The Rotary Club of Winnetka-Northfield recently awarded more than $35,000 to 17 organizations that are “doing good in the world”, according to its Facebook page.
This is the 89th year the Rotary Club of Winnetka-Northfield has supported the works of local and international organizations through its community grants, according to an announcement.
,” Patti Van Cleave, president of the Winnetka-Northfield Rotary Charitable Foundation said in an announcement.
In 2012, the Rotary Club partnered with Operation Warm to provide more than 670 new winter coats to children from low-income families in Cicero, Highwood and the North Shore.
Here’s the list of the 17 organizations that were awarded community grants:
- Adaptive Adventures
- Allowance for Good
- Between Friends
- Blues Kids Foundation
- Family Promise Chicago North Shore
- Free Wheel Chair Mission
- Holy Family Ministries
- One World Medical
- Jewish Council for Youth Services
- Josephinum Academy
- The Josselyn Center
- LINKS North Shore Youth Health Service
- Literature for All of Us
- Meals at Home
- Special Gifts Theatre
- Winnetka Community House
- Winnetka Youth Organization
For more about each of the organizations, read: Rotary Club of Winnetka-Northfield Makes Annual Grants to Local Agencies
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