WHEN:    11 November 2022
WHERE:   On the Auckland Train network/On the ferries - Auckland Harbour/In the skies over Auckland

After our two-year Covid break, the Polio All Transit event is back in 2022.

A few things to remember:
The Clubs should arrange their Polio fundraising event for October 2022, so that they can pass the funds over on/or before 11 November 2022. 
Each club needs to register their participation, so that they can be allocated a train station/ferry terminal when they can meet the train/ferry and either join or present their pseudo presentation cheque to those on the ride.   
Of course, photos are a must.  All riders must also register - using the same form.
So come and join us.  To ride free on the trains, you just need to wear a red end polio now tee shirt.     
If you do not have one and wish to purchase I have a small supply available, along with End Polio masks and hats.   
It is a great day of fun, fellowship and the meeting of like-minded people on the train plus the opportunity to spread the word on the End Polio Now Campaign.
Thank you for your support for the End Polio Now Campaign 2022.
Jennie Herring
Chair, Polio All Transit Event 2022
D9920 Polio Chair 2022-203
D9920 Governor 2015/16
Registration Form             Poster  

Page Stories
Watch out for a sea of red at the Britomart Station on Friday, October 23rd. It is the second year in succession that Rotary in Auckland is organising a `Ride a train to enable others to walk’ event. 
Just when the world is fighting a deadly battle against Coronavirus, the Rotary initiative of eradicating wild poliovirus from Africa recently made international headlines.  
Immunizing more than 2.4 billion children in 122 countries since the last 30 years is an unimaginable feat, though sadly, the wild poliovirus still paralyses children in Afghanistan and Pakistan. As long as polio exists anywhere, it remains a threat everywhere. 
It’s the reason why Rotary in New Zealand has been going hard, to wipe out the virus from the face of this earth. 

A sea of red is set to engulf Auckland commuters tomorrow (23 October 2020) as hundreds of campaigners take to trains and ferries in a campaign to raise awareness about ending polio.

Rotary Club volunteers will ride around Auckland public transport wearing red shirts from 8am to 6pm as part of the Polio All Transit campaign.   Article here: https://pmn.co.nz/articles/sea-of-red-set-to-flood-auckland-trains-and-ferries-in-anti-polio-campaign