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Humanity in Motion
...Combining Service with Fun since 2005
 
We are known for our vibrant, lively fellowship meetings and fun loving approach in our work
implementing numerous service projects.  Our primary focus has been on Literacy, Youth
and International Service.

What is Rotary?  We are a worldwide network of clubs consisting of inspired individuals who translate their passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities.  Rotary International is the driving force behind the effort to eliminate Polio from the world.
 
Who Are We?  We are professional and business folks living and/or working in Peoria who believe in and appreciate the need to provide service in our community and worldwide.  We value:
Service     Leadership    Integrity    Fellowship    Diversity
 
So What Do We Do?
We sponsor Interact Clubs and Students of the Month programs at Mountain Ridge
     & Deer Valley High Schools
We select and send students to a Rotary Youth Leadership camp each January.
We adopted a Title One Elementary School and support their library, special reading
     programs and provide lower grade students with personal reading books.
With two other Rotary Clubs, supply dictionaries to all third graders in the Peoria
     Unified School District
We directly support, through Rotary Foundation Grants and with members in
     country participation, the Guatemala Literacy Project which provides Text Books,                          Computers in rural area schools
Through grants, sponsored and/or contributions, our Club has provided:
Obtained grants, sponsored and/or contributed to:
 Material and computers for two women's literacy program sites in Puebla, Mexico;
 Vans, fencing and completely equipped a kitchen for an Orphanage in S. Africa;
Water Wells in Togo, West Africa;
Neonatal equipment for a hospital in Mexico;
Water wells and distribution systems in Kenya and Mexico;
Micro Credit program in Mexico;
Wheelchair Distributions in Puebla, Hermosillo & Cuernavaca, Mexico
 
Editor: George Wheeler   Date: April 13 2017