Join us on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, January 20, 2020.


Over 300 volunteers will work together to package 130,000+ meals to be distributed in Durham, Orange, Wake, and Johnston Counties through the Interfaith Food Shuttle. This project is a collaboration between 15 District 7710 Rotary Clubs, Duke University, Interfaith Food Shuttle, and Duke School.

As a key participating club in this District Grant, we are looking for broad participation from our club. Last year, this event sold out. Please sign-up early. Click HERE to register. 


We are also conducting a food drive, beginning immediately, to help re-stock the food pantries at Durham Tech and North Carolina Central University after the holidays.  We are asking members to consider bringing non-perishable items at each club meeting for the next 6 weeks leading up to the event.  Bring donations to our club meetings, or if you are volunteering bring donated items to the January 21 event.

The most-needed items are as follows:

  • Protein: cans or pouches of tuna, salmon, or chicken;
  • Peanut butter (jelly or jam too!);
  • Shelf-stable microwaveable or canned meals (e.g. chili, beef stew, ravioli, etc.);
  • Rice (boxes or microwaveable pouches);
  • Pasta, noodles, and jarred or canned pasta sauces;
  • Boxed macaroni and cheese mixes; ramen noodles;
  • Dried or canned beans;
  • Canned vegetables;
  • Canned or dried fruit; and
  • Cereal, granola bars.

volunteer picAnnual Salvation Army Bell Ringing

Rotary Club of Raleigh once again will staff the Salvation Army Bucket at the Walmart store on New Hope Church Road in Raleigh. Project runs 12/2 through 12/24.
 
Remember shifts are an hour long but overlapping every half hour.
 
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