Each year, Phoenix Rotary 100 participates in several community service projects in partnership with other Rotary clubs within District 5490, as well as some around the world. These meaningful projects allow Rotarians to show “Service Above Self” while allowing for fellowship, diversity, integrity and reinforcing the Four-Way Test.

Activities include:

  • Million Meals Project partnering with Feed My Starving Children and clubs throughout Arizona
  • The Salvation Army Bell Ringing
  • Rotary District 5490 Wheelchair Distribution in Hermosillo and Caborca, Mexico
  • Group Study Exchanges
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards – A leadership camp for high schoolers
  • Providing nearly $300,000 in support of Mission of Mercy
  • The Field of Dreams recreational complex at Murphy School District
  • Supporting a burn unit in the social security hospital in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
  • Painting hundreds of rooms at the UMOM homeless shelter in Phoenix
  • Guns to Salute the Fallen – A Memorial to Arizona’s servicemen and women who died during WWII
  • Refurbishing personal computers for local schools
  • Providing funds for clean water wells in Kenya, Africa
  • Operation School Bell, which provides school clothes for needy kids locally
  • St. Mary’s Food Bank – packing food for needy families
  • St. Vincent DePaul – feeding/clothing the poor
  • Boy’s and Girls Clubs Activities
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Support for Arizona School for the Arts
  • Homeless Youth Connection
  • Community Gardens
  • Murphy Schools Youth Sports programs
  • Refurbishing computers for schools
  • Episcopal orphanage in Honduras
  • Project C.U.R.E. providing medical supplies to Rwanda
  • Providing shelter boxes worldwide when natural disasters strike.
  • Eradicating polio worldwide

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