On October 17th, the Southeast came together for lunch in support of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program. In partnership with the Hanover School Division, the RCMP, and our sponsors, we heard from students firsthand on the impact of this program, as well as from keynote Addictions Counsellor and TEDx Winnipeg speaker Aleethia Mackay on how we can support our youth to say NO to drugs.


Thank you to all of you who were able to attend the event, and for your ongoing support of this critical program. Together, our community will continue to provide the necessary materials and supplies to keep the Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program running for the 2019-2020 school year.

The Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program is funded entirely by private contributions through the fundraising efforts of South Eastman Rotary Club.  Our annual fundraiser will ensure this essential education program continues to reach classrooms across the Southeast region and develop the resilience of our youth in making safe decisions in the face of peer pressure and bullying. Over 1,100 students were reached in 2018 thanks to your support.
If you are unable to attend, please consider supporting the Drug Abuse Resistance Education and your Southeast Rotary Club. Your contribution will help the youth in our community be more resistant to drugs, alcohol, tobacco and bullying. $300 will sponsor one classroom for the 2019-2020 school year. All amounts are gratefully accepted.  Please mail your contribution to:
South Eastman Rotary
PO Box 22067
Steinbach, MB R5G 1B5