Rotary Club of Jumeirah-Dubai

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Welcome to our Club!


Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 PM
Magnolia Restaurant (near Talise Spa)
Al Qsar Hotel, Madinat Jumeirah
+971 50 240 1292, Dubai  PO Box 75157
United Arab Emirates
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Join Rotary Club Jumeirah on our 2nd Year to
to 'Mission Himalaya' - Nepal Orphanage & Eco-Farm 
Friday 30th October to Sunday 1st November 2015
This fabulous mission will give you the opportunity to visit the Farm, meet and interact with the children and see local sights of interest
(see attached itinerary)
Staying at Hotel Yak & Yeti ( or equivalent, hotel accommodation with breakfast, transfers from and to the airport as well as transportation throughout the weekend, 2 dinners and lunch at Eco farm will be supplied and there is an option to stay for longer
Only $475 (single room use) plus flights and at least $100 donation per person towards the Orphanage
For further information and to reserve your place contact
Rotarian Joanna, Kumon at or Club Coordinator Julia at / 050 240 1292

Rotary Club Jumeirah is honored to welcome VIP
Japanese Consul General HE
Mr. Michigami
to the Club on
Wednesday 30th September,7.30pm
Mr. Michigami will make a presentation on
"Japanese Culture"

Many thanks to all who attended and contributed to
Rotary Club Jumeirah's Media Iftar at Senses School - July 2015
Over 60 Rotarians, Rotaractors, Media and Guests showed their support and 
12,500 AED was donated to Senses!!!

The Rotaract Clubs of Dubai met for a final Fellowship Meeting before the end of the Rotary Year
A District Rotaract Representative Award was received for Dubai Rotaractors Service

Rotary Club Jumeirah's 
Dubai International Academy Interact Club
recently presented 'PINK CARAVAN', a UAE initiative by Friends of Cancer Patients to raise awareness of breast cancer,
a cheque for 8,000 AED raised by the Students
A fantastic achievement gratefully received by Secretary General, Dr Sawsan Al Madhi


On April 27th 2015, Rotary Club of Jumeirah Vocational Service and Rotaract Club of Jumeirah hosted another Leadership Circle workshop entitled “Begin with the End in Mind

Rotarian Musa Al Sadoon, discussed the second habit of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective peopleTM  which aims to edify the character on its path to personal change and empowerment.

Musa al Sadoon led the participants through a moving journey of personal discovery highlighting the path and process of defining personal life goals aligning them to values and proceeding with set priorities to achieve sustainable successful life outcomes. 

Rotary Club of Jumeirah Vocational Service would like to thank Rotarian Musa Al Sadoon for his time and effort in sharing his wealth of experience with the Leadership Circle of the Rotary Club of Jumeirah. If you would like to participate in future workshops please contact us at





A Fabulous Evening was had by over 120 Guests at RC Jumeirah's


​Sponsored by Rotarian and Record Breaking Fashion Designer Walid Atallah & Saab Jewelry,

guests were treated to an exclusive dinner while Walid's latest collection of classic gowns and Saab's glittering jewelry was displayed.

We thank all those who attended and gave generously to our good causes.

Also thanks to our dedicated and hardworking Rotarians for organising such a special event.






The children at Senses School enjoyed a fabulous 43rd National Day celebration with

dancing, camels, falcons, flags, food and traditional fare.

Thank you to all those RC Jumeirah Members and Friends who helped make this such a special day







Rotary Club Jumeirah's main sponsored Charity in the UAE


is appealing for Ambassadors


For an Application Form contact or





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Mr Gerald Lawless
Jumeirah Foundation
Dec 09, 2015
Dr Patrick Reize
Treating Osteoarthritis

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