Wilmington Central Rotary Contributions

Grand Slam for Madison:

The Wilmington Central Rotary donated $2500 to the fundraiser for Madison Williams, a young girl battling brain cancer. On Friday 22nd from 8am to 8pm there was a fundraiser at the Stadium Batting Cages on Oleander Drive featuring food, music, bounce house, and hitting baseballs.

On October 2, 2018 The Wilmington Central Rotary was pleased to award $500. to She Rocks for cancer research, $500. to Abilities Tennis for helping athletes with disabilities, $500 to Davey, who’s a paraplegic, to help withe a van, $500. to Special Olympics, $1000. to sponsor a table at the WARM breakfast & $1000. to sponsor a table at the Coaches Luncheon to support the Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame.

The Wilmington Central Rotary was happy to give $8,300 to local charities.

  • Bobby Jean’s Kids
  • Blue Ribbon Commission
  • Strut for Kids
  • Meals On Wheels
  • Five 14 Revolution
  • Project Soar
  • WARM
  • Wilmington Police Scholarship Fund

Proceeds from Wilmington’s Got Talent goes to the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Department for purchase and training a K-9

New Hanover County Sheriff Ed McMahon receiving check for $16,00. for the new K-9.

We have also given donations to:

$1000 – “Train Us Forward Fitness” with MattSkelly. Matt owns Matt Skelly Training and also runs a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing personal training to individuals with disabilities at a no-cost or low-cost plan. This funds will help with purchase of a hand peddled stationary bike. https://www.mattskellytraining.com/tuff

$1000 – “Welcome Home Angel” with Logan White Thompson. This organization makes home modifications and remodels for kids battling serious illness. These funds will help with a home remodel for a young girl that has been battling cancer. http://www.welcomehomeangel.com

$1000. To a local woman for help with Medical Bills as she battles a serious and rare autoimmune disorder.

Club members visited the Boys & Girls Home for their annual Rotary Day. A total of $21,000 from clubs around the state were donated, including $500 from Wilmington Central Rotary presented by Michelle Hardee. Michelle was also able to collect musical instruments (including a piano!) to donate.

Learn more about the Boys & Girls Home: http://www.boysandgirlshomes.org