Liebe zur Dachterrasse - Nichts wie raus in den Garten, heißt es bei schönem Wetter. Wie gut, wenn man mitten in der Stadt ein paar Stufen hoch ...
KONTAKT
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Meeting plan
Thursday, 7.30 PM, Hotel Le Méridien, Willy-Brandt-Str. 30, 70173 Stuttgart, Phone 0711/22210, Fax 0711/22212599, www.lemeridienstuttgart.com
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