Service Projects

 


Glendale-Feilbach Zoo Day

Annually, the Toledo Rotarians partners with the staff at Glendale-Feilbach and the students of St. Francis DeSales High School to host Glendale-Feilbach students for a day at the Toledo Zoo.  These students get to experience the wonderful animals of the Toledo Zoo, share fellowship over lunch and spend a day filled with the sights and sounds of the Zoo! Funding to support the day is provided by member contributions through the Toledo Rotary Club Foundation and the dedication of the Disability Services Committee.


 

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Kids Against Hunger

Planning is now underway for the next annual Kids Against Hunger food-pack. The Membership Engagement Committee works with Kids Against Hunger which is run locally by ISOH/Impact. During a two hour session, more than 100 Rotarians, friends, and family members pack 25,000+ meals to be distributed to the needy, both locally and globally. It is a great project, involves people of all ages, and is a great way to spend a short period of time to make a major impact while having fun and enjoying great fellowship.


Water Testing in the Lake Erie Watershed

Toledo Rotarians are sampling streams, creeks, and rivers testing the waters for phosphorus, ammonia, pH, and nitrate to affect positive change to the water quality in the Lake Erie Basin and its watershed.