Supporting the Environment

Club members committed to protecting and enhancing our environment

For over 20 years, the Lewisville Morning Rotary has devoted thousands of volunteer hours on the first Saturday of the month working with city staff to help residents properly dispose of Hazardous Household Waste. Members have helped:
  • remove the waste from resident vehicles
  • segregate the waste into various types
  • package the waste for ultimate transport
Through our partnership with the city, we know that they have contracted companies that will recycle the waste or destroy it safely.
Other environmental projects include:
  • A Keep Lewisville Beautiful Adopt-a-Spot that members periodically pick-up trash and declutter.
  • Trees are our passion as we seek to provide trees in city park areas that are barren.
Literacy and Education Projects

Club Projects in Support of Literacy and Education

Our club devotes a substantial amount of its time, talent and treasure in support of our adopted school, Central Elementary School in Lewisville.
Our projects include:
  •  Perfect Attendance Program
  • Dictionaries for 3rd Graders at Title I Schools
  • International Project with India called TEACH
  • Sponsor Interact Clubs at Hebron High School and The Colony High School
  • Sponsor an Early Act Club at Central Elementary School
Reducing Food Insecurity

Volunteering our time to serve the those in need.

Over the years members, Interact members and Hebron High School National Honor Society members have volunteered thousands of hours in support of local agencies such as the Salvation Army, Christian Community Action and Heart of the City Food pantry providing the labor needed to help our citizens obtain food for themselves and their families.
Sharing our Blessings through grants with kindred community service organizations
We are proud to partner with other community organizations that share our values. Our annual fundraising, such as the flag program, Breakfast with Santa and others is intended to fund our club projects such as Bikes for Perfect Attendance, Dictionaries for 3rd Graders, End Polio Now, Scholarships, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and Interact. 
We also like to be able to support community agencies whose missions are similar to ours:
  • promoting peace and patriotism
  • supporting our low-income veterans and seniors
  • feeding the hungry
  • ending polio and other debilitating disease
  • supporting the environment, literacy and youth.
Partnering with the Community Stories
The Lewisville Morning Rotary Club is proud to announce a grant given to Veterans Produce to continue their mission to end veteran hunger. Veterans Produce feeds homeless veterans by building community greenhouse gardens then teaching them to grow their own food.
Our members are pleased to be able to share our fundraising blessings with Veterans Produce. Their environmentally friendly way of producing food is an example for all to follow. We encourage community members to visit their facility at the Rich Lubke Organic Gardens where the above photo was taken. You will be impressed. Delicious, nutritious food produced naturally with a zero carbon footprint.
Christian Community Action (CCA) is well known in our community for its Food Pantry for families that are food insecure. The pantry is reopening soon after the pandemic limited disbursements to preselected foods through a drive up process.
Club members are proud to have been able to support CCA throughout the pandemic by volunteering at the drive-up events. We hope to continue our monthly volunteer efforts with the Hebron High School Interact and National Honor society members.
One of the most fun projects of a member is to be able to award a grant to another area non-profit serving the needs of the community.
It was no different when we were able to announce our grant to Hearts for Homes this past week. The mission of Hearts for Homes is to improve living conditions for low-income senior homeowners in Denton County. Our donation will help buy needed supplies to repair homes for 84 senior homeowners.
The Lewisville Morning Rotary Club is proud to announce a $500 Grant to Knight-Light Charites Inc. Knight-Light Charities seeks to aid those who have a temporary crises and need assistance with their rent, medical services, utility bills or food.
For club members, serving the needs of the community includes supporting local non-profit organizations that fill a vital role in helping those most at risk. During our July 15th meeting, members awarded Knight-Light Charities a grant in support of their mission to financially assist those in our community that are facing a crises and need assistance with their rent, medical services, utility bills or food. The success of their mission has often prevented homelessness. 
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