We just received word that ALL of the 6th graders in Sondre passed their end of year exams! This is a
huge success for all of these students! We are so proud of them! – Walk in the Light International
We utilize our understanding of community challenges to pinpoint areas requiring assistance, and then employ our proficiency and varied viewpoints to discover a resolution. We frequently collaborate with other Rotary Clubs and external organizations to maximize our resources. Our members dedicate numerous hours and funds to enhance communities and create enduring solutions.
International Committee: To support the efforts of individuals or organizations that provide services to others on an international basis that promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water and sanitation, support education or grow local economies.
Denny Wilford Foundation
Walk in the Light
Provide funding to purchase all needed school supplies for WITL schools as well as needed school repairs. The organization provides education, healthcare, and clean water to impoverished communities in Burkina Faso, Africa.
Contribution to global grant submitted by West Kitsap Rotary Club. Etta Projects has worked in Eastern Bolivia since 2003, giving us 20 years of experience, connections, challenges, and successes. We offer a two
Community Health Promoters, to prepare them to perform life-saving measures, suture wounds, assist with childbirth, administer antibiotics, and educate their community on disease prevention, family planning, nutrition, hygiene, and child,
adolescent, and community health. Back in their villages, they become vocal advocates for the overall health of the 40,000 people they serve.
Corner of Love
School supplies and backpacks for refugee children, distributed by Dan Wilson when he visits Costa Rica in January
World Wide Smiles
Purchases of items needed, such as dental chairs, President and Vice President, World Wide Smiles
Opal House, Guatemala
Contribution to District Grant project (second round funding) to help Opal House expand its water tank (see write-up); this project benefits the Interact students we sponsor to travel to Guatemala to work on projects there, staying at Opal House.
Chair - Lucid, Luellen