July - $425 towards transportation for a student undergoing cancer treatment at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

$100 for diabetic medication for a person in need.

$542 to repair a vehicle to enable someone to start work.

$8,000 to Air Cadets.

August - $2,000 towards a joint project with the Rotary Club of Toronto to build 9 double pit latrines (18 toilets) at a primary school in the Zomba District of rural Malawi, this will complement 4 latrines presently used by 600 students and teachers.

$2,500 to the Unite Way Back Pack Program.

September - $2000 to the Buwaiswa village in Uganda for food relief and the purchase of seeds to provide ongoing food security help those affected by flooding.  

$700 to the Town of Cobourg for the purchase of eve toughs and rain barrels for the Ecological Garden.

$10,200 to the Rotary Foundation Walk from the Rotary Foundation Committee.

$2,000 for CDCI East High School Scholarships.

$315 for expenses for Inbound Exchange Student to attend Orientation and District Conference in Blue Mountain. 

October - $1,000 to the Cobourg Figure Skating Club.

$628 for rent for a mother and children living at the Women’s Shelter. 

$400 to send One Roteractor to District Conference. 

$1,000 to Rotary SAS All Stars Program. 

$2400 to Shelter Box Canada to purchase 2 Shelter Boxes to be used for disaster relief. 

$210 for to Exchange Student for school expenses and to attend Camp Arrowhan. 

$1,000 towards the cost of materials to construct the main eating and dining area of the Bakong Technical School in Siem Reap, Cambodia (Project to be supervised by members of the Rotary District 7070 Sweat Equity Team).

November - $1500 to FishAbility Sport Club for the purchase of equipment. 

$2,800 to purchase an x-ray machine and supplies at University of Addis Ababa Medical School in Ethiopia for the instruction of dental students. 

$1390 to RADAR (Rotary Action for the Development of Aids Responses) for medication for one year for ten people suffering from AIDS. 

$2000 to Sleeping Children Around The World to purchase Bed Kits for needy children in developing countries. 

December - $2500 to Northumberland Big Brother/Big Sisters for purchase of a new telephone system. 

$2,000 toward the cost of hospital transportation for a Cobourg boy who was brain injured in an accident. 

$3,000 to support the Northumberland Literacy Committee’s Great Literacy Race.

January - $400 to sponsor a local youth for the Adventures in Tourism Program. 

 

$133 to repair a hearing aid for a man who has been laid off and has yet to receive EI benefits. 

$465 for dentures for a Cobourg resident on ODSP. 

$500 towards an electric bed for a young quadriplegic. 

$200 towards Northumberland Land Trust for their outreach program for Seniors. 

$1,000 to the West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association for their Winter Classic Hockey Tournament.

March - $350 be to St Mary’s Singers towards their trip to the Heritage festival. 

$1,200 toward a modular ramp for a young Cobourg boy who has spastic quadraple gia seizure disorder.  

$500 to the Giving Tree to purchase children’s gifts. 

$900 to Terry Fox Public School for snowshoes for a children’s program. 

April - $500 to the Terry Fox School Exchange Program. 

$500 to the Salvation Army for 2,000 food boxes. 

$400 to the Canadian Federation of University Women to sponsor 8 local students to attend a special CFUW Luncheon. 

$200 to an elderly Cobourg lady to go to CNIB camp. 

$500 towards the purchase of a prosthetic leg for a person in need. 

$2,116 toward a hearing aid for a Cobourg woman. 

$850 to sponsor one youth to the District 7070 RYLA program. 

$460 towards a tooth extraction for a Cobourg woman.

May - $180 for Inbound and Outbound Exchange Students to attend District Orientation. 

$1500 to purchase a weigh scale for Fare Share Food Bank. 

$1,800 to a young boy who requires a machine to help him cough.

June - $2,500 to the Marie Dressler Foundation to purchase a rare Marie Dressler memorabilia collection. 

$100 for work boots for a Cobourg man getting work. 

$300,000 pledged and to be paid over five years to the new Cobourg Community Center, the double gymnasium to be named the Rotary Performance Centre and the club to have annual use of the facility. 

$1620 to Rotary District 7070 for the Rotary Youth Exchange. 

$2600 to St Mary’s Secondary school for student scholarships.