On our February trip to Honduras, we gave out these colorful bandanas to these sweet little girls.
Determined to end Bill Drake’s winning streak, Gail LeCroy brought in a whopping $1.43 in loose change….then topped it off with a final check for $300!
Now in its 6th year, the Change for Change Campaign — or C4C — has been a ongoing fundraiser for the Rotary International’s PolioPlus fund and our global effort to eradicate polio.
Bill Drake has had no problem filling up his cigar boxes with loose pocket change the last three years to win the Change for Change (C4C) Campaign contest.
Our EcoStove Project dates back to 2006 when we met Rotarians from Lawrenceburg, TN and learned about their electrical project in Choluteca.
Congratulations to Jerry Vickers, this year’s winner of the Change for Change Campaign with his contribution of $557.10.
In the second annual Change for Change Campaign, last year’s winner Steve Baum (above center) took 2nd place just behind this year’s winner, Boyd Edmiston.
As part of Rotary International’s global effort to eradicate polio, Madison Rotarians began bringing in their pocket change during a month-long contest to raise money for PolioPlus.