Rotary Club of Woodland Hills  2016/17 Accomplishments
  • Nigeria –Built Toilet facilities to meet basic human needs, increase and improve sanitation to decrease child mortality.
  • Uganda-Financially  assisted orphan girl (Helen) that was born with abnormal bladder(exstopy)  to have corrective surgery in India
  • India- Grant to support five clinics performing club foot surgeries for a period of 3 years.
  • Phillipines- Grant to provide surgeries to children born with cleft lip and palate.
  • Multiple Third World Countries (Days for Girls) Provide feminine hygiene kits for the poor.
  • Participated in “boots on the ground” project in Merida Mexico building playgrounds, planting trees and assisting the poor in the community.
Community Service
  • Canoga Park – Fullbright Elementary School
    • Provided Christmas gifts for K-3rd graders.
    • Provided Thanksgiving Baskets to 80 needy families.
  • San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission
    • Provided supplies to homeless babies
    • Grant to launch Mobile Shower Unit-to provide showers and sanitary services to the homeless in the Valley.      
  • Provided breakfast to 40 residents with El Camino Real High School students
  • Congregation Or Ami – Grant to purchase food truck to feed homeless in Los Angeles.
  • Adopt a Senior – Grant to assist low income seniors in the Valley.
  • Cancer Wellness Center – Grant to provide services which include weekly support groups, stress management and educational workshops.
  • Methodist Church – Provided snack bags for 140 homeless men and women.
  • Reseda Elementary – Grant to provide graphic and art printmaking workshop for all 4th & 5th graders (140)
  • Braille Institute – Grant to assist in programs for low income blind.
  • Valley Women’s Center – Grant to assist in programs and therapy to victims of domestic violence.
  • City of Angels Ballet – Grant to provide outreach programs for children in underserved communities. Students receive ballet classes and earn college credits .
  • Fleet Street- Funding and volunteering. Our signature project.  Program that teaches at risk youth and court mandated youth to repair bikes. They learn discipline team work and rehabilitation. This is a City of LA recognized program that does events in low income areas.
  • Honored Topanga LAPD officers and their families with Officers and Staff of the Quarter awards
Vocational Services
  • Provide speakers at Taft High school every week for the Find Your Calling Club discuss various vocations with the students.
  • Get Empowered Get Employed program at Taft & El Camino High School
Youth Services
  • Coat for Kids Project. We donated 525 coats to New Directions for Youth and the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Award- 5 students going to a weekend leadership retreat.
  • High School Graduating Seniors Scholarship for 4 students in SFV in progress.
  • Interact KIDS are planning for a “Feed the Homeless Project” (Pending)
  • Foster teens Christmas party
  • Valentine Cards making and distribution to a convalescent home by the Pacific Lodge 
  • Junior Achievement introduced to Reseda Elementary School
  • Grants were made to the below non profits:
    • Still Point Resources    
    • City of Angels ballet       
    • Back Pack Project for NDY kids (100)  
    • Boys Scout of America Project 
    • Fleet Street Bicycle Project 
    • Miss San Fernando Pageant Scholarship
    • City of Hope
    • Rotacare