2021/22 Glendora Rotary
Mini-Grants for Teachers
Once again, Glendora Rotarians have exemplified Norman Vincent Peale’s admonition to “Find a need and fill it!” For over 36 years the Rotary Club of Glendora has been instrumental in enhancing the learning experience of Glendora’s K-12 students through one of its signature projects: Mini-Grants for Glendora Teachers. Last year, even with the challenges presented by the global pandemic, the club raised and distributed $15,200 to teachers in the Glendora and Charter Oak School Districts.
To donate to this year’s fundraiser, please visit the link below or send a check to:
Glendora Rotary Charities
PO Box 776
Glendora, CA 91740
The idea for this annual Rotary project was to provide modest grants to teachers to enhance and improve the teaching process. Among other things, faculty members use these grants to secure classroom materials, link curriculum among varying disciplines, purchase supplementary reference books, and fund educational field trips or special lectures.
Thank you to last year’s donors!
|Thom & Sheryl Hill||Crestwood Communities|
|John Watson||Mike & Kitty Garvey|
|Art & Sarah Ludwick||Angela Gee|
|Jim Nakano||Daniel Boyer|
|Bob Verhoef||Pam Richards|
|Athens Services Inc.||Maria Kypreos|
|Antoine Sayegh||Keith Hilliard|
|Gene Morrill||Art Cook Fund Donation|
|Loretta Bryne||Donut Man|
|Craig Henderson||Christine Smith|
|Gary Boyer||Mary Exton|
|Citrus Edge Realty||Janet Stone|
|Jane Bock||Dennis Beckwith|
|Jack Gordon||Sherry & Gerald Heinrich|
|Gary & Kathy Boyer||Rose Wentz|
Co-chairs of the Mini-Grants for Teachers project, Thom Hill and Joe Cina, are delighted to report that with this year’s donations the total contribution level since inception is now over $500,000! The best part is that over the span of three-plus decades Mini-Grants have assisted hundreds of teachers to provide teaching aids for thousands of students!
The members of the Glendora Rotary Club would be grateful that you, too, “found a need to fill!”
Mini-Grants for Teachers Program – (October-January) For more than 30 years, the Club has been enhancing the educational experiences of K-12 students in the City of Glendora by sponsoring Mini-Grants for Teachers. The committee kicks off the program at the first club meeting in October. Teachers (usually three) who earned grants from the previous academic year are invited to explain how their grants made a difference in the classroom. The subsequent grants are juried by club members and school district personnel. Grants are awarded in January at a location to be determined.