This Thursday (3/19) will be a traditional meeting at the Hilton where we will be welcoming a representative from Engineers Without Borders!
EWB-USA is a nonprofit humanitarian organization established to support community-driven development programs worldwide through partnerships that design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences that enrich global perspectives and create responsible leaders. We are lucky enough to have an Engineers Without Borders chapter right here at UF!
Join us for a drink and what is sure to be an interesting program!
It was another year of sunburns & smiles volunteering on the bocce courts at the Special Olympics today! We reconnected with many of our favorite competitors from years past , and made lots of new friends, as well. Always an inspiring day!
Busy night at the Hilton this week! On Thursday, we will have a program from Lisa Trunzo of Hannah’s Homeless, a local non-profit that focuses on helping our homeless population. They provide clean clothes, hygiene items, laundry service, and non-perishable food to meet their clients immediate needs. They also provide referrals and counseling services.
MEETING BONUS: We will also be inducting our newest Sunset Club member. Weclome, Caroline!
This week’s meeting is a program at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront with Jeff Tomeo of the Pinellas County Self Help Center. The Center provides the citizens of Pinellas access to affordable legal assistance by giving guidance on how to represent themselves in court (commonly referred to as a Pro Se individual).
Sound pretty interesting? Join us at 6pm on Thursday for a drink and a great speaker!
It’s a Service week at the Sunset Club!
On Sunday, February 15th, we are headed to the Ronald McDonald House St. Pete East to prepare and serve lunch to families going through a tough time.
For 35 years, the Ronald McDonald House of Tampa Bay has been helping children with challenging medical needs, and their families, stay close together during difficult times. Since 1980, the four Tampa Bay Ronald McDonald Houses have comforted and cared for over 48,000 sick children and their families. This weekend…we will help increase that number!
We need 10-12 volunteers, who are willing to donate 2 hours of time and some taco supplies. Interested in joining us?Sign up here.
The Sunset Club’s President-Elect, Orlando, spent Saturday getting some preliminary training for his upcoming presidency, along with nearly 50 other Rotarians from District 6950. Congrats to all of you on the exciting journey that is now underway!
Wondering where your hard earned donation dollars are going? Want to have a hand in determining our strategic Foundation goals? Come join the club on Thursday at the Hilton for an interactive session led by the current SuRF Board.
Here are some of organizations we’ve supported through the Foundation: