Rotary eClub One

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Rotary eClub One
Janet Newberg, Treasurer
5602 Jenni Lane
White Bear Lake, MN 55110-5777


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Since Rotary eClub One is an Internet based club, we cannot draw on a local community for support of our service projects. The Make-Up Programs on our website are the primary fundraising means we have to support Rotary initiated service projects across the globe. This year our international projects include:

  • Cleft Lip, Cleft Palate and Speech Therapy Trip in Peru –Between 75 and 100 children will receive medical care that would otherwise be unavailable to them from a team of trained experts. The team repairs cleft lips and palates and offers speech therapy.
  • Planning for Water Service Project in Got Osimbo, Kenya – This grant request is to fund the planning stages of a water project in the 6000-person Got Osimbo community in Kenya.
  • Maternal Health in Afghanistan – Charkent is the poorest district in Balkh Province. Rotary eClub One will contribute for supplies to be used at the health centers for maternity care.
  • Water Tanks at Deva Kirubai Social Help Association in India – Rotary eClub One will contribute towards the construction of above ground water tanks to collect and hold water.
  • One Lamp per Bure in Fiji – Remote islands of the South Pacific typically have no access to infrastructure like electricity. Rotary eClub One will contribute to purchase lanterns for 25 families in the remote village of Togo.
  • Literacy Global Grant in Guatemala – Rotary eClub One will partner with Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club in Idaho and Quetzaltenango Rotary Club in Guatemala on this Global Grant project consists of 3 parts: providing literacy training to teachers and reading books in 25 elementary schools, implementing 9 literacy-strengthening textbook projects and establishing 2 computer centers.
  • Scholarships for Practicing Primary School Teachers in Guatemala – Rotary eClub One will contribute for Teacher Training Scholarships and provide scholarships to primary school teachers already teaching at a recognized Ministry of Education.
  • Scholarships for Students Pursing High School in Ecuador – Rotary eClub One will contribute to the scholarship funds available for students after they graduate from Colegio La Minga.
  • Educational Materials for Tribal Children in South Calcutta, India – The beneficiaries of the project are students in Classes 9-12 (Junior and High school level) at three schools run by the Government of West Bengal, throughout the Dakshin Barasat area of South Calcutta in the West Bengal State of India.
  • Support for the Public Library in Tacna, Peru – The building is in need of repair. The employees of the library and members of the community will do much of the manual labor, but eClub will donate for materials.
  • Promoting Literacy at Rotary Wheel Primary School - Lagos State, Nigeria. The project involves providing support materials (uniforms & sandals) for pupils at a Rotary funded primary school for vulnerable children. Pupils at the school are mostly orphans, street children and children of beggars.
  • Friends of the Arts - Wallace, North Carolina, USA. Funds are to be used to help students with rental of instruments and to purchase instruments that would become part of the school program.
  • Ninos de la Promesa Orphanage Furniture - Tijuana, Mexico. To join the Rotary Club of Tehachapi in supporting Ninos de la Promesa, a well-run program for homeless children from an impoverished neighborhood of Tijuana, Mexico. The funds will be used for the purchase of several lightly used couches for the orphanage family room.
  • PR in the Form of Support for culinary Contest for Adults with Developmental Disabilities – Salernes, France. The local vocational school for people with disabilities of Salernes, France, has programs to train people with disabilities as laundry workers, garden and grounds keepers and cooks and restaurant employees. The school will organize a cooking contest between various training culinary school for people with disabilities.
  • Village Sanitation Program – Kankradi Village, Taluka Umbergaon, Gujrat. This project is a community service project for the poorest section of society in the village. We will be building separate toilet blocks for gentlemen and ladies. The funds will be used for the supplies required to build the toilet.
  • Scholarship to complete Higher Education – Deva Kirubai Social Help Association, India. These funds will be used to pay the balance of Esther Nancy’s final semester/college fees, fees and boarding required to complete her 3 months Field Project/Practical work expenses.
  • Action for the Minority Children – Uganda (“AMCU”) – Bwindi, Uganda. The Rotary eClub One grant will support one year of primary school tuition for 5 students who was have been abandoned by their parents and raised by the organization “Action for the Minority Children – Uganda.” The funding will be used exclusively to pay for the education of the five students (not overhead, etc.).
  • Students Today, Leaders Forever – Minnesota, USA. An integrated group of middle school students will identify, plan, implement, and evaluate service projects within our communities through an afterschool club held weekly during the 2nd semester of the school year. The funds will assist in providing partial scholarships for participation in the service-learning trip for up to 10 at-risk middle school students. Students will have the opportunity to help earn the other portion of their trip expenses.
  • Refrigerator for Piet Van School – Dhaka, Bangladesh. Piet Van School serves 60 extremely poor children living in one of Dhaka’s slums. Most live in very unstable situations. Funds will be used to purchase a refrigerator and a voltage stabilizer to protect against power surges, which are common in Dhaka.
  • Sun Protection for Elementary School Children – Ite Peru. The funds will be used to purchase a large protection tarp. The Rotarians from the Miculla Club in Tacna Peru would purchase and install the tarp over the large play area of the elementary school.


And from previous year:
  • Safe source of drinking water Umueze-Anam Water & Sanitation Project in South-Eastern Nigeria – including drilling of a borehole; provision of a solar panel to power pumping of water from the well.
  • The Vanuatu schools are under-resourced with lack of desks, chairs, books and writing materials. Rotary will fill some of this gap by dealing direct with needy schools. This project has been approved by the Vanuatu government.
  • Water tanks for the Kathyoli Primary School, Kenya. The grant will pay for the transportation and installation of two 10,000-liter water tanks. These tanks will allow the school to harvest and store rainwater.
  • Guatemala Literacy Project. This Grant consists of 3 parts: providing literacy training and reading books in 25 elementary schools; implementing 7 literacy-strengthening textbook projects and establishing 1 computer center.
  • Malingua Pamba Water, Sanitation and Health Project in the Andes of Ecuador for improvements/expansion in the existing Potable Water System, exploration of use of drip watering, initiation of Erosion Control, providing modified Rocket Stoves, availability of ‘family-sized’ hot “houses-greenhouses”, availability of ‘family-sized composting toilets” with courses in how to properly use them and additional organic farming training and follow-up nutrition courses.
  • Economic Empowerment for Women, Zimbabwe, as part of a Global Grant led by the Denver Mile High RC
  • Water and Sanitation Project, Kenya, as part of a Global Grant led by RC of Hendersonville.
  • The Carlson Spencer Foundation Colorado providing care packages to be used in crisis to prevent suicide.
  • Sri Lanka Scholarships.
  • One Spade Youth Packers Montana to give the kids an outdoor ?experience with horses and mules that may otherwise be unattainable to them, to instill discipline and respect for themselves, others and nature.
  • Bijou Community School new Playground, Lake Tahoe, California
  • Chairs and privacy curtains for the Langi Dispensary, a nurse- run community health facility in a rural part of Kenya.
  • Provides scholarships for two students to attend Rocky Mountain RYLA Colorado
  • Food for undernourished teens in Minnesota
  • Support for a Colorado camp for children aged 7-16 years old ?who have IBD (Inflammatory Bowel disease). ?We ask that you please consider a contribution that would equal the price of a meal, to support this site and continue the many Rotary eClub One projects.