ABOUT PHILIPPINE ROTARACT MAGAZINE
Philippine Rotaract Magazine is a digital platform where Rotaractors can feed on the latest news, activities, and inspirational stories of Rotaract clubs and districts in the Philippines. It is the first of many collaborations between the Philippine Rotary Magazine and the Pilipinas Rotaract Multi-District Information Organization (MDIO).
- To be the go-to site of Philippine Rotaractors for first-hand, exclusive information and a top source for inspiring stories of service
- To bridge the gap between Rotary and Rotaract as a response to the international call of elevating Rotaract through collaborations
- To serve as a blueprint for Rotaract clubs across the globe who envision to create a similar project
Philippine Rotaract Magazine
Published by the Philippine Rotary Magazine Foundation, Inc.
Gianina Maria Ciriaco
JN. Vianney Dagandan
Julian Miguel Adique
Reycent Danielle Valdez
Adrian Sto. Domingo
John Marvin Rey Leonor
Louie Boy De Real
Manuel Joseph Franco
Groundbreaking initiatives are always propelled by inspirational experiences of people. This section details everything you need to know about the collaboration of Rotary and Rotaract in the Philippines for the Philippine Rotaract Magazine Digital Edition.
RAC Matter of the Month
Rotaract being a highly diverse organization means that there are a lot of topics that appeal and involve Rotaractors. This section features the overarching topic of the month, discussing how it has become relevant within the Rotaract community and how Rotaractors in the country take action on this topical focus.
Pilipinas Rotaract has a wealthy roster of the best and inspiring Rotaractors in the organization, some of whom are making marks in the national and international scene. This section features stories of remarkable Filipino Rotaractors from whom Rotaractors and Rotarians alike can draw inspiration from.
Rotaract Clubs in the Philippines are also grouped into district Rotaract organizations aligned with the Philippine Rotary district classification. These district Rotaract organizations help grow Rotaract Clubs and drive them to support Rotary’s goals. This section features the district Rotaract organizations—their remarkable initiatives to bring top-notch Rotaract beyond the club experience.
RAC Hall of Fame
Rotaract Clubs are at the frontline of delivering the best membership experience and impact to Filipino communities. This section features the journeys of Rotaract Clubs in the Philippines and the qualities that make them role models for others.
Information is a driver of transformative action. This section features the latest news affecting the Rotaract community, the pioneer initiatives of Rotaract Clubs on membership engagement as well as the stories on remarkable service projects of Rotaractors.
A RACviser Once Said
Key to developing the present and future Rotaract leaders is mentorship from role model Rotarians. This section features advice from Rotarians that the Rotary and Rotaract community can look up to for inspiration.
RACRound the World
Rotaract, just like Rotary, is a global organization. It is a network of young leaders from different cultures. Rotaractors maximize the opportunity by connecting and collaborating with their peers from different parts of the world. This section features the exchanges, joint projects, and twin relationships between Rotaractors in the Philippines and Rotaractors abroad.
Rotaractors are driven in the organization to continuously exchange ideas as it is through these exchanges that they connect, inspire, and transform each other. This section features conversations among Rotaractors on common or trending topics and concerns.
Rotaractors definitely have a lot of lessons and stories to tell whether about their membership experience or their life outside of Rotaract. This section features personal essays from Rotaractors where they share tips on club and membership development, service project development and implementation, or even professional or personal life goals.
Service projects of Rotaract Clubs in the Philippines have consistently been recognized, here and abroad, for the outstanding sustainable impact they make to Filipino communities. This section features the impact of Rotaract club service projects using the lens of their own beneficiaries.
What is the difference of Philippine Rotaract Magazine from the Pilipinas Rotaract MDIO Newsletter, Ang Balangay?
The Pilipinas Rotaract MDIO Newsletter, Ang Balangay, is communicated through monthly email and focuses more on critical internal announcements and top stories for the month. Due to the need to make email contents concise, not all stories can be captured through Ang Balangay and would rather be a gateway to a platform containing more stories. This is the vision for the Philippine Rotaract Magazine – to serve as the platform and repository of inspiring stories for both internal and external readership.
What benefits do I get if I sign-up and log-in as a member?
As a logged-in user, you will have full and unlimited access to all stories, articles, photos, and videos.
Is the content solely for Rotaractors, Rotarians and those affiliated to the Rotary?
While most content will focus on the Rotary, some sections such as RAC Matter of the Month or RAC Kapehan! will feature articles and essays on anything under the sun. We hope that by reading the stories in the magazine, you will be interested to spread awareness and support our causes or even partner with us. You are also very much welcome to join the organization if you want to be of service to others and make friends with like-minded people.
How often will Philippine Rotaract Magazine be uploading new content?
The digital edition works on a monthly theme but new content will be uploaded on a weekly basis.
Who will contribute and produce content for Philippine Rotaract Magazine? Our Editorial Board will be on top of all content in terms of submission and production from interested Rotaractors.
What is the process of pitching an idea/submitting materials for coverage/contributing a story? First, review the different sections and assess which category you think your material will fall under. If unsure, kindly contact Pilipinas Rotaract MDIO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What forms of content will be acceptable as a contribution? Photos, text, videos, and any form of art (own musical compositions, paintings, craft) are all acceptable.
Will there be a print version of the Philippine Rotaract Magazine? No, the Philippine Rotaract Magazine is purely produced in digital form.
I’m an advertiser/entrepreneur, how do I run an ad on your site? Please contact Johnny Sy at email@example.com for any ad concerns regarding size, format, placement, duration, and pricing.