UNICEF, which is one of Rotary's Global Polio Eradication Initiative partners, premiered their "Heart Strings: Connection to the World’s Children" Exhibit in Houston at POST Houston located at 401 Franklin Street, Houston 77201.
Rotary's work to eradicate polio was prominently featured in the exhibit
UNICEF USA is offered special pricing to Rotarians in gratitude for our longstanding partnership with a dedicated ticketing page. The exhibit was family-friendly and available in both English and Spanish.   
Link to learn more, use this link:https://heartstringsunicef.org/houston/
To read Houstonia Magazine's article about the exhibit - Click Here.

Houston was selected for kicking off this multi-city exhibit which is part of a 13-city journey including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, over the next two years that will bring this exhibit to over 200,000 people. The event represents a collaborative effort to connect communities with the realities of kids worldwide.

Spotlight on Polio Eradication
What’s most exciting to me as a Rotarian is that within the exhibit, our work to eradicate polio was prominently featured. A photo and story depicted this live saving work, and Rotary International will be featured for our partnership with UNICEF.

Rotary International along with the Gates Foundation are the only two organizations named in the exhibit, and our logo will also be featured as a partner at the entryway. Our work will be shared with hundreds of thousands of visitors to the exhibit, and we’re hopeful that many

Rotarians that attended the exhibit with their families took pride in our polio eradication ef