July: $3,000 to the Northumberland United Way in support of their Backpack Program.

August: $2,500 to Cobourg Historical Society to purchase a new computer and network system for the Cobourg Archives. 

$5,000 towards a joint project with other Rotary clubs for the construction of new classrooms, upgrading of teachers quarters, purchase of school supplies and library books for the Misango Elementary School in Namasalima, Malawi. 

$200 for a student to attend Camp Viking, a wilderness experience in Algonquin Provincial Park. 

$260 towards a BBQ for the residents of St. Peter's Court.

$10,000 to the annual sponsorship of the Air Cadets. 

$800 to cover urgently needed dental work.

September: $1500 towards the purchase of children books for the new Centreton Library. 

$1000 to purchase concrete blocks for the Youth for Christ Liberia offices and resource centre. 

$460 for two Exchange Students to attend the District Conference in Niagara Falls. 

$2,500 to Sleeping Children Around the World to purchase bed kits. 

$10,000 to the Rotary District 3271 Disaster Relief Fund to provide food in the Thatta Region of Pakistan. 

$2,700 to Health Partners International of Canada to purchase 5 Physician Travel packs to be used in relief aid in Pakistan. 

$2,500 to Operation Eyesight Universal. 

$340 to the Salvation Army for medications. 

$1500 towards the purchase of school uniforms for Managua, Nicaragua, an ongoing project with Nipigon Rotary Club. 

$1500 towards the Guatemala Literacy Project. 

$3,000 to Disaster Aid Canada to purchase 4 Family Survival packs to help the relief effort in Pakistan, with matching grants from the Government of Canada. 

October: $500 to Bakong Technical College Siem, Cambodia for the purchase of a cement mixer and cement to support a "sweat equity" project to construct a Mess Hall Community Center. 

$1,500 to Horizons of Friendship to assist with the travel arrangements to bring Dr. Surama Lima to speak to several organizations in Central Ontario. 

$1,115 to the purchase of Custom/Modified Orthopedic Footwear for a woman in Baltimore. 

$2,600 for Scholarships to Cobourg District Collegiate Institute East. 

$1,500 to the Access Fund for tutoring at the Learning Disabilities Association. 

$450 for award lapel pins for Exchange Students. 

$210 for Crested Red Sweaters for Exchange Students. 

$1550 towards a gas bill for a destitute person.

$1000 to the Castleton Sports Club towards the cost to of a small pump house used to flood the skating rink.

$500 to a student in support of a "Me-to-We" school-building trek to Ecuador. 

$1000 to the Silver Stick Tournament to purchase the Tournament Pins and Championship Banners. 

$30,000 to purchase boats for the development of the "Youth Paddling Program" to the Cobourg Dragon Boat and Canoe Club.  Read more

$1,000 to the Town of Cobourg for Civic Awards. 

November:  $1,500 to Friends of Honduran Children to buy food and medical supplies in Honduras for people served by the medical mission in February (Dr Moebus is part of the medical team).

$100 to the CDCI West Interact Club for advertising, printing, and supplies to promote their fundraising projects. 

$2,190 for used wheel chair accessible van.

$383 for a dental retainer for a young boy. 

$1,207 for a power chair for a resident of the Golden Plough. 

$150 towards the Christmas program for residents of the Golden Plough Lodge, Streamway Villa and Northumberland Hills Hospital.

$10,000 to the Salvation Army to assist with the purchase of a used 2010 GMC Van. 

$1,000 to student "sweat equity" trip to Kilema, Tanzania. 

December: $3000 to the Centreton Branch Library for the acquisition of shelving for the literacy station for young learners. 

$1,000 to CR Gummow Public School to assist 4 students to go on the school trip to Ottawa. 

$2500 to the Laurie Lawson Outdoor Education Centre to make the centre accessible to wheel-chaired students.

January: $119 to fund a grower's supply sun lighter four shelf plant display stand for starting seeds / plants for a horticulture program to assist the Recreation Therapist  in the Post Acute Care Area. 

$3,000 to the Art Gallery of Northumberland to help with the purchase of a new lighting system.

February: $7,239 towards the cost of Camp Enterprise. Read more

March: $2,000 to Kids on the Block, a program of Canadian Mental Health Association.

$500 to support two students at St Mary's High School Choir  to attend the Heritage Singing Festival in Toronto.

May: $400 to support the Canadian Federation of University Women, Northumberland by purchasing a table of eight student seats for their Scholarship Luncheon. 

$500 to support out-of-province surgery for child.   

$763 for the purchase of a Power Wheelchair for a resident of Cobourg. 

$2,981 toward the purchase of a Power Wheelchair for a resident of The Golden Plough. 

June: $1,500 for Chris Garrett scholarship.

$3,500 to Cobourg District Colligate Institute West for student scholarships.

$2,500 to Centre for Individual Studies for a student scholarship.