Club Projects

ROTARY'S

SIX AREAS OF FOCUS

1. Peace & Conflict Prevention/ Resolution

2. Disease Prevention/ Treatment

3. Water & Sanitation

4. Maternal & Child Health

5. Basic Education & Literacy

6. Economic & Community Development

Bali Scholarships

July 23, 2017

Bali Scholarships provides students at the Bali Suta Dharma school with the necessary funding for elementary school attendance.

February 17, 2018

Ethiopio. Adane Elilo, a young college student, began with a dream to bring electricity to his village in the tiny town of Jore. From the electrification of the school and community buildings, this project has expanded to include both eduction and economic development.

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Rebuilding Together

July 06, 2017

Every year our club works alongside Rebuilding Together to upgrade or beautify schools, homes, and centers for the underserved. We paint, we garden, we clean up, we make things better, and we bring smiles to those we lend a helping hand to.

City Trees

July 06, 2017

City Trees was started in an effort to beautify neglected areas of the community. With this year's Rotary International goal of "each one, plant one", City Trees gives us a running start toward every Rotarian planting at least one tree this year. 

H2Open Doors

July 06, 2017

H2Open Doors provides safe, clean drinking water to rural villages throughout the world. Using the SunSpring (www.innovativeh2o.com) water purification system, this stand alone, wind and solar powered treatment plant provides up to 20,000 liters per day of disease-free drinking water to people in remote locations.

Morocco Library Project

July 05, 2017

Morocco Library Project is the brainchild of our member Barb Mackraz, who after visiting Morocco on a pleasure trip, was shocked to discover a complete lack of libraries and access to books. Starting with a dream and one library, she has established more than 30, with 30 more in the works.

Village Tech Solutions, Nepal

July 06, 2017

Village Tech Solutions brings lights to darkened villages, bridges across impassable gorges, educational materials, and arsenic-free water.

The Village Link, West Africa

July 06, 2017

The Village Link seeks to disrupt the cycle of poverty in rural underserved communities in Sierra Leone,  through entrepreneurial mentorship, digital learning, and vocational training.

Rachel Pi, Guatemala

July 06, 2017

World Possible and Rachel Pi delivers educational content to rural areas in Guatemala that do not have access to the internet. 

Nicaragua College Fund

July 06, 2017

Nicaragua College Fund makes possible trade school and college education for young people who are committed to improving their lives and who, without our help, might never break the cycle of poverty.

Rebuilding Alliance, Gaza

July 06, 2017

Rebuilding Alliance works in the most neglected places on earth, Gaza. From establishing a birthing center, helping to rebuild homes, providing Luci lights in areas without electricity, mapping "lost" areas with the aid of Google, RA is on the front lines helping the forgotten and the hopeless. 

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Mara Center

July 16, 2018

The mission of grassroots nonprofit Friends of Maasai Mara (FOMM), Telek, Kenya, is to build a conservation and education center on the edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. FOMM believes that for conservation in Africa to be successful over the long term, solutions must come from the indigenous communities who live with the wildlife. We share their passion and our goal is to support and contribute to their valuable work in establishing the community-run Mara Center in the heart of the Maasai Mara: seat of the Great Migration.