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Brookline Rotary is helping to support these primary needs and we hope that you will also consider making a direct donation to:
  • Brookline Food Pantry
  • Brookline SafetyNet
  • Brookline Teen Center Thursday Night Supper Club
  • Women Thriving Healthy Cooking Classes with Boston University Sargent College School of Occupational Therapy and Boston University Rotaract Club
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A core value of the Rotary Club of Brookline and of Rotary International is tolerance of all peoples. We find it necessary to speak out strongly against racism and prejudice of all kinds. Given the recent surge of anti-Asian violence, and at the beginning of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we present the following Statement:
As many in our Brookline community may already know, people of Asian birth or descent form a sizable portion of our Town’s population. Among our Asian neighbors are persons of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Pacific Island and Thai birth or heritage. Like the larger population they range in age from infants to very senior. Despite the pervasiveness of the “model minority” myth, there are wide disparities between different Asian groups, such as large income inequities.
Here's a Climate Action you can do now.  Please choose the Town's 100% Brookline Green Electricity option. Your choice makes a difference, as every new residential account that opts up to 100% is offsetting approximately 93% of the emissions of an average passenger car. (Business accounts too!) It's fast and easy. Have a copy of your Eversource bill on hand and go to
I Don't Want to be a Frog!On April 30 Brookline Rotary, with a grant from the Chobee Hoy Group at Compass, will begin distributing free children's books to residents of Brookline Housing Authority.  A range of books for each reading level from kindergarten through fourth grade are being selected and provided by Coolidge Corner Booksmith and the Children's Book Shop, Brookline's two independent book stores.  Books will be distributed outside three Brookline Housing Authority (BHA) sites on three consecutive Fridays immediately following the Brookline Thrives van.
Project Bread - a fresh approach to ending hungerOur Brookline High Interact Club has committed to raising $500 to address hunger by participating in the annual Walk for Hunger. Let's step up, open our wallets and help them achieve their goal! Click here to make a donation 
And there's more! Interact President Delilah Chapman Samstad has invited us to join in the effort as walkers. Interested? Click here for Delilah's Project Bread personal page with an invitation to join her team. Step out with them, enjoy the exercise and just being outdoors!  Bring your dog!  Choose when and where, April 23 through May 2.
Brookline Rotary's joint project with Brookline's Sister City Quezelguaque, Nicaragua, provides clean water for the first time to the people of this mountain region. One in ten people around the world do not have access to clean water. 
This project was featured in a session given in cooperation with Brookline Adult and Community Education in March. We heard more about the global problem of water insecurity, and an update on the progress of this multi-year project. 
The project was also featured this month in the District 7910 newsletter.  Click here to learn more
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