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District Grants

Global Grant #18-73262

(2018) Rotary Club of Channel Islands, Rotary Club of St. Petersburg and Future Smile China.
Provide cleft lip and palate surgeries in Nanyang.

2009

Grant # 64579

Rotary Club of Panama City, Panama and the Rotary Club of St. Petersburg $76,010

Operation Smile.  The purpose of this grant was to purchase medical/surgical equipment to help outfit a surgical center for Operation Smile in Panama.  Operation Smile conducts medical missions in some 50 countries around the world to provide plastic reconstructive surgery to children and adults for free. 

2010

Grant # 64579

Rotary Club of Asuncion Paraguay and Rotary Club of St. Petersburg, Florida $58,177

Operation Smile.  The purpose of this grant was to purchase medical/surgical equipment to help outfit a surgical center for Operation Smile in Paraguay.  Operation Smile conducts medical missions in some 50 countries around the world to provide plastic reconstructive surgery to children and adults for free. 

2010

Grant # 73553

Rotary Club of St. Petersburg and the Rotary Club of East Nassau

This grant funded a ventilator to address the needs of premature babies at Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas. 

2012-2013

Grant # 77139

Rotary Club of Sariaya, Rotary Club of Pinellas Park, Rotary Club of Inverness,  and the Rotary Club of St. Petersburg $11,020. 

This grant provided an irrigation and Water supply facility for the community located in Sariaya, Quezon, Philippines. 

This grant funded a ventilator to address the needs of premature babies at Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas. 

2013

Grant

St. Petersburg Free Clinic Family Residence – The Rotary House

The Rotary Clubs in area 1, District 6950 committed to $60,000 to have the naming rights to one of the homes in the St. Petersburg Free Clinic’s Family Residence.  The Family residence is one of eight programs of the Free Clinic, and has been open since April of 2013.  Several grants over the 6 year period were secured to complete this commitment.  The top priority was to provide a safe, clean environment for the families while on the path to permanent housing.  A relationship has continued with the Free Clinic and the residents of the Family Residence. 

2015-2016

Grant

$12,200 Rotary Clubs of District 6950

This grant provided a school bus for the children in the Stone Town area of Zanzibar.  The district hosted an exchange student from the area and she was sending her stipend back home instead of spending it here, so that her village could purchase a school bus.  The district embraced the selflessness of this young lady and assisted her by securing a matching grant to purchase the bus.