Shredding for a Cause! Not just paper but electronics: October 22

Do you have old computers, monitors, TV's, printers, faxes, files or unwanted papers that need shredding?
Bring them to TAB Shredding, 341 Cooper Road, West Berlin, NJ on Saturday, October 22 from 9 am to noon and we can have them shredded or safely disposed of at a reasonable cost.
 
Just drive up and we will take it from there.
$25 for each computer, hard drive etc.*
$30 for up to 3 bags/boxes of paper. $10/bag or box after that.
Cash or check only.
 
*cannot accept items with broken screens or cases, spilled toner, or broken open TV's or monitors.
Please share this event with your friends or colleagues. Open to businesses or individuals.
 
Thanks to TAB Shredding for their support of our club. Almost all funds received will support our club's various projects.
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Club receives the Rotary International Citation for second year in a Row!

For the second straight year (2021-220, the Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club has received the Rotary Citation, the most significant award a Rotary club can achieve. Rotary's announcement states: "This past year, your club demonstrated a commitment to achieve its goals, which ultimately helps strengthen Rotary and shape our future." Thanks and congratulations to our members whose contributions made this possible!
Club receives the Rotary International Citation for second year in a Row! Steve Neuner 2022-09-15 04:00:00Z 0 Rotary International Citation

Join us October 1, 2022 for a fun afternoon of pitch and putt or mini golf

Our second "Almost Masters" fun event at Golf Land in Voorhees, NJ will be a lot of fun. October 1, 2022.
Pitch and putt, mini-golf, prizes, food and refreshments! 
Cost is very reasonable. Sponsorships available.
Last year this was a fun event and this year should be just as good.
Visit our webpage for more details, to buy tickets or sign up as a sponsor:
Join us October 1, 2022 for a fun afternoon of pitch and putt or mini golf Steve Neuner 2022-08-22 04:00:00Z 0
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In Memoriam, Mark J. Schott

Sadly, on May 5, 2022 our club lost a great friend and great Rotarian, Mark J. Schott. Mark was a founding member of the club and a Past President. He was always active and supportive of the club and its members. For 13 years he spearheaded our signature fundraising event, the annual Community Service Awards Dinner. 
He had a joyous spirit. He was filled with public spirit in so many things he did, and was always a source of wisdom. Our club will greatly miss him.
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Club Support of the Rotary International Foundation

The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club, as part of Rotary, supports international projects and the RI Foundation. These include the worldwide effort to wipe out Polio and control other infectious diseases, and humanitarian relief to Ukraine Refugees through the RI Disaster Response Fund. The Foundation has continually received the highest on Charity Navigator as one of the most effective and efficient charitable organizations in the world.
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Hope Church Food Pantry Partnership- providing Essential Personal Care Products to persons in need

Hope Church Food Pantry Partnership- providing Essential Personal Care Products to persons in need

The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club has launched the Essential Products Initiative, in partnership with the Hope Church Pantry at the Meeting Place. Its goal and mission is to help meet a continuing demand by people in need of essential personal care products, such as diapers, wipes, feminine hygiene products and adult incontinence products. These necessities are less available to food pantries than the variety of food products commonly supplied by area food banks.
 
According to Erica DePalma, Director of the Hope Church Food Pantry at the Meeting Place, the number of people that The Pantry is serving has exploded in the last 18 months.  In September alone the Pantry delivered food to over 440 families. Of those families, greater than 80 percent need and ask for essential personal care products.  The Pantry cannot meet that need with the funds and donations available.
 
Making these products available to families in need is not just a matter of quality of life. It also promotes family stability. The Camden County Prosecutor uncovered a close link between a lack of diapers and domestic abuse.
 
These products are available in only limited quantities from area food banks. The Pantry and the Rotary Club are working to expand sources of supply, and grants and donations to support this necessary initiative.
 
The Hope Church Pantry has been in existence for 12 years and has grown from a closet in the church to a stand-alone building on the church property in Voorhees, at the corner of Cooper Road and Centennial Blvd. The Pantry serves low-income people regardless of race, gender or religious affiliation in Voorhees and the surrounding areas.
 
The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club has been an active presence in Voorhees since 2005 and has been recognized locally, regionally and by Rotary International for its efforts, engagement and commitment to helping others.  VBRC volunteers help pack and distribute items from The
Pantry and engage in a lot of other projects. Through volunteerism, donations and grants, we hope to support this project and others to improve the quality of life for those in need.
 
Hope Church Food Pantry Partnership- providing Essential Personal Care Products to persons in need Steve Neuner 2021-10-20 04:00:00Z 0

Club receives local recognition for Rotary Citation 2020-21

2020-21 Rotary International citationVoorhees Township Mayor Michael Mignona and the Township Committee have issued a commendation to the Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club for its receiving the Rotary International Citation for 2020-21 year. The RI Citation is given to those clubs that set and achieve at least 13 goals that further the mission of Rotary, and thereby show their extraordinary commitment to the mission of Rotary for the 2020-21 year
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Finding Safe Haven

For years, Angalia Bianca had slept in abandoned buildings throughout Chicago. She stole. She did drugs. She spent time in and out of jail for forgery, theft, trespassing, and possession of narcotics. But after she landed in prison for the seventh time, something changed -- Bianca knew she wanted a better life. She just didn’t know how to make it happen.
 
After serving her time, Bianca sought help from a local homeless organization, A Safe Haven, and moved to its shelter in the Rogers Park neighborhood. Bianca followed the program closely -- she attended all the required meetings, passed drug tests, and volunteered at every opportunity.
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