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End Hunger 3.6 program received recognition as the BEST community service program in Rotary District 7470.  The End Hunger 3.6 program packaged 123,000 meals with the help of 600 hundred volunteers, 30 sponsors and the participation of 15 other Rotary clubs in the District.  All meals were distributed locally to numerous organizations serving those in need.  
Madison Rotary also received recognition as having the BEST membership development plan which has led to 19 new members joining the club this year.  Club leadership and club members recognize that growing membership is a top priority since the more members that belong the more we can fulfill Rotary's motto Service Above Self.
The Madison Club E-Bulletin received 3 recognitions - BEST overall newsletter, BEST newsletter format and Best overall content.  This is the 2nd year the club newsletter has received these awards.
All new and prospective new members of Madison Rotary Club are invited to attend a Fireside Chat, which will be held June 7th from 6:00 to 8:30 pm at the home of Barry Kroll.  This is a social evening designed to learn about Rotary, its work in our community, nationally and worldwide.  RSVP to Barry Kroll at
Barry Kroll has been selected by District Governor Margit Rahill as 2017 Rotarian of the Year.  
Embodying “Service Above Self,” Barry is an exemplary Rotarian who provides strong leadership, tirelessly shares his knowledge and skills, generously donates financial and in-kind resources and works countless hours in various capacities with the Madison Club, many districts, the Zone, and Rotary International to further the mission of Rotary. The Madison club, District 7470 and the tens of thousands of people we serve have directly benefited from his efforts. An outstanding Rotarian especially dedicated to the growth and future of Rotary with a multitude of accomplishments in membership, training, youth, technology and communications, Barry is a role model for our club, district and beyond.
On Saturday, March 25, 2017, the Madison Rotary Club Foundation and the Madison Rotary Club packaged 123,000 meals that will be distributed to local organizations serving those in need.  Packaging took place at the Simon Forum at Drew University for 9 am to 3 pm.  Over 500 volunteers, people of all ages, participated in the event.  25 groups including many churches, non-profit organizations, community organizations and 15 Rotary Clubs from Rotary District 7470 took part in the event.  A special thank you to all of the individual donors and our sponsors listed below whose contributions made this amazing event possible.  Watch the video below to see the excitement of the day.
Thank you End Hunger Sponsors
$5,000 and above
Investors Bank
Madison Rotary Club Foundation
$2,500 - $4,999
Drew University
Madison Rotary Club
New Jersey Hills Media Group
$1,000 - $2,499
Grace Episcopal Church
Grace Episcopal Confirmation Class
Morristown Rotary Club
Nautilus Diner
TD Bank
Presbyterian Church of Madison
Theresa Christie
$500 - $999
Christine Boyle
ConnectOne Bank
Fulton Bank
Margaret Baggeley
Nancy Adamczyk
Missy Durham
Patricia Miller
Phillipsburg Rotary Club
Ray Freaney
Sheeleigh Family
$250 - $499
Andy Boles
Ben Wolkowitz
Bernardsville Rotary Club
Bob Chapman
Brigitte Richter-Hajduk
Chatham Rotary Club
Denville Rotary Club
Dover Rotary Club
East Orange Rotary Club
Glen Ridge Congregational Church
Glen Ridge Rotary Club
Haralampoudis Family Fund
Irvington Rotary Club
Liz Parker
Livingston Rotary Foundation
Maplewood Rotary Club
Maureen Byrne
Montclair Rotary Club
Provident Bank
Rockaway Rotary Club
Stacy Russo, CPA
Starker Family
Washington Rotary Club
West Orange Rotary Club
The Rotary Club of Madison has an enthusiastic and engaged network of ordinary people doing extraordinary things to serve humanity in our local and global communities. We have 80 members and are inviting like-minded individuals to join our successful and vibrant club.  President Jeannie Tsukamoto encourages you to come learn about Rotary by attending a club meeting as our guest.  You have your choice of three weekly meetings: Thursdays, 7:47 am breakfast at the YMCA, 12:15 pm lunch at the Madison Hotel and 6:30 pm hors d'oeuvres at EAT.alian at 90 Park Avenue.  To attend, please stopy by at one of the meetings.  For questions or additional information, contact Barry Kroll, Membership Development Chair, at or 973-476-2772.

"The Madison Area YMCA and Madison Rotary have been partners for many years. Back in 2014, we were delighted to begin providing a $4,000 annual gift to the Y for three years. There are only two other organizations, End Polio and Gift of Life, receiving our support outside of our annual Grants and Sponsorship program.  We greatly value our current partnership with the Y and would like to further our collaboration on service projects, joint fundraising initiatives, marketing, publicity, Rotary membership recruitment, and much more to enhance both organizations’ missions and better serve our community together. We are continuing our annual $4,000 financial gift for an additional three years, 2017 through 2019, totaling $12,000 to the Y. I have the pleasure to present our first payment to Madison Rotarian Diane Mann, CEO of Madison Y."

Madison Rotary is inviting neighbors, business professionals, community leaders and volunteers who are interested in making positive and lasting changes locally and around the world to join our successful and vibrant organization in the New Year. Madison Rotary is excited to announce weekly evening meetings to accommodate many prospective members who are not available to attend meetings during the day. The evening meetings are Thursdays from 6:30PM to 7:15PM at EATalian Bistro, 90 Park Avenue in Madison.
Charity Navigator Upgrades The Rotary Foundation Rating.  The Rotary Foundation has received the highest possible score from , an independent evaluator of charities in the U.S.   In the most recent ratings, released on 1 September, The Rotary Foundation earned the maximum 100 points for both financial health and accountability and transparency.  The ratings reflect how efficiently Charity Navigator believes the Foundation will use donations, how well it has sustained programs and services, and its level of commitment to good governance and openness. In the previous rating, the Foundation had received 97 points.
This commercial is scheduled to be shown 400 times on the Cablevison network in the next 4 months.  If you cannot view the commercial open the newsletter in your browser by clicking link at the top of the EBulletin.
Ian Riseley is a chartered accountant and principal of Ian Riseley and Co., a firm he established in 1976. Prior to starting his own firm, he worked in the audit and management consulting divisions of large accounting firms and corporations.
The Rotary Foundation has continued its steady growth, moving up 35 spots to 85th in The Chronicle of Philanthropy's of the top 400 nonprofit organizations in the United States. The ranking is based on monetary contributions from private sources and reflects the increasing generosity of those who support Rotary's mission.
Upcoming Events
Breakfast, Lunch and Evening- Club Assembly
Jun 01, 2017
2017-2018 Service Opportunities
Breakfast- Jim Greene
Jun 08, 2017
Grants and Sponsorship Distribution (Part I)
Breakfast- Jim Greene
Jun 15, 2017
Grants and Sponsorship Distribution (Part II)
Breakfast- Jim Greene
Jun 22, 2017
Grants and Sponsorship Distribution (Part III)
Installation Dinner
Jun 29, 2017
No regular meetings
Breakfast - Rotary Scholarship Presentation
Jul 06, 2017
Scholarship presented to Students
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