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Keep On Truckin' seems an apt phrase for this year's Run With Rotary.
 

Out of funds raised from last year's event, the Montgomery/Rocky Hill Rotary Club purchased a mobile soup kitchen for the Samaritan Homeless Interim Program (SHIP).  This year, our goal is to purchase yet another truck - this time for an innovative local charity Bentley Community Services.
 

Bentley picks up donations from generous grocers, individuals, farms, wholesalers, distributors, retailers, dairies, bakeries and restaurants.  They divert truly high quality foods that would otherwise end up in the landfill and re-direct these goods into the households that certainly could use them. They serve as a re-distributor of donated product, redistributing donated surplus food and basic needs through a program in which each clientele family provides a few hours on a rotation basis offering helping hands in volunteer service in support of BCS operations helping keep costs down.  The innovative BCS program uses a “self-help” model in which the beneficiaries are also partners in running the organization. By providing this avenue of exchange, community, connection and accountability, Bentley fosters responsibility, caring and community.
 

All moneys raised via the Sapphire and Diamond sponsorship levels will go directly toward that cause, as will the 50% of the raffle that isn't returned to the winning ticket holders.  Other local Rotary clubs are also participating, as the relationships amongst the clubs in the district continues to strengthen.
 

Please help us Make A Difference by becoming a sponsor or a vendor, by purchasing 50/50 raffle tickets, or simply by registering for the run.

 

About the Run With Rotary

Proceeds will benefit the Rotary Club of Montgomery Rocky Hill Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that is involved in local, national, and international charitable activities such as providing support for the Montgomery Township Food Pantry and programs spearheaded by Rotary International for the eradication of polio and provision of relief to victims of natural disasters through the ShelterBox Program.

Formerly known as the “Run with Aimee” this wonderful race was first held in 1997. After ten successful years, the founding family decided to end its participation in the race. The Rotary Club of Montgomery Rocky Hill, at the urging of the Montgomery Township Recreation Department, volunteered to maintain this important community activity. 

100% of your sponsorship goes to great causes!

The RUN WITH ROTARY is presented this year by (insert lead sponsors). Their thoughtful and generous donations represent a powerful commitment to this charitable community event. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, visit our Sponsors page to learn more and to download the pledge form, or contact us at race_information@runwithrotary.org.

Twenty Two Years … And Beyond!

Run With Rotary Beneficiaries

Since 1990 the Rotary Club of Montgomery-Rocky Hill has raised over $800,000 for the Rotary Club of Montgomery-Rocky Hill Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation. The Foundation has funded a broad range of local and international charitable causes and services, such as:

  • The Montgomery Food Pantry
  • The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK)
  • Montgomery High School Scholarships (over $300,000)
  • Polio Plus (eradication of polio worldwide)
  • Community Development Awards Votech Scholarships ($65,000+)
  • Shelter Boxes for international disaster relief
  • The Montgomery Senior Center
  • Be the Match Bone Marrow Registry
  • Somerset County 4H
  • Crawford House
  • Water for South Sudan
  • Montgomery EMS
  • Interact Clubs in Montgomery Schools
  • Operation Chillout (homeless veterans)
  • The Mary Jacobs Library
  • Montgomery PBA
  • Samaritan Homeless Interim Program (S.H.I.P.)
  • Montgomery Volunteer Fire Companies
  • Homefront (Trenton area homeless children)
  • The Hillsborough Food Bank
  • Agape House (homeless family assistance, Somerville)
  • Hurricane Sandy Relief
  • Bentley Community Services- emergency aid for local families
  • Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization (SWS) – services for at risk youth and families