Jul 252017
 

Do you worry about Alzheimer’s?  We do not have a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, but we must find one.  Finding a cure starts with you.  Give generously to the CART Fund through your Rotary Club.  We had a successful Alzheimer’s Gala on Saturday, July 22, 2017 at the Gaillard Center in Charleston, SC to raise money for Alzheimer’s research.  Those in attendance had a terrific time enjoying a great meal, very good featured speaker music from the WhitsEnd Band and an entertaining auction.

Rotary District 7770 is the home district of CART, having been started at the Rotary Club of Sumter by Roger Ackerman in 1995.  Every year the CART (Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust) Fund gives research grants focused on finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, and the money raised through the gala will go toward that effort.

 

Jan 242017
 

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Please join Lagunitas Brewing Company for a Non-Profit Networking Mixer! Come meet our Community Giving and On-site Events team to learn more about how your Nonprofit can benefit from our Product Donation Program and utilize the two nonprofit spaces available for fundraisers at our new Taproom in Charleston!

EVENT DETAILS:

  • 3rd Floor Loft at Lagunitas TapRoom
    161 E Bay St
    Charleston, SC 29401
  • 4:20 pm Welcome, Mingle & Munchies
  • 4:40pm Presentation & Questions

Space is limited. Please rsvp only two guests per nonprofit.

We expect to reach capacity before the deadline of Monday, February 13, 2017, so don’t wait to RSVP.

Dec 212016
 

The Walterboro Rotary Club donated Christmas toys to 28 children at Forest Hills Elementary. Wednesday, December 14, 2016, Walterboro Rotary in partnership with the schools Angel Tree program helped make sure dozens of needy children’s Christmas were a bit brighter.

This year’s Angel Tree had over 70 names, and thanks to the hard work of the people at Forest Hill and Cindy Riley these kids will get a merry Christmas. We couldn’t help our community without the support of our great community. Thanks to Walterboro Rotary successful Ireland Creek Bridge Run and a matching grant from Rotary International it was possible to spread the Christmas cheer.

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Dec 122016
 
The Rotary Club of Bluffton donates to Matthew Effort
The Rotary Club of Bluffton donated $5000 to Bluffton Self Help to aid in their Hurricane Matthew efforts in the wake of the storm disaster crippling area residents.
The Rotary Club of Bluffton is a non for profit organization that is a part of Rotary International serving communities around the world.  The club serves the greater Bluffton area and supports global initiatives.
Pictured are Bluffton Self Help representative, Gwen Chambers and Bluffton Rotarian President, Michael Putich of Robinson and Grant.
For more information, please contact them at blufftonrotary.org
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Dec 122016
 

This weeks Rotary Club of Little River Food Drive which has been expanded to include many new areas,was a great success as 3847 pounds of food were collected to be distributed to needy families in our community. Thanks to all involved for contributing to make this Holiday Season more enjoyable for all our neighbors.

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Dec 052016
 

The Hartsville Rotary Club completed two service projects for the Christmas Season. They hosted a pizza party for the Darlington County Foster Children which included a surprise visit from Santa.  They also Rang the Bell for the Salvation Army, competing with Kiwanis for total amount raised!

 

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Oct 242016
 
The staff at Lee Funeral Home and Crematory in Little River and volunteers from the Rotary Club of Little River load a truck with emergency supplies destined for the devasted town of Nichols, SC.  The supplies will be delivered to the Harvest Church in Green Sea, SC which is a distribution center for Nichols and the surrounding area.
The folks at Lee Funeral Home organized the drive and asked the Rotary Club to help.  As there is no Rotary presence in Nichols, it seemed natural for Rotary to get involved and lend its presence.  Rotary provided goods and services, volunteers and added financial support to the effort.  Many, many folks in our community donated to this cause.
The drive continues.  School supplies are also needed.  Contact the Rotary Club of Little River for information.
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Oct 242016
 
Rotary Club of Little River President Dana Black-Bolch presents checking the amount of $2055 to Lucille Serok of the Help4Kids organization.

Rotary Club of Little River President Dana Black-Bolch and Past District Governor Craig Hill present donation of $1000.00 to Athletic Director of Coastal Carolina University Matt Hogue. Mr.Hogue was the guest speaker at the Oct. 19th meeting.

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