GBRF gives to The Salvation Army
The Greater Boise Rotary Foundation grants the Salvation Army $1,000 for their school backpack program. Nancy Chinn presented the check to Major Robert Lloyd. Each year the salvation army fills backpacks for low income students to take to school. Imagine going to school the first day of the semester and not having any supplies to do your work? The students are more than thrilled to have the same things that other kids at school have. The Greater Boise Rotary Foundation is pleased to donate to such a worthwhile organization.
GBRF is a foundation supported by Rotarians from Ada County Clubs investing their time, money and expertise doing good for Ada County. GBRF grants approximately $40,000 to non-profit organizations in Ada County every year.
GBRF is FOCUSED on Education & Youth, Arts & Culture, Health, Caring & Social Services, Recreation & Outdoors.
GBRF BELIEVES that by giving to existing organizations, more people can be served.
GBRF KNOWS that by working together, Rotarians can make a substantial contribution to the community.
GBRF has been in existence since 1984 and is now approaching a corpus of $900,000 with the goal being $1,000,000. The organization is funded by Rotarians, families and friends of Rotary members in Ada County