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Santa Clara Rotary Foundation

 

The Santa Clara Rotary Foundation (SCRF), is dedicated to serving the local and world community. The SCRF is composed of business and community leaders that encompass Rotary’s motto of "Service Above Self."

The Santa Clara Rotary Foundation supports the community with projects such as: Steps for Success, Christmas

for Kids, College Scholarships and the Enterprise Leadership Conference. In addition to making major financial contributions to the welfare of the city of Santa Clara, the volunteer efforts of both Rotarian members and others enable the SCRF to use 100% of our event proceeds toward service-based programs we sponsor each year.

Santa Clara Foundation (SCRF) Programs:

ENTERPRISE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Entrepreneurial Awareness

The Enterprise Leadership Conference (ELC) - Students are challenged and inspired to consider the opportunities in starting and running their own business. ELC is designed to provide an intensive introduction to entrepreneurial opportunities in America.

60 Junior High School students attend a three-day overnight team building business conference.

STEPS FOR SUCCESS
Shoes, Socks & Library Books

The Rotary Club of Santa Clara partners with the Santa Clara Library Foundation to provide young school children, from low-income families, with a new pair of shoes, socks, and a library book. This ensures that students will have properly fitted shoes for school and physical education classes. It also ensures that each student receives a book to read and call their own.

SANTA CLARA HIGH SCHOOL
COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

Sixteen $2,000 dollar College Scholarships are awarded to eligible City of Santa Clara High School student graduates each year.

CHRISTMAS 
FOR KIDS

 150 Eligible children from the Santa Clara Unified District receive a warm Coat and a Bag of  age and gender appropriate Gifts.

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Santa Clara Rotary Foundation

 333 W. Santa Clara St., Suite 750, San Jose, CA 95113

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