Director of Gift of Life International, Fredlee Ann Kaplan recently visited our club. She gave us the great news that Natasha, pictured here, was recently treated in a Ugandan facility supported by the Rotary Club of Wall Street! Thanks for the update and for sharing Natasha’s infectious smile!
Interested in supporting organizations like Gift of Life by becoming a member of Rotary? Check out our membership information here!
Thanks to all who helped at Nazareth Housing’s annual holiday party!
In case you missed it, here are a few little clips of Santa who was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to attend!
Let’s keep the festive spirit going with a holiday party of our own this Wednesday at 6:00 PM at Bavaria Bierhaus. Please sign up and purchase your tickets here.
Site Information: NY Cares Day Fall 10/22/2016 – Pls Register ASAP by Sept 16
On Saturday, October 22nd from 9.30am to 2.00pm, thousands of volunteers will roll up their sleeves again to give New York City public schools a makeover on the 22nd Annual New York Cares Day Fall.
Rotary Joins Hands has a site assignment on Prospect Park, Brooklyn: HS 548 K – Brooklyn School of Music and Theatre at 883 Classon Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225 (4 min. from Franklin Ave stop 2,3,4,5).
In order to keep our site, please ensure to register as soon as you can, ideally by September 16.
The Rotary Club of Metro NYC will be joining hands with Rotaract United Nations, the Rotary Clubs of Harlem and Wall Street, and other Rotarians as one Rotary Team – Rotary Joins Hands!
On New York Cares Day Fall, we’ll paint murals in the hallways and stairwells of HS 548 K, and organize the “Vault” used by students in their theater and arts programs.
To participate in this event, please click on following link, and from there on the green SIGN UP button (if you haven’t registered with NY Cares before, you will need to create an account) https://www.newyorkcares.org/new-york-cares-day-for-schools/team?tid=a024000000XDErTAAX
Welcome to the family, T250! In partnership with Rotary Club of Metro NYC, we raised funds to help the Bowery Mission buy this new van!
SAVE THE DATE! BE A SPONSOR!
Join us to help fight hunger in NYC at a fundraiser social at Farm Candy, a lifestyle store in the heart of South Street Seaport. We will have a wine tasting courtesy of our wine sponsor Voga Italia and our host Farm Candy. There will be light appetizers served.
There will be a 50/50 raffle, and a raffle for prizes (gift baskets and more) donated by our sponsors (confirmed sponsors: Voga Italia, Rotary Club of Ocho Rios East Jamaica) and our host Farm Candy.
We look forward to seeing you!
We are having a fundraising social at Woodrow’s on Murray Street. We will be meeting in their private event space downstairs, which has its own bar and various seating areas. Their daily specials include $5 happy hour drink specials, drafts starting at $4, $6 house cocktails, and last but not least: a burger with choice of fries and select beer/red sangria for $10.
Your ticket includes a $6 drink coupon to be redeemed that evening at the bar. We are fundraising for the Youth Leadership Council.
There will be a 50/50 raffle (1 ticket for $5, 5 for $20), Door prizes (JoS. A. Bank and Macy’s gift certificates), and Raffle of painting ($50/raffle ticket) by famous Portuguese artist Joaquim G. Pinto. Mr. Pinto will be available to sign the painting.
43 Murray Street
New York, NY 10007
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Buy tickets in advance here:
- The Rotary Club of Wall Street’s Youth Leadership Council sponsored the High School of Economics and Finance Book Club and sponsored the purchase of 285 books selected by the faculty and student advisors.
- The Rotary Club of Wall Street’s Youth Leadership Council sponsored the Creative Diplomacy Leadership conferences of Model United Nations which include high level debates, research and presentation of distinct writing papers for adopting the final resolutions.
- These leadership projects are essential to the High School of Economics and Finance such as, but not limited to, promoting prejudice reduction education and addressing the problems of bias based on a victim’s race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, economic status, or disability.
We are happy to share that Dea (one of the children we helped receive surgery through Gift of Life) is in 7th grade now and doing well!
Thank you to all our volunteers from the Nazareth Holiday Party! We were able to serve 200 community members with food, crafts, gifts & fellowship!
We are in need of several more volunteers for the Nazareth Housing Holiday Party on December 11. At a minimum we need 10 volunteers per shift.
At the Nazareth Housing Holiday Party volunteers serve food, work at craft tables and help Santa deliver toys to the children at the party.
Two shifts available: 5-7pm & 6:30 – 9pm.
A minimum of 10 volunteers per shift are needed.
Sign up here: