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Cherry Creek Rotary Open

  1. 1. Click theSPEAKER We raise money in order to support our foundation and our community whether at home or in other countries.
  2. 2. One Small Club, One Huge Impact www.Cherrycreekrotary.org
  3. 3. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation2003 Sponsored a Temple Buell Rotary Scholar in Australia2004 Sponsored a Rotary Scholar in EnglandHave sent at least two students to RYLA each year and two to Junior RYLA. In 2012 seven students went to RYLA or Young RYLA. In total we have sent over 60 children to this leadership camp. A wonder-full accomplishment. $18,000
  4. 4. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary FoundationThe Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation has been able to give grants to worthy organizations and those important groups that our members have wanted to help. We have given more than $400,000 away in grants.
  5. 5. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation : One of the first grants by CCRC was donating a triple sink to the Women’s Bean Project so they could open their doors and help scores of women return from poverty to begin a better life.
  6. 6. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary FoundationVillage Banking began in 1991 with a donation of$9000. That first year the money tripled to $27,000and each year it multiplied again and again. Duringthe last 21 years growing to over $1,000,000.Managed by FINCA all these years.This also began the Dental Missions that followedseveral of the Micro banking communities we served.
  7. 7. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary FoundationUrban Peak Shelter forteenage runaways. Forseveral years we gave someof our early grants to thisorganization that has beenin Denver for over 15 years.We also cooked and servedseveral meals to theteenagers..
  8. 8. Open Heart Surgery on 3 Children The Gift of Life, open heart surgery for children from the Dominican Republic and Chile. Spear headed by Jim Mayhew and Gary Williams
  9. 9. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary FoundationThe building of a lookout for handicapped people in themountains at Wilderness on Wheels on Guanella Pass1994-95 In honor of Ruby Mayhew
  10. 10. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary FoundationWe provided a grant for the building of aprenatal clinic in Ecuador.This was followed by another Dental Mission.
  11. 11. Dental MissionsSeptember 1991 was our 1st Dental Mission to Guatemala: 19 totalmissions to 10 different Latin American countries.Dental Missions: Continuing for 19 yearsGuatemala (3 trips) the Cherry Creek DentalCosta Rica (2 trips)Dominican Republic (2 trips) Mission has travelled toPeru (1 trip) third world countriesHonduras (2 trips)Ecuador (3 trips) providing overMexico (1 trip) $2,500,000 in freeArgentina (2 trips) dental services toChile (2 trips)Panama (1 trip) children.
  12. 12. Dental Mission Argentina
  13. 13. Climbing Wall at Greenlee Elementary School.Here they learn while they climb.The Denver Cherry Creek RotaryFoundation
  14. 14. Rotarians at work painting a house for the elderly. Fellowship!!!
  15. 15. Bicycles ThailandThe Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation
  16. 16. Over 1 billion dollars given by Rotarians and the Gates Foundation to end Polio. Since 1985 there has been a 97%reduction in polio throughout the world.
  17. 17. Sailors on USS Roosevelt USS Mesa VerdeBook sent to SailorsSailors are videotapedreading the bookBook and videotape arethen sent to theirchildren stateside
  18. 18. Computer Labs Zaruma EcuadorThe Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation
  19. 19. Shelter Box Emergency Shelterssent all over the world $5000
  20. 20.  The Club is now in its 17th year of the Cherry Creek Rotary Open Golf Tournament for the benefit of the Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation. Last year $26,000 was raised for the Clubs foundation, which is the source of the Clubs grants. Totals raised over $234,000 Our number one Jeff Maen has run the fundraiser open for 14 years.
  21. 21. It’s a funday andwe raisemoneytoo.
