To honor our 100th Anniversary of Service Above Self, Richmond Rotarians adopted the Miraflores Centennial Project: An Immigrant Story as our signature project. The Making A Living educational exhibit was scheduled for installation in the Spring of 2020. Preparations for its installation are now underway with a groundbreaking to occur once the current health emergency is over.
Richmond Rotary, along with many community and business partners, accepted the challenged to raise at least $50,000 to support this significant Centennial Project. Richmond Rotary is thrilled to report that we have exceeded our fundraising goal and will be able to support the installation of the Making A Living interpretive exhibit, and also provide future support to maintain the Miraflores Project’s educational value in the coming years.
We offer a special thanks to the community and business partners listed below. We also extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Richmond Rotarians and friends who stepped up and joined our Club 100. Your support and commitment enables us to continue serving the community over the next 100 years of Service Above Self.
Centennial Fundraising Chair
Major Centennial Year Supporters
The Rotary Club of Richmond gratefully acknowledges these supporters of our Miraflores Centennial Year Project 2020.
District 5160 Rotary Foundation
Richmond Rotary Club 100 (see below)
Hide Oshima and James Oshima
|E M Downer Foundation
C. Overaa & Company
Special thanks to Groundwork Richmond
Byron and Jan Brown
Cheryl and David Brown
Hank and Doreen Covell
Bob Dabney and Cheryl Maier
Josh and Elaina Genser
Shana Bagley Howe
Don and Shelly Lau
Nakele Obleton Rechenauer