Milestone: Sequim Sunrise Rotary boosts community groups with donations

The Sequim Sunrise Rotary Club recently donated $7,500 to three community organizations who provide assistance to some of the most vulnerable in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley.

The Rotary group donated $3,500 to Sequim Community Aid, $2,500 to the Sequim Food Bank and $1,500 to the Peninsula Home Fund COVID-19 $1,500.

Funds are from the Community Service budget of the Rotary’s foundation, and are donated with the intent to help those who find themselves in need during this challenging time.

“Rotarians believe in ‘Service Above Self’ and strive to make our community better for all,” The Sequim Sunrise Rotary said in a press release last week.

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