Rotary Club of Plainsboro-North and South Brunswick

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 PM
Mirchi
2313 U.S. 1 South,
North Brunswick, NJ  08902
United States
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Thank you to all sponsors, Dance Schools, Volunteers and Audience for making this event successful!
 

 
Rotary Club of Plainsboro (RCOP):
Since 2008, RCOP has started an annual tradition of a Spring Dance Festival, which also happens to be their major fund raiser. Over the years, they have been hosting this event and it has grown from strength to strength. This year the event is going to be hosted on Apr 23, 2016 
at Plainsboro High School South, 346 Clarksville Road, Princeton Junction, NJ 08550
 
 
 
 
Our club volunteered to sort and package medical / surgical equipment at  Medshare location in Secaucus. The details are listed in below email and also at www.medshare.org 
 

 
The Rotary club of Plainsboro, North & South Brunswick donated food supplies to the South Brunswick Food Pantry on March 04, led by Rotary women Silpa Chinta and Monica Madda. The Food Pantry management were very happy to receive the club’s generous donation and continuous support.
 

 
  • Volunteer Support to Community Events: Ganesh Visarjan
  • Well and Water Distribution, The Boabab Home, Bagomoyo, Tanzania
  • North Brunswick Township Independence Day Celebration Support
  • Donated Wool to Plainsboro Senior Centre
  • Blankets donation to under privileged people through Sadhu Vaswani Annual Blanket Drive on auspicious Thanksgiving Day
  • Collaborated with Rotary Club of Hillborough and Operation Shoebox for Holiday Gift packing event to support our troops on December 5, 2015
  • Supported North Brunswick Township ‘India Day - Unity In Diversity”. with Agraj Seva Kendra:
  • Donated money to support ‘Chennai flood victims’.
 
 

Rotary team volunteered and supported 14th Annual Interfaith Dinner and Homes of Hope Celebration‏ on November 21, 2015. Homes of Hope, supports Nepal Earthquake Relief efforts.

 

 
This will help establish two libraries benefiting over 1000 children on an ongoing basis. Provide library books, supplies, and training to ten schools in the Greater Cape Town area (South Africa). Recently the Rotary Foundation awarded $57,429 to this project.
 

 

Free A1C Now test – Health Campaign : we served remarkable more than 110 people at Durga Mandir on ‘World Diabetic Day’ November 14, 2015 

 
 

Rotary Club volunteered to constructing a new hiking trail at Thompson Park Conservation Area in Monroe Twp on November 07, 2015

 

 

 

Our club members, Women of Rotary and North & South Brunswick Interact students volunteered with Bank of America employees and family members helped to clean the beach along the Old Bridge Waterfront Park. The volunteers collected nearly 2,500 pieces of debris that filled several trash bags on October 24, 2015

 

 
 
 
 
 
Presidential Award

Certifying Club for The Presidential Volunteer Service Award

www.presidentialserviceawards.gov

 
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