Our Rotary club typically has one service project each month in which we help our local community.
To learn more about our service projects, please read on.
New Avenue Foundation “Share the Love Fest” music celebration of Our Community Cup Coffeehouse 2nd year – February 11, 2017
Donated $500 and will help staff the music festival to support solidarity and love and their mission to help families and caregivers of poeple with disabilities have better lives.
Project Participants: Jim
Rotary Category: Economic & Community Development
Holiday donations – December 2016
Adopt four children – DELCO C&FS (Donna Hollis contact). Donated $500 worth of gifts to 4 children in need.
Project Participants: Jim/Jeanne/Mike/Claire
Rotary Category: Peace & Conflict Resolution/ Armed Services Support
Laundry Love – November 2016
Donated $300 to subsidize one or more weeks of laundry for the homeless and others in need.
Project Participants: Jeanne
Rotary Category: Maternal & Child Health/Family Health
The Delaware County Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been opening hearts & homes for 102 years. In 2012, they placed 3,139 homeless animals into forever homes. This year, they celebrate their 5th year as a lifesaving organization.
The Delco SPCA cares for and adopts our pets that are relinquished by their owners as well as animals that have suffered cruelty and neglect. They also rescue adoptable animals from high-risk shelters in need. The staff and volunteers work constantly to promote responsible pet ownership and combat animal overpopulation through prevention programs such as low-cost public veterinary care and greatly subsidized spaying and neutering, pet food banks, animal cruelty investigations and humane education.
Please change a life by adopting a pet. You may be surprised to find that the life you change will be your own!Learn More
The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:
FIRST. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service:
SECOND. High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society;
THIRD. The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life;
FOURTH. The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.Learn More
It's All ABOUT FAMILY!
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MAY 24, 7:15 – 8:30 am ROTARY NETWORKING BREAKFAST **FREE EVENT** Court Diner 140 E. Baltimore Pike Media PA 19063 Maybe you’ve found your new outlet for: Connecting, serving your community, making a difference for Central Delaware County. Have breakfast, meet the...Learn More
What does the President of anything do? He (or she) has been assigned this responsibility by others. So, he (or she) has accepted because of the desire to fulfill what that role entails. In the case of Rotary, we choose to lead our club members in doing good. We...Learn More
We plan to be around for another 26 years.
For this coming program year July, 2016 until June, 2017, my Rotary Club will be a well-attended, well-regarded civic organization in our community providing an enjoyable, meaningful and impactful experience to its members, potential members, neighbors and the broader community with whom we interact so that we will be known for thoughtful, well-planned and implemented projects and good works … while expanding existing relationships and establishing new ones with organizations connected to our region that work to improve the lives and conditions for others.
As the President of the Rotary Club of Central Delaware County (2015-2016), we are proud of our 26 year history and accomplishments with many diversified projects while celebrating Rotary’s mission by way of fundraising and social events throughout the region. As a club and executive board, we have reaffirmed that Central Delco Rotary is committed to being a strong and vibrant club maintaining our charter as an independent club under District 7450. We look forward to another 26 years as a club and hope to bring in new members with ideas and enthusiasm for outreach to our community, and throughout the world. Please join us for a breakfast soon and share in the excitement!
Dan Foltz – Past President