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                    Rotary Gives Thanks Project

 

Annually the Rotary Club of Honolulu completes a major project with a non-profit organization that serves the "at risk", indigent or homeless population. The project is usually completed in October.

 

If 25 members of the Club are in attendance at the project, the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation offers the Rotary Club of Honolulu the opportunity to select a non- profit of the Club's choice that serves the homeless, "at risk" or indigent population to be the beneficiary of a $10,000 grant from the Weinberg Foundation. 

 

The Board of Directors selects the non-profit to receive the grant after reviewing requests for proposals that have been submitted to the Club.  The work site is also selected by the Board.  

 

The project is the responsibility of the President Elect of the Club.

 

For 2013, President Elect, Carol Sakata, may be contacted at: csakata@lava.net for questions regarding the site selection or the submission of a grant proposal for the $10,000 grant.

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                    Rotary Gives Thanks Project

 

Annually the Rotary Club of Honolulu completes a major project with a non-profit organization that serves the "at risk", indigent or homeless population. The project is usually completed in October.

 

If 25 members of the Club are in attendance at the project, the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation offers the Rotary Club of Honolulu the opportunity to select a non- profit of the Club's choice that serves the homeless, "at risk" or indigent population to be the beneficiary of a $10,000 grant from the Weinberg Foundation. 

 

The Board of Directors selects the non-profit to receive the grant after reviewing requests for proposals that have been submitted to the Club.  The work site is also selected by the Board.  

 

The project is the responsibility of the President Elect of the Club.

 

For 2013, President Elect, Carol Sakata, may be contacted at: csakata@lava.net for questions regarding the site selection or the submission of a grant proposal for the $10,000 grant.

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                    Rotary Gives Thanks Project

 

Annually the Rotary Club of Honolulu completes a major project with a non-profit organization that serves the "at risk", indigent or homeless population. The project is usually completed in October.

 

If 25 members of the Club are in attendance at the project, the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation offers the Rotary Club of Honolulu the opportunity to select a non- profit of the Club's choice that serves the homeless, "at risk" or indigent population to be the beneficiary of a $10,000 grant from the Weinberg Foundation. 

 

The Board of Directors selects the non-profit to receive the grant after reviewing requests for proposals that have been submitted to the Club.  The work site is also selected by the Board.  

 

The project is the responsibility of the President Elect of the Club.

 

For 2013, President Elect, Carol Sakata, may be contacted at: csakata@lava.net for questions regarding the site selection or the submission of a grant proposal for the $10,000 grant.