The Rotary Club of Carroll Creek (RCCC) recently surpassed an impressive milestone in giving to the Rotary Foundation – the $1 Million giving mark! The 28-year-old club based in Frederick, Maryland has reached this milestone after building a strong commitment and club culture of giving. RCCC has 111 Paul Harris Fellows in its current membership and many major donors.
“This 28-year journey of RCCC to reach this $1 million milestone was set by their Annual Fund giving model…one that was visioned with clear intentions and managing principles set forth by our Founding Fathers Paul Harris RI and Arch Klumph TRF,” shared District Rotary Foundation Chair, Rich Glover.
“RCCC established the commitment to support the TRF higher giving opportunities and the Annual Fund, which is the engine to our district and global grants giving. There is no drift in giving priorities at RCCC to weigh where to best invest one’s contributions, as we do not have a 501(c)3 Club Foundation,” shared RCCC Foundation Chair David Petrucci. “The work of The Rotary Foundation locally and globally is something we are very committed to as Rotarians. The power of Rotary lives in our ability to work together to serve the world’s citizens.”
Congratulations and thank you to the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek for this impressive accomplishment and commitment.
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