The Rotary Club of Salisbury recently distributed more than $38,000 from funds raised during the club’s 2020 3-Point Initiative. 

Thanks to a number of generous sponsors who stepped forward in support of the club and the 3-Point Initiative, The Rotary Club of Salisbury was able to provide funding to 10 local nonprofits. The club is grateful for support received for this program from the Donnie Williams Foundation, Richard Henson Foundation, Richard and Patricia Hazel Charitable Fund, First Shore Federal Savings and Loan, and individual donors.

In its 11 years, more than $165,000 has been donated in support of community agencies and organizations that support the 3-Point Initiative’s mission of responsibility, integrity and academic achievement.

This year a total of $38,313 was divided between ten deserving non-profit organizations.

•           The Child and Family Foundation (1 Yr. to Empowerment)
•           Community of Joy Church (Art program at Community Garden)
•           Destination Imagination (national competition)
•           Epoch Dream Center (summer school, tutoring, virtual learning)
•           Horizons Delmarva (summer program and tutoring)
•           Main Street gym (scholarship and citizenship education)
•           Off Street Sports (wellness, fitness, and scholarship)
•           Rebirth Inc. (school support and counseling for kids of color)
•           Salisbury Urban Ministries (Kids Café homework, tutoring, and support)
•           United Way (Imagination Library).

The Rotary Club of Salisbury meets Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. in the Rotary Scout and Community Center at 1715 Riverside Drive in Salisbury and/or via Zoom.

To learn more about the Rotary Club of Salisbury or to obtain membership information, please contact Membership Chairman Ginnie Malone at 410-251-6188 or or visit the club’s website at