Rotarians are a diverse group of professionals who share the drive to give back and change the World.
  To do this we need  YOU 
How We Help
Like other Rotary clubs, we feel the responsibility to take on projects that range from international to local. We meet in Montgomery County, Maryland, which despite its reputation for relative wealth, has needs. Our signature local community activities are giving out dictionaries to all the third graders in several local elementary schools and distributing Valentine Day gifts to homeless women.  Our signature international activities support Believe in Belize and Inspire Ethiopia.  Learn more by visiting our Foundation page.
What's Happening (Archives)
"Alan, Thank you for giving so much of your time to organize and implement the Dictionary Project again this year.  Your dedication to improve literacy where you live has had a profound impact on the children in your community.  Your kindness and support show what community service looks like.  Please let me know how we can implement your ideas to include more people.  You are always welcome to visit our office when your travels bring you to South Carolina.  Sincerely, Mary French, The Dictionary Project Director"
Dictionary Project Facts
To date, more than 35,617,000 children have received a dictionary thanks to the generosity of Dictionary Project sponsors.  Over 3,770 Rotary Clubs, 65 Rotary Districts and 14 Rotaract Clubs have participated in The Dictionary Project.  Rotarians have given over 18,360,000 dictionaries since 2002.  Dictionary Projects provide dictionaries to students in all 50 states and over 40 countries.
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