Our projects are at the core of what Rotary is about - Service Above Self.

This page features a selection of our service projects, both completed and ongoing. Explore and be intrigued.

Partnership with Feed My Starving Children

Feed My Starving Children is a Twin Cities based organization feeding severely malnourished children around the world. In celebration of its centennial, the Rotary Club of Saint Paul has committed to packing meals for 100,000 starving children each year beginning in 2010.

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Century Scholars

Another of our centennial service projects, the Century Scholars program will provide college scholarships for Saint Paul high school students.

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Bolivia: Laguna Sulty Water Project

In January 2008, the Laguna Sulty Agricultural Reservoir was dedicated in the presence of Saint Paul Rotarians who sponsored the project.

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Guayana: Water and Education Projects

The Rotary Club of Saint Paul enjoys a long-standing relationship with the Rotary Club of Corriverton, Guyana. The trusted partnership between the clubs is a key element why our development projects in Guyana can be so effective.

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Ecuador: Ilalo Greening Initiative

This project was the direct outgrowth of a GSE team visit by District 5960 to Ecuador in spring 2007, headed by Al Zdrazil. This project was approved by our district and Rotary International as Matching Grant # 68535.

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Dictionaries for Saint Paul Public Schools

Saint Paul Rotary started the Dictionary Project in the fall of 2006. Each year, dictionaries are donated to Saint Paul students in honor of our weekly presenters. That's over 3,000 dictonaries going to every third grader in the Saint Paul Public School system.

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Saint Paul Walking Tour

During the summer, 2008, the Rotary Club of Saint Paul created "Uniquely Saint Paul", a self-guided walking tour in celebration our 21st Century River City's most distinctive qualities..

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