Community Service

Director: Alexandra Keegan Alexandra Keegan

Community Services focuses on the third component of the Object of Rotary by serving the Escondido community  through a wide and diverse range of grants and programs for various community, youth, and non-profit organizations,   including, but not limited to Boy Scouts, Interact, and other types of community service grants.
Grants: 
Alexandra Keegan 

Hands On: Ron Smith

Rotarians at Work: Keith Richenbacher

 

 

Grants: Alexandra Keegan

Escondido Rotary Club is looking to support local non-profit organizations that provide services directly to the residents of Escondido. We focus on: hunger relief, education for children and youth, and care for elderly and Escondido residents in need. If your organization is at least 3 years old and registered as a 501(c)(3) in the State of California, we would like to hear your story, what you do, and how our local community benefits from your work. The Grant Application for 2021 funding is available now. Deadline for submission is July 30th, 2021.

 

Hands On: Ron Smith

In 2021 we are determined to build 50 foldable desks for local school children who do not have a designated space at home to study and do their homework. These desks will be distributed through the Escondido school district. We encourage everyone (Rotarians and non-Rotarians) to contribute to this project. The funds will be spent on wood, screws, and other things we need to build these little foldable desks for kids.

Make your check payable to the Escondido Rotary Foundation, and mail it to:

Escondido Rotary Foundation

Attn: Ron Smith

P.O.Box 1822,
Escondido, CA  92033-1822
Foldable Desk
 
 

 

 

 

 

Rotarians at Work: Keith Richenbacher

Keith Richenbacher is working with San Pasqual Academy to connect their sudents and Escondido Rotarians in effort to brighten the kids' holiday season with little gifts, and provide them with necessary school supplies.

San Pasqual Academy, a first-in-the-nation residential education campus designed specifically for foster youth, serves as a placement option for dependents of the Juvenile Court, 12-17 years old, and Non-Minor Dependents (NMDs) up to age 19 years old.

We encourage everyone (Rotarians and non-Rotarians) to support our Rotarians at Work program by contributing to the Escondido Rotary Foundation.

Make your check payable to the Escondido Rotary Foundation, and mail it to:

Escondido Rotary Foundation
Attn: Keith Richenbacher
P.O.Box 1822,
Escondido, CA  92033-1822

 

Thank You The Sponsors That Make Our Mission Possible

  • Rancho Guejito
  • Le Grande Gourmet
  • Dr Bronners
  • Le Sommelier
  • Grande Laundry
  • Conrad Companies
  • Palomar Health

Maitre D'

  • mission pools
  • baker electric
  • pacific western bank
  • Rick Greenstein
  • Hugins & Company
  • skay grossman
  • brecht
  • sullivan

Chef's Inner Circle

  • aelott
  • shuster oil
  • hanson realty
  • stees walker
  • raymond foundation
  • vaughn north

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