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Campaign: Phoenix Rotary 100

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Phoenix Rotary 100

Raised One World Futbols for organizations working with youth in disadvantaged communities. [...]

About Phoenix Rotary 100

Phoenix Rotary 100 is part of a network of some 33,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries. More than 1.2 million Rotary International members collaborate to address global issues such as poverty, health, hunger, education and the environment.

Phoenix Rotary 100 was chartered in 1914 and is Arizona’s oldest and largest Rotary club. Our charitable giving supports a wide range of activities, both domestically and abroad—from recreational complexes for disadvantaged youth throughout the Phoenix metro area to various health projects here at home as well as in Africa and Mexico. We also provide hands-on community service, such as packing meals for starving children around the world.

For more, visit rotary100.org.

How We're Making a Difference

Phoenix Rotary 100 of Rotary District 5490 ran a campaign with One World Play Project to raise ultra-durable One World Futbols for organizations working with youth in disadvantaged communities worldwide.

The One World Futbol is a soccer ball that never needs a pump and never goes flat, allowing children to play on without worrying about finding a pump or breaking the ball. This unique ball will enable the children who receive it to continue playing and experiencing the transformative power of play for years to come.

Campaign Goal

Through this campaign, Phoenix Rotary raised 89 One World Futbols.

Making a Difference
One Ball at a Time

89

One World Futbols raised

2670

Estimated number of children
receiving the joy of play

89 raised Goal 100

Campaign Supporters

Gavin Williams gave 1 One World Futbols

Mike King gave 1 One World Futbols

Lucille Gerace gave 1 One World Futbols

Kate Brophy McGee gave 1 One World Futbols

Generous Members Phoenix Rotary 100 gave 2 One World Futbols

Stephanie Brodine gave 3 One World Futbols

over 60 million lives changed
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