The Morrisville-Yardley Area Rotary Club has a long history of serving the community and the world. Chartered in 1928, we partner with other service organizations such as the Salvation Army and the Family Backpack Center, helping those who are hungry and in need. We have established a strong partnership with the Morrisville School District, developing a community garden and learning center at the Grandview Elementary School, while also providing books and dictionaries to the school libraries. Each year, a well deserving high school senior is awarded our annual scholarship for academic excellence and outstanding community involvement. In addition, our club sponsors two local high school students for Camp Neidig, a youth leadership development program.
Many of our members volunteer regularly at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen and serve as Canal Tenders for the Friends of the Delaware Canal clean up and preservation. Our club is a proud sponsor of Morrisville Night Out, an annual anti-crime event that brings the community together through fun activities, music, food and information. We hold an annual Easter Egg Hunt and recently embarked on Hands Across the Canal, an inspiring event designed to build community unity.
Globally, the Morrisville-Yardley Area Rotary Club has helped provide fresh, clean drinking water to those affected in Peru, donated wheelchairs to people in need and shelter boxes to those struck by tragedy and disaster. Rotary continues to fight to eradicate polio around the world, and holds fundraisers to provide relief to those less fortunate.
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