2017 -2018
 
Under the esteemed leadership of President Dr. Urmilesh Arya, the RCHS had taken remarkable projects with focus on children’s education and families in need.
 
Seminar on President Trump's Tax Reform
On January 14th 2018 RCHS hosted a seminar on President Trumps Tax Reform Bill.  The seminar was an overwhelming success as over 85 guests attended. The experts panelist Gautam Sanghvi, Firoz Shakh and Kanwal Kapur briefed over 85 guests from businesses and professional community members on the impact of the tax bill on individuals, small business and Trust. The event lasted for 90 minutes, followed by Q& A and networking dinner.
 
Power Stretcher for Fire Medic
RCHS donated $3,550 to fund the 4th Power Stretcher Stryker Power Pro XT needed by Fire Medic Co No.1 to replace old manual stretcher. The total value of the project was $16, 192.
Above: Ms. Aishwarya Madan CC AMT of Medics 1 using the new power stretcher inside the ambulance.
 
Blankets for Familes in Need
In an effort to keep the community warm and safe the Rotary Club winter blanket drive benefits many charities which assist those who are unable to help themselves during the winter season. This year RCHS distributed over 154 brand new blankets.
 
Winter Coats for Children in Foster Homes
In an effort to keep the community warm and safe RCHS members and supporters donated generously and donated brand new 350 winter coats to children living in the foster homes and families in need on Long Island.
 
Bright Beginnings Annual Backpack Initiative
The Bright Beginnings project, which was first initiated in 2014, was implemented again this year as we distributed 500 backpacks filled with school supplies and t-shirts among 10 not-for-profits serving families in need on Long Island.
 
 
2016-2017
Under the esteemed leadership of President Dave Sharma, the RCHS had taken several soul touching initiatives with particular focus on children’s education and families in need on Long Island.
 
Bright Beginnings Annual Backpack   Initiative
The Bright Beginnings project, which was first initiated in 2014, was implemented again this year as we distributed 650 backpacks filled with school supplies and t-shirts among 15 not-for-profits serving families in need on Long Island.
 
 Serving Food for Hunger
The food for hunger project, which started in January 2017, is a partnership between RCHS and United Methodist Church of Hempstead to help families in need in the Hempstead, NY. On an average 75 to120 people each month are served food and fruits as this number continue to increase every month. The Family Volunteer Days and Youth Volunteer Days is a phenomenal success encouraging youth participation, building friendships and inter-faith peace.
 
The RCHS also donated a Commercial Grade Oven and a Deep Fry worth over $5,500 to the soup kitchen of United Methodist Church.
 
A donation of $1,100 given to Interfaith Faith Nutrition and $500 for winter clothing
 
Winter Coats for Children in Foster Homes
Donated 350 winter coats to children living in the foster homes of Long Island.
 
Other initiatives
Donated $2,000 to EKAL Foundation supporting educational projects in India.
 
RCHS were the hosts for the Garba Dance celebration as over 1,100 community members attended the event.
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