Posted June 15, 2020
Rotary Club of Pensacola President John Trawick announces the Club gave a $5,000 donation to Manna Food Bank to help provide food for those in need due to the Covid-19 Virus and loss of jobs. Trawick noted there is a “300 percent increase in local citizens getting in touch with Manna asking for food”. “Our Club wants to help,” said John.
Each year the Club gives Community Grants by selecting several non-profits who make applications for grants to help their organization with annual operation expenses. Applicants are chosen based on how they address Rotary goals of improving the lives of people and the community.
Community Grants Chair Bruce Partington said that “after review of applications ten non-profits were selected”. A total of $15,000 was distributed to the following: Thirty Million Words Sailing Regatta Pensacola Yacht Club Satori Foundation, Gulf Coast Kids House, AMI Kids, Rotary Youth Camp, ECARE, Ronald McDonald House, Council on Aging, YMCA NW FL, Emmaus Road Outreach, and Alfred Washburn Center.
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Posted January 20, 2021
Each year, the Rotary Club of Pensacola supports community projects with a number of grants to charitable 501(c)3 organizations. The Club supports targeted projects that address areas such as peace and conflict prevention/resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, basic education, and literacy, or economic and community development.
Posted October 1, 2020
The International Guatemala Literacy Project Spark Reading Program has received a Library of Congress Literacy Award. Rotarians in Northwest Florida District 6940 and Rotary International have helped educate over 220,000 Guatemalan indigenous students since 1997.
Posted June 30, 2020
The 2020 Grover Robinson III Award was presented to Dr. Ed Meadows, President of Pensacola State College, and Sandra Robinson Award was presented to Ms. Teri Levin, Co-Owner Levin-Rinke Realty, at the Club Change of Command Ceremony.
Posted June 29, 2020
The Club celebrated successes of the past year during its Change of Command event abord the Pensacola Bay Ferry. Local attorney Sally Fox was installed as the new President.