  22. 22. Cherry Creek Rotary Open 16 Years Arrowhead Golf Club w Dick Hayes, Jim Hoops and Bob James
  23. 23. Bear Dance Golf Club Cherry Creek Rotary Open A beautiful place to play golf in the hills of Larkspur, Co. It always fun and the food is great
  24. 24. Grants Given 2002-06 $$$$ Gift of Life Glendale Resource Center Paint a thons Airline tickets for travel of children with health issues Gilliam School for GED’s and publication of poetry books Polio eradication RI Corona Street Residence for handicapped RYLA Urban Peak Shelter Young RYLA Dental Missions The Cheley Burn Camp Education Media Center
  25. 25. Grants given 2002-06 continued Rotavision (supplies for eye surgery). Patterson Dental (purchase of dental equipment for dental missions. Mizel Museum. Pencils for peace. Africa today (scholarship). Denver Kids Donations to the Ronald McDonald House. Denver Architectural forum for high school students. Lend a Hand and Pencils for peace. Sarah Werner DDS started a project with the Aircraft Carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt to video service men reading books to be sent home to their children International Rotary Foundation Amigos Ministries, Inc. Greenlee School (climbing wall) Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center Weinberg Food Pantry
  26. 26. 2002 thru 2006 Airplane Tickets Polio Eradication Cheley Burn Camp $10,000International Dental Missionsw/Dr. Scott Johnson DDSCorona St. Residenceserving lunches andgarden furniture
  27. 27. Climbing Wall at Greenlee Elementary SchoolWeinberg Food Bank USS Roosevelt sendingw/ Jewish Family Services Grants given books recorded by 2002 thru 2006 sailors then sent home to there kids on a DVD
  28. 28.  Rebuilding Together grant $3000  Peace Jam $400 Greenlee School K1-8 donating  Matamoros Club in Mexico – library books and grant for the equipment for visually building of a climbing wall for the impaired $1500 student to use in the gymnasium  Shelter Box $900 $5000  Adelante Foundation – micro loans in Honduras (village Rotary International Matching banking) $5000 Grants $7000  Gates Camp Boys and Girls Cheley Burn Camp $2000 club $2000 Corona Street Residence serving  Steel Street Elementary School meals $500 $1500 Rotary Youth Leadership Award  Joshua Station (family camp for four students $1500 temporary shelter) - $1500 Patty Kelly (surgical Dental Mission $8000 instruments to Africa) - $2000 HIV Zimbabwe – Matching grant with Denver Mile High Rotary $500 Jewish Family Services $3000
  29. 29. Grants in 2007Shelter Box Boys and Girls Club
  30. 30.  Jim Mayhew Memorial - $5000  Greenlee Elementary K-8 - $5000 Regis University (international  District 4 Way Test Committee - literacy) - $5000 $500 Denver Architectural Foundation  Cheley Childrens Hospital Burn - $900 Camp - $2000 Computer Lab in Ecuador -  Jewish Family Services - $2500 $5000  U.S.S. Mesa Verde (literacy) - Camp Colorado (youth diabetes $500 camp) - $1100  Friendship Bridge in Guatemala - Alta Vista Autism Center - $1000 $1000  RYLA - $825  Rotary Youth Study Exchange - $1500
  31. 31. Grants in 2008International Literacy In Guatemala Computer Lab In Ecuador U.S.S. Mesa Verde (literacy) Cheley Bought, delivered and Burn installed storage shed Camp to Alta Vista Autism School in Denver
  32. 32.  Al Imtiaz Academy  Interact Club GW $116 $1000  Joshua Station $1193 The Adoption Exchange  Literacy Program – US $6799 Navy $828 Cheley Burn Camp $2000  RI Foundation Matching Denver Cherry Creek Funds $1940 Dental Mission $4214  Rotary Youth Leadership East High School Angel Awards $1500 Foundation $2000  East High School Gates Boys & Girls Camp Basketball “With Love $2000 Inc.” $2000 Glendale YMCA $500  Rotary Youth Exchange Greenlee K1-8 Books Program $2245 $123
  33. 33. Al Imtiaz Academy Literacy Program – US NavyThe Glendale YMCA Literacy after school Program at Greenlee Elementary School
  34. 34.  The Denver CherryCheley Burn Camp $2000 Creek Rotary ClubDenver Cherry Creek Dental sponsored the Rotary Club of Five PointsMission $7276Five Points Rotary Club $823Haiti-Shelter Boxes $4515 with the help of JeffPolio Eradication $3100 Maen, JoelRotary Youth Leadership Awards$1500 Russman, JamesWashington Park Cares $1500 Hoops and PeterKenya Water Project $1000 McMillan. ReceivingBonfils Blood Center Lowry- HonoraryLandscaping Project $1000 Memberships
