International Projects:
Annual Contribution to PolioPlus
Our club provides annual contributions as part of our regular fundraising efforts to help eradicate Polio worldwide!!  Across the world, Rotary has contributed over $1.7 billion for polio eradication.  As of 7/3/2018, only 11 cases have been reported in 2 countries.  Through Rotary efforts, over 2.5 billion children have been immunized in 122 countries.  We expect to eradicate polio in 2020.

DKSHA Cornerstone Orphanage Campus in Mullippadi, India.
Deva Kirubai Social Help Association (DKSHA) provides holistic education to 85 orphan, semi-orphan, destitute children through residential programs (orphanages) and 300 intellectually slower children participate in evening tuition centers in 15 villages around DKSHA. DKSHA generates awareness on child rights, life coping skills, and link with livelihood programs to women self-help-groups. Thus DKSHA covers about 600 women and their families. DKSHA has a Farmers club in the village having both men and women as members. The main focus is sustainable agriculture using organic methods of cultivation.
We have provided financial contributions to help setup Solar Power and ongoing support for maintaining their important building needs.
In 2018, the founder (Isaac) visited our club and spoke told us many wonderful stories about how Rotary clubs around the world have helped these children, and individual "Success Stories" that this orphanage has brought to improve the overall quality of life.  See More about DKSHA Orphanage:
Dave (eClub One fellow member), Isaac (DKSHA Orphanage), and Jenni (Breckenridge Mountain Rotary)