When you play Dartmouth Rotary 4 Change, you're helping your community!

This year's beneficiaries include:

Feeding Others of Dartmouth: Margaret’s House

Feeding Others of Dartmouth: Margaret’s House is a non-profit organization that provides nutritious meals, 7 days a week, to under privileged adults, aged 16 and up, in Dartmouth. Many are physically and/or mentally challenged and most are unemployed.

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Rotary Youth Exchange

Youth Exchange is a study-abroad opportunity for young people who spend anywhere from a few weeks to a full year as an international student hosted by local Rotary clubs.

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The Rotary Club of Dartmout East's Community Projects

The Rotary of Dartmouth East has been volunteering and working in the community since 1977.

Some club projects include literacy programs for youth, community clean ups, delivering Christmas dinners, supporting breastfeeding in business, the Halifax Hospice Society, and more. For more information please visit http://rotarydartmoutheast.org/.

For more information about Rotary International visit https://www.rotary.org.

Past beneficiaries include:

MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning

MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning is an alternative arts and technology training center for ‘priority youth’ who are attending school but at risk of not completing their education due to academic and social challenges.

Bridge CAT on Queen St. Dartmouth

 

Freedom Foundation of Nova Scotia

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Freedom Foundation provides services which foster recovery from addictions and develop a positive self-image and self-worth in a secure and caring environment. 

 

 

  

Alice Housing

Alice Housing provides safe second stage housing and supportive counselling to women and children leaving domestic abuse.

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If you know of a charity or not-for-profit organization in Dartmouth that could use some financial support, let us know. Applications for next year's beneficiaries are now being accepted.

Rotary International

We are part of the 1.2 million neighbours, friends and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting changes in our communities and around the world.