  35. 35. DCCRC chartered the Rotary Club of Five points in 2010 Shelter boxes for HaitiBurn Camp Washington Park Cares A nonprofit membership organization that empowers adults in South Central Denver to live in their homes as they age and promotes an intergenerational community of neighbors helping neighbors Landscaping project For Bonfils Blood Center
  36. 36.  9 Health Fair $1,000  Outbound Scholars A Dinner of Unconditional $ 502.90 Love $500 Paint-a-thon $ 386.80 Autism Society of CO  RYLA $2,000 $1,000  Smiley Elementary Grant Cheley Burn Camp $2,000 $3,000 East High Angel  Street Kidz $5,000 Foundation $2,000  Cherry Creek Rotary Fort Lewis – EWB $3,000 Dental Mission $8,000 Greenlee Book Program $781.89 Open Door Youth Gang $ 500
  37. 37. Engineers Without Borders
  38. 38. Rotarians at work $3000 literacy grant for readingDenver Cherry Creek Rotary DentalMission
  39. 39.  9 Health Fair $1500 BrainWise $500 Bush Italy $600 Dental Mission $4000 Nook Program $7000 Greenlee Book Program $600 RYLA $3600 Street Kidz $3000
  40. 40. Member visiting Rotary Greenlee Elementary Clubs in School building the Italy library for the school with books donatedDenver Cherry Creek by the CCRC weeklyRotary Dental Mission goto South America Project Greer Street Formally Globeville Recreation Center for Youth
  41. 41. We have donated over 100Nooks to six schools and havehelped students on averageraise reading levels two years.The Ereader grant from theCCRC is $6800. The Literacycommittee of CCRC is goinginto its third year. It is inpartnership with Barnes &Noble. Three other RotaryClubs Boulder, Conifer andAurora Gateway have alsoraised money for this project.
  42. 42.  Several years after Scott received his award, Robert Mintz received the same award for his role as co-founder of the dental mission and for his commitment to continue the mission as an annual hands on club funded service project. It should be noted that very few clubs have been able to consistently maintain projects of this magnitude for such a long period of time. Team member Dr. Edward Blender was also awarded the Service above Self award in recognition of his contribution to numerous missions. With three service above self awardees as team members, this program started by DCCR has achieved the highest level of global recognition while delivering millions of dollars of free dental care to more than 4500 of the poorest of the poor.
  43. 43. Scott Johnson DDS received this award from Rotary International for starting the Dental Mission as part of the Cherry Creek Rotary Club. Scott started this project with Robert Mintz and Tom Marshall DDS Scott Johnson DDS
  44. 44.  Robert Mintz received this award for starting the Dental Mission and later began working for RI where he also started the rebate miles for Rotary’s credit cards. Robert Mintz
  45. 45. District 5450 Rotarian of the YearJim Hoops was named Rotary District 5450 Rotarian of the Year for2009-10. He was recognized for his service and devotion to thousands ofkids, improving and building their lives as a middle and high schoolteacher for 38 years. He has served as President of Rocky MountainRYLA and was an original founder and counselor for YRYLA. Hespearheaded the sponsoring of Five Points Cultural District in 2009.Other areas of involvement include: Greenlee K-8 School in Denver;Family Quest to coach single parent families and organize a leadershipand character development program at Cherry Creek High School; A twoyear commitment as a writing coach with College Summit; Helped todevelop mentoring programs at East High and Smiley Middle Schools;Tutors students at Denver School of Science and Technology; Obtainsguest speakers for the AVID classes at EHS. We are very proud to haveJim Hoops as a member and past president of our club.
  46. 46. District 5450 Rotarian of the Year 1997 Jim Mayhew : Prior to Rotary Jim started wheel chair curbs in Colorado. Helped build the lookout on Wilderness on Wheels 1994-95 in honor of his wife Ruby. Jim also started the Gift of Life to do open heart surgery on young children from other countries. We supported one surgery at Children’s Hospital and 2 at Presbyterian/St. Lukes Medical Center
  47. 47. Rotary International1.2 Million Members32,0000 Clubs WorldWideOldest U.S. ServiceOrganization—est. 1905Over US$ 1 Billion forPolio Eradicationwww.rotary.org
  48. 48. Click theSPEAKER Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation c/o Dr. Jeffrey Maen DC 1325 S. Colorado Blvd. #022 Denver, Co 80222 303-759-8333 dcboulevard@qwestoffice.net

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