Get involved &
Make an Impact

There are many ways you can support RHFA in our 
mission to save and improve lives.


6 Ways to get


1. Volunteer for a campaign

We are always seeking volunteers on the ground to support our teams and Rotary clubs as they deliver healthcare to communities in need. Whatever your age, skillset, or interest we would welcome the support.

Contact us to find out more

2. Partner with us

Do you have a service you can provide at one or more sites? We proudly partner with 100s of service providers who provide everything from audiology testing to food parcels, hand washing stations and mental health counselling at our sites.

Contact us to learn how

3. Join Rotary

Rotary is an organisation of 1.2 million passionate people of action, in 35,000+ clubs across the globe, who together lead change in their own backyards and across the world. We are both an international organization and a local community leader.

Contact us to join

4. Host a program

Is your Rotary club interested in hosting a Rotary Family Health Day site? We can put you in touch with your country coordinator, and if your country is not yet a member of our strategic alliance, let’s talk!

Find out more!

5. Apply for Global or District Grants

RFHA Inc will help your Rotary club apply for a Global Grant to fund Rotary Family Health Days in your community or District Grants to purchase medical supplies or equipment. Our experts will assist with the grant application writing, find international partners and training for Rotary club members in effective monitoring and evaluation.

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6. Donate

Consider this an investment in community health! Your donation can help maintain and expand our activities to ensure that we deliver healthcare to more people in underserved communities.

Our checks and balances ensure complete financial transparency and accountability, while the monitoring and evaluation of our sustainable programs ensure that we are impactful and effective.


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Health Heroes

Let’s celebrate these real-life heroes who work with compassion and selflessness to bring a positive difference.

Sebabatso Lentsoenyane AHF Advocacy and Marketing Officer
AHF Advocacy and Marketing Officer

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation partnered with the Rotary Families in Lesotho during the Family Health Days in 2019. This helped in extending health services to the public, especially to the factory workers who were able to access the health services during working hours as the health sites were close to their workplaces.
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Shekhar Metha 2021/22 Rotary International President
2021/22 Rotary International President

I am fascinated by the length and breadth of the healthcare provided by RFHA. This is service at its best. Helping those who need the help most.
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Dr Nii Akwei
Dr Nii Akwei
Founder/CoP Equip Health Ghana

Rotary Family Health Days is my joy mainly because it brings much needed health screening and care to the poor and marginalized in peri-urban and rural communities in Ghana. When community members say, “Thank you, please come again next year,” I take it very personally and would do whatever is necessary to assure continuity of the programme, albeit interrupted because of the COVID-19 pandemic with its attendant restriction on mass assembly.
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Kayleen Esterhuizen a volunteer in South Africa
South Africa
Social Media & Communications

I had no idea what Rotary Family Health Days was or how hard it was for some people to receive health care. Volunteering on this project was an eye opener and I was amazed to see government, business and non-profits working together for the greater good of the community. Imagine how much more could be done if EVERYONE was involved!
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Paul Netzel Past Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair
United States
Founder Netzel Grigsby Associates, Inc

I visited South Africa to attend the opening of the Rotary Family Health Days. The work done by Rotarians, the government and other NGOs provide an excellent example of co-operative enterprise throughout this country, other parts of the African continent and parts of India.
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Olugbemiga Olutayo Olowu former Rotary District 9110 Governor
Olugbemiga Olutayo
Past Rotary District 9110 Governor

I saw a 10-month old baby that was brought to one of Rotary Family Health Days sites by his parents. They were worried about his eyesight. Medical personnel at the site saw him and found that the baby had a cataract. He was immediately referred to a university teaching hospital. Because of the reputation that Rotary Family Health Days had built within our communities over the years, the university teaching hospital bore the expense of treatment. This is a testament to the reputation of the Rotary Family Health Days brand.
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