Every Friday, a Rotarian volunteers two hours to Meals on Wheels to distribute meals to the needy.
We've set up a SignUp Genius page to facilitate the process of claiming spots for Meals on Wheels delivery.
Come help raise money in support of two local organizations who support our community! Community Cafe at St Andrews Episcopal Church, which holds a homemade, hearty dinner every Thursday night for those in need even throughout the pandemic! Taproot Kitchen, which provides adults with autism and intellectual disabilities with culinary training and meaningful employment.
Tickets are $25 for ONE homemade soup FLIGHT of (4)-16oz containers.
Curbside pickup from 1-4 pm at Good Shepherd Catholic Church 867 Grays Woods Blvd Port Matilda. Show your ticket and your soup will be delivered to your car!
Tickets are available through St Andrews Cafe, a Community Cafe member, or from a State College Rotarian. Please message us if you have questions about the event, or if you want to purchase a ticket!
The four soups that will be made are:
Dictionaries for 3rd grade students in State College and Penns Valley
International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians – Honor local scouts by participating in their Court of Honor, when they receive rank of Eagle Scout or Gold Award. Honorees are presented with a Rotary Four-Way Test Challenge Coin, certificate and a donation is made in their name to Polio Plus.
Salvation Army – Red Kettle Campaign – volunteers ring the bell for donations. December 2021
Walmart North Atherton, Grocery Entrance
We are developing a Rotary Global Grant for Water Filtration Systems in rural Western India.
It will serve 30 schools in Palghar, Maharashtra, India.
Twice a year, Rotarians clean up a section of Route 26 between Whitehall Road and Pine Grove Mills.
Peanuts for Polio
We obtain grants for local projects. Rotary District 7360 matches 100% of what the club contributes. Some of the past District community grants are listed below.
Our club has awarded these grants for many years to local organizations.
September is Stock the Box month for ShelterBox (SB), a global organization who believes in shelter as a human right – that shelter from the chaos of disaster and conflict is vital.
There is a crispness in the air and that means it’s time for the Annual State College Rotary Take-Out Meal Sale (aka Sandwich Sale.
For $10, you have a choice of either Turkey or Roast Beef on a fresh baked roll (prepared by DelGrosso Foods), pickle slices, bag of chips and chocolate chip cookie (fresh from Penn State Bakery).
Partnering with local law enforcement, Rotary provides (free) Child ID USB keys to Centre Country parents.
Salvation Army – Red Kettle Campaign – volunteers ring the bell for donations. December 2021Walmart North Atherton, Grocery Entrance