Future Roots Project approached The Rotary Club in 2009 and the partnership continues to improve the lives of impoverished children living in extreme conditions. Rotary is an organization of business professionals with more than 1.2 million members and 34,000 clubs worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, and help build goodwill and peace throughout the world.

The collaboration between Future Roots Project and the Rotary Club began in 2009 and over the years has developed into a strong partnership that continues to benefit impoverished communities and schools in Nicaragua. We have received support from many clubs in District 5950 in Minnesota including New Hope, Crystal, Robbinsdale, Golden Valley, Minnetonka, Maple Grove, and Brooklyn Park.  Future Roots Project has also has the opportunity to meet and help Rotarians who come to Nicaragua from many different places to do service work: a group from Boston built the first police station in a neighborhood we serve, a brigade of dentists from Texas come annually to provide badly needed dental services to children and there is also an ongoing collaboration between several clubs to distribute water filters in impoverished communities facing serious water issues.

Because Future Roots Project works year around in Nicaragua we are able to help visiting Rotarians with logistics including arranging accommodations, transportation, scheduling visits to local Rotary meetings, interpretation, and other tourist information.

Thank you to the Golden Valley, Brooklyn Park, and Crystal-Robbinsdale-New Hope Rotary Clubs for their generous donations last year to continue our vocational trainings.

Dentists 2015
The Rotary Club of Grand Prairie, Texas during their 2015 visit to El Pantanal, Nicaragua.
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