About Club
Rotary Club of Greenbelt
 
Address Regular Mail (especially donations) to:
Greenbelt Rotary Club
C/O Wick Caldwell, Treasurer
16112 Parklawn Place
Bowie, MD 20716
 
The Rotary Club of Greenbelt is an organization of professional men and women most of whom either live or work in the Greenbelt area. We were founded in 1988.  Rotary members come from many professions and backgrounds; we have bankers, attorneys, teachers, realtors, travel agents, physicians, accountants, and a geologist among others. 
Our meetings are on Tuesday mornings at 7:45 AM.   We meet for breakfast at the Marriott Hotel on Ivy lane in Greenbelt.  Our meeting concludes at 8:45 AM.  We host guest speakers on a wide variety of topics.  We are just one of over 33,000 Rotary Clubs in 160 nations worldwide that provide scholarships, support both local causes and international causes to help, and assist in a variety of projects to improve our community and our world.      
 
Just a few of the Projects and Causes we have supported over the years 
 
•    College Scholarships to local high school students at Roosevelt & DuVal HS
•    Our “Feed the Homeless Project” assists hundreds monthly in Hyattsville 
•    Help found the first D.A.R.E Program in the United States – Here in Greenbelt 
•    Raise funds to assist with Rotary Polio Plus Program worldwide
•    Support the students and teachers at Springhill Lake Elementary School
•    Environmental Projects to help clean local streams and Anacostia watershed 
•    Fund local student in leadership training and attend training camp
•    Collect and Deliver food, clothing and money to disaster victims 
•    A Sponsor of the Greenbelt Labor Day Festival each year –“Citizen of the Year”
•    Assist local Greenbelt Fire Department with purchase of safety equipment
•    Assist with local blood drives through the Red Cross
•    Our bicycle project provided bicycles to hundreds in Jamaica
•    Each December we assist with Salvation Army Bell Ringing collections
•    Assisted with funding for construction of a School in Guatemala  
•    Help support the Interact Club at Eleanor Roosevelt High School
•    Purchase of Shelter Boxes to help victims of disasters worldwide
•    Venezuelan Burn Center – supporting children to recovery 
•    Monarch Butterfly Garden teaching ecosystem development at local Elementary 
•    Smile Train – Doctors correcting Cleft Palate and facial deformities
•    Disaster Relief – Truckload of supplies for victims of Katrina & Iowa floods
•    Each Year Deliver over 1,000 Dictionaries to 3rd graders in Northern PG Schools 
•    Helped Build “Promise House”  Orphan Home in Lusaka, Zambia 
Supported through Fundraising Projects: Super Bowl Pool, Golf Events & Silent Auction
We invite You to join us any Tuesday Morning @ 7:45 AM for breakfast at the Greenbelt Marriott as our guest.   Come enjoy the fellowship, hear great speakers and meet interesting people as we work together to improve our community and our world.  
For More information contact: President,  Scott Sibley 301-807-8629  sfsibley@gmail.com
or  Steve Kemp   stevekemp77@gmail.com  301-237-8098