Rotary Community Corps of Parker gets donation

Organization helps those with developmental disabilities be active in their community

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Posted 9/16/19

An organization for young adults with developmental disabilities recently received a $2,000 donation from the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club. The money will help Rotary Community Corps of Parker, …

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Rotary Community Corps of Parker gets donation

Organization helps those with developmental disabilities be active in their community

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An organization for young adults with developmental disabilities recently received a $2,000 donation from the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club.

The money will help Rotary Community Corps of Parker, which meets monthly for dinner with a speaker and community service project, continue its backpacks with school supplies project for the Parker Task Force.

The Rotary Club of Parker and Cherry Creek Valley Rotarians are a diverse group of business owners, executives, managers, political leaders and professionals who take an active role in the community.

The groups' mission is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through fellowship with business, professional and community leaders.

The Rotary Community Corps of Parker is designed for developmentally disabled youths and adults to become active in their community, learn leadership skills, feel like a vital part of their community, become socially active and give back to their community, and to be able to build friendships and fun in a safe environment.  

For more information, please email Kam Breitenbach at kamiebreitenbach@gmail.com.

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