Upper Keys Rotary Foundation Supports Post-Irma Relief Efforts
Ten not-for-profit organizations were awarded $46,500 in grant dollars to support post-Irma relief efforts. The Upper Keys Rotary Foundation raised this money from individuals, fellow Rotary clubs and family foundations. A breakdown of organizations and amounts received includes:
- American Legion Post 154 (Marathon): $5,225
- Coral Isles Church (Tavernier): $2,100
- First Baptist Church of Islamorada: $5,225
- Garden Club of the Upper Keys: $1,050
- Good Health Clinic (Tavernier): $5,225
- Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys: $2,100
- Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys: $7,800
- Habitat for Humanity of the Lower Keys/Key West: $2,100
- KAIR/Keys Area Interdenominational Resources (Monroe County): $10,450
- Treasure Village Montessori (Islamorada): $5,225
Representatives from the organizations visited the club on Feb. 6 to receive their checks and share briefly how the money will be used.
Upper Keys Rotary, celebrating its 50th anniversary, meets weekly on Tuesdays, 12 noon, at Craig’s restaurant. For more information, contact President Jill Miranda Baker at 305-304-0052.