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Rotary supports nonprofits
June 15, 2015, 05:00 AM

San Mateo Rotary President Sheila Canzian; Mary D’Apice, grants coordinator for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates); and Dick Bennett, co-chair of the Community Service Funding Advisory Committee of San Mateo Rotary, at a check presentation ceremony June 11. At the ceremony, the San Mateo Rotary Club announced that $15,000 was awarded to four nonprofits serving San Mateo residents as part of the club’s ongoing support of community service projects. The four nonprofits are Peninsula Family Service, Samaritan House, Police Athletic League and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). The grants will be used to support early childhood development, improve a dining hall, combat gang activity and support training for CASA volunteers. The criteria used to make these annual awards by San Mateo Rotary include youth and seniors at risk in our community and programs that do not have an otherwise well-established revenue source. Please see the San Mateo Rotary website at www.sanmateorotary.com for an application and further information.

 

 

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