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Chalk on the Walk - Beneficiaries
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The Rotary Club of Cambridge was founded in 1922 and like all Rotary Clubs throughout the world encourages and fosters the ideal of service above self. Our goal is to build a better world, emphasizing service activities by individuals and groups that enhance the quality of life and human dignity, encouraging high ethical standards and creating peace in the world. A great many local non-profits have benefited from the Cambridge Rotary's contributions over the last 85 years. Here is a sample of the organizations that have received funds recently:

 

Major Beneficiaries

  • Our Place at the Salvation Army - Annual Holiday Party for homeless children, with gifts for all and a visit from Santa Claus
  • National Honor Society at Cambridge Rindge & Latin, Community Charter School of Cambridge and Prospect Hill Academy - $8,000 in scholarships annually at award breakfast for members of the Society
  • Cambridge Schools Mini-Grant Program – grants of $250 - $750 for teachers in the Cambridge Public School with small projects - $5,000 total per year
  • Dictionaries presented to all 3rd graders in Cambridge Public Schools
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Academy -  leadership training for promising youth
  • Innovators 4 Purpose - curriculum materials for STEM tutoring
  • Cambridge Library Literacy Project
  • Breakthrough Cambridge - microscopes for science tutoring
  • Rotary Technology Learning Center (at the Central Square branch library).  A $125,000 project to provide free access to computers & the internet, the Rotary Club's 75th anniversary gift to the City of Cambridge
  • Other Beneficiaries
Cambridge Arts Council        
Cambridge Camping Association                
Cambridge Family YMCA        
Cambridge School Volunteers  
Food for Free Committee      
Student of the Month Program 
The Community Art Center, Inc.

East End House
Boy Scouts
Cambridge YWCA
The Salvation Army
Shelter, Inc.
Friends Forever
Parents Forum

Cambridge Clearing House for Senior Volunteers

Cambridge Family & Children's Service

World Understanding & Peace Dinner