Tuesday Rotary Members Making an Impact for Good

{Dothan, AL., July 2, 2019} Today, the Dothan Tuesday Rotary Club awarded $19,300 to Wiregrass area non-profits as a way of living the Rotary motto, “Service Above Self.” The grants were awarded to the following organizations for capital projects:

  •  Alfred Saliba Family Services Center $5,200
  •  Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention $5,000
  •  Lunches for Learning $3,000
  •  Boys and Girls Club of the Wiregrass $1,850
  •  The Ark Dothan $1,500
  •  Wiregrass United Way $500
  •  Southeast Health Foundation (NICU & Champions of Hope) $500
  •  Dothan Houston County Library $250
  •  Fostering Hope $250
  •  Alzheimer’s Resource Center $250
  •  Wiregrass Hope Group $250
  •  Love in Action Ministries $250
  •  Wiregrass Museum of Art $250
  •  House of Ruth $250

Outgoing Club President, Drew Owen, explained, “Each year, our Club accepts applications from area non-profits for capital projects. Our allocations committee, chaired by Mike Lewis, reviews each application to determine the need and the impact it will have on the community. The committee awards our larger grants in this manner and each Club board member is able to allocate $250 toward the capital needs of an area non-profit of their choice.”

Incoming Club President, Brad Kimbro, said, “This is my favorite Rotary Club meeting of the year. We are able to tangibly demonstrate our motto of “Service Above Self” as we fund the needs of our area non-profits which are truly serving the needs of many in our community.”

If you would like more information, please contact Brad Kimbro at 334-701-8747 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Belinda Mitchell, Executive Director of Alfred Saliba Family Services Center, accepting and thanking Club for the grant.  Pam Miles, Executive Director of Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention, accepting and thanking Club for the grant. 
 Belinda Mitchell  Pam Miles