Global Grant Projects Needing Support

 

 

PLEASE ALL CLUBS COMMIT CLUB MONEY TO SOME GLOBAL GRANT PROJECT  

                        

If you have not already contributed, the following projects need additional club money.        Whether your club can give $250 or $3,000 for one of these international projects, your money will be matched by the District and The Rotary Foundation.  To learn more about a project, email the contact person.  They may be willing to come to give your board of directors or your club more information.  If you really want to have fun, visit the project with them.

 

List of available Grant Partnership Opportunities:

 

South Africa, Red Life House Project (Saving Women/Children by Providing Water, Vegetable Gardens, Education, Entrepreneurial Development.).  Contact Brenda Cole, msbjcole@aol.com, S. Jordan Club.

 

Sierra Leone, Latrines and Wash Centers for 5 refugee villages.  Contact Monty Eggett, mjeggett@yahoo.com, Centerville-Farmington Club.

 

Rwanda, Teacher Training to Build More Gender Sensitive & Inclusive School Environments in Rural Primary and Secondary Schools.  Contact Cathy King credking@gmail.com,  Park City Rotary Club.

 

Puerto Peñasco, Purified Water for all Pre-, Primary, Secondary, Preparatory, and University Schools. Contact Egor Shulman, shulman@infowest.com, Red Rock (St George) Club.

 

Philippines, Solar Powered Irrigation Pumps for 166 Familes on the Island of Oriental Mendoro. Contact Sharon Richardson, sharon@sarichardsontax.com.

 

Morocco, Pioneer Neuro-Rehabilitation Clinic in North Africa, Equipment, Supplies, Staff Training, Vocational Training Teams.  Contact Mo Sbia, zahracharity2008@gmail.com, Salt Lake Club.

 

India, Game Changing Feminine Hygiene Program for 40 Schools. Contact Rosemary Hullinger, rhullinger535@gmail.com, Tooele Club.

 

Honduras, Potable Water System for 283 Homes, and Hygiene Education.

Contact Mark Hargreazees, humanity.for.all@gmail.com, Logan Club.

 

Guatemala, 375 Efficient Vented Stoves, Medical/Dental Clinics, Neonatal Resuscitation, School Supplies. Contact Chris Parker, cparker@cachevalleybank.com, Ken Sizemore, kennethlsizemore@gmail.com.

 

Guatemala, Training and Mobility Equipment for Survivors of Polio and Other Disabilities.      Contact Bruce Powell brucepowell@cannonsales.com Centerville-Farmington Club.

 

Guatemala, Water Projects for two communities in the Polochic Region. Contact: Brinton Webb, rotarianbrinton@hotmail.com, South Valley Club (Draper-Riverton).

 

Your District Foundation/Global Grants Committee is ready to help you:

 

Bruce Powell, District Foundation Committee Chair, brucepowell@cannonsales.com.

Andy Dahman, Global Grants Subcommittee Chair, andy@andydahmen.com.

Jerry Summerhays, District International Service Enhancement Chair, SummerhaysGS@gmail.com

 

 

 

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