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Serving Our Community, Locally and Worldwide

Chartered in 1986, the Rotary members of Columbia/Patuxent are a diverse group of business and professional leaders from the Columbia and Howard County area who take an active role in their communities while enriching their personal and professional lives.

We volunteer in communities at home and abroad to help those in need, support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger and improve the health and lives of so many. We are the county’s largest club and each year we are active in the most service projects. We raise and give more money than any other club in the county. To date we have contributed $150,000 to the Rotary Foundation.

Contact Info:

Rotary Club of Columbia Patuxent

PO Box 1292

Columbia MD 21044

info@columbiarotary.com

January 24, 2020 - Grants & mini-classifications

  • Description:
    Geoff Carton talks about the club grants process, and we introduce "mini-classification" talks from longer-term (don't call us older) members
     
    Street: 10431 Twin Rivers Rd,
    City/Town: Columbia, MD 21044
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  • Created by: Cliff Feldwick

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New Programs of Scale grants for new year

By Victor Barnes, Director of Programs & Grants

3818713044?profile=RESIZE_710xIn 2013, Rotary set out on its new grant model under the Future Vision Plan, in the hopes that the approach would enhance the scope, impact, and sustainability of humanitarian projects. More than six years later, and with over $460 million invested in almost 7,000 projects across the globe,…

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The Heartstrong Foundation focuses on raising funding and awareness around congenital heart defects. 1 in 100 babies are born with a heart defect, and it is the number 1 birth defect. Life with congenital heart defects (CHD) does not exist without intervention, most often open heart surgery within the first few months of life. It takes a lot of strength to…

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