Rotary Club of Aggieland Funds Grant to El Salvador Orphanage
Robert Horton, representing SHIP accepts grant from Sarah Misemer, President of the Rotary Club of Aggieland for El Salvador Orphange.
Bryan— Rotary Club of Aggieland is proud to announce it will be providing a 3rd grant in the amount of $3,900 to SHIP (Shelter the Homeless International Project) that will aid in the development of a water harvesting system for an Orphanage in El Salvador. Because water is provided to the orphanage by an unreliable public private partnership, every method of conservation and capturing water is crucial. The Club has provided two previous project grants for the El Salvador Orphanage that provided textbooks, clothing, food, and various other supplies.
Rotary International encourages the involvement and stewardship of Rotarians right here in our community and across the world. If projects such as this interest you, consider joining the Rotary Club of Aggieland with a membership of over 40. Rotary Club of Aggieland meets at 11:45 AM every Thursday at Traditions Country Club.
In the attached picture, Sarah Misemer as President of Rotary Club Aggieland presents a check in the amount of $3,900 to Robert Horton with SHIP.
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