Rotarians are People of Action

We channel our commitment to service at home and abroad through five Avenues of Service, which are the foundation of the club activity. If you would like to do more in Brownsville Sunrise Rotary and use your professional expertise to help others, join one of five Rotary’s Avenues of Service.

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yearly calendar

community service projects

BLOOD DRIVE
Holiday Heroes Blood Drive
Holiday Heroes Blood Drive

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blood drive project

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blood drive project

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Holiday Heroes Blood Drive

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Donate blood three times a year and become a hero

FLAG PROJECT

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For a nominal contribution, homes and businesses join in the Red, White and Blue community on Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Veterans Day. Members place a 3 by 5 ft. United States Flag on a 10-ft. pole, if the weather permits, early in the morning. At the end of the day, flags are removed by Rotarians and stored properly.  Flag Applications

PARKING LOT PROJECT
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Parking Lot

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As the largest fundraiser for Sunrise club, members put in close to 3,500 volunteer hours for its car-parking operation during the Charro Days festivities every February. Texas Southmost College lends the International, Technology, Education and Commerce Center parking lot. Funds were raised for local initiatives benefiting the community.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES PROJECT
school supply project
school supply project

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school supply project
school supply project

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school supplies project
school supplies project

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school supply project

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Club members put together backpacks with supplies for at risk elementary school children each year. These children have a higher probability of dropping out if not given a helping hand to succeed.  Backpacks were provided to third, fourth and fifth graders for the return to school classes after summer break.

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