In 2018, we will continue to “Ride to Fight Hunger” as we help raise funds and do a food drive for Tabitha’s Way. We are in talks with a couple of other organizations relating to our “Ride to Fight Hunger” focus and hope to be announcing those partnerships soon!
In 2017, we supported Tabitha’s Way with a food drive and proceeds went toward dictionaries for the 3rd Grade Students in the Alpine School District as part of the Dictionary Project.
In 2016, We will be supporting Tabitha’s Way – a food pantry that will be coming to the American Fork / Pleasant Grove Area and continue to support The Dictionary Project. We are considering other opportunities to benefit local organizations and will announce those as they become available. This year we will be adding a “Food Drive” Component to the event. More details to follow! Proceeds will continue to support projects through the Rotary Club of Mount Timpanogos, Utah County, Utah as well.
In 2015, a portion of the funds were used to help with the The Dictionary Project. We were able to deliver over 1800 Student Dictionaries to 3rd Grade Students in the Alpine School District, Charter and Private Schools.
In 2014, a portion of the funds raised were used to help with the Book Fairy Program at Greenwood Elementary (Every 1st Grader gets ONE book a month during the school year from the Book Fairy. They get to keep these books and take them home). The Dictionary Project. 1800 Student dictionaries were donated to 3rd Grade children in the Alpine School District, Charter Schools, and Private Schools. Funds were also donated to World Bicycle Relief, which improves lives in Africa through cycling, and other projects.
In 2013, a portion of the funds raised will be used to improve Rotary Park in American Fork, help with a Book Fairy program at Greenwood Elementary (Every 1st Grader gets 1 book a month during the school year from the Book Fairy. They get to keep these books and take them home), and other projects.
In 2012, a portion of the funds raised were donated to improve the Lambert Park Trail in Alpine, and World Bicycle Relief, which improves lives in Africa through cycling. The Rotary Club of American Fork will also use a portion of the funds raised for local humanitarian projects.