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We meet for lunch at the Isles Yacht Club on Thursdays!

Meeting by Zoom is optional. Contact us for an invitation.

 

Virtual Happy/Sad Dollars 

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GLOBAL GRANTS INFO

Improving Maternal & Child Health
in Thomassique, Haiti

www.maternal & child health

Water4Life Mozambique

www.water4lifemozambique

Make a Commitment:

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Donate:  Water 4Life Mozambique

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 TASTE OF PUNTA GORDA 

MARCH 5, 2023

Laishley Park 

www.tasteofpuntagorda.org

 

HEALING FIELD OF HONOR

NOVEMBER 10-12, 2023

Laishley Park 

www.healingfield.org/puntagordafl23

 

UKRAINIAN RELIEF PROJECT

  Punta Gorda Rotary is working with the Czestochowa Rotary Club in Poland to get medical and other relief supplies to Ukrainian refugees and to hospitals in Ukraine.

We will be taking donations for as long as necessary for the Czestochowa Rotary Club to purchase the necessary relief supplies.  Photographs and videos of the work being done will be posted on the News tab on this Website. 

To donate click here:

Ukrainian Relief

For Project Videos go to:

https://youtube.com/channel/UCl8YWBKNQky7xctSGXgjezA

iHeart Radio show on Southwest Florida Rotary efforts:

4/20/22: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/49492596/download.mp3

Czestochowa Rotary Club website updates on our Ukraine Relief efforts:

https://rotaryczestochowa.org/category/aktualnosci/

Rotarians may also donate to the Rotary Foundation’s Disaster Relief Fund, which will provide grants up to $25,000 to Districts in affected areas that apply for the funds.  Individual donations will, for the first time, be eligible for Paul Harris Credits.

Water4Life Mozambique is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization and recognized NGO in Mozambique that works with the Punta Gorda Rotary Club on international projects in Mozambique. Its passion is drilling water wells to provide clean, safe drinking water to remote villages in northern Mozambique, Africa.  The organization’s focus is on bringing precious, clean water to remote village communities, so that women and girls will not have to travel long distances with 40 pounds of water on their heads every day, and girls will have more time to dedicate themselves to school and their studies.