Grant helps Rotary Club of Suntree’s Honduras project


The Rotary Club of Suntree will send medical equipment and supplies totaling $400,000 to a hospital in Honduras.


After more than 18 months of planning and administrative work, the Rotary Club of Suntree Foundation has received a Rotary International Global Grant in the amount of $35,200. The proceeds of this grant will be used to procure a container of medical equipment and supplies which will be sent to a hospital in La Paz, Honduras. The container is valued at approximately $400,000.

The Rotary Club of Suntree is teaming with Club Rotario Comayagua in Honduras and Project C.U.R.E. in Colorado to deliver the supplies to Hospital Dr. Roberto Suazo Cordova in La Paz, Honduras. Project C.U.R.E. is well known to Rotary International as one of the most capable organizations for this type of effort, having distributed medical supplies to more than 130 developing countries.

The Rotary Club of Suntree is part of Rotary International, a worldwide service organization with more than one million members in 35,000 clubs who do local and global service projects. The Suntree Club was established in 1985 and has completed many local and global service projects including:

• Suntree Rotary Park

• Pavilion at Suntree Elementary

• Renovations at Brevard Rescue Mission

• Suntree location of Harbor City Ambulance

• Financial support for the Children’s Hunger Project

• Financial support for Promise of Brevard

• Renovations for Space Coast Center for Mother’s and Children

• Boys and Girls Club

• Financial support of Operation La Paz Honduras

• King’s Hospital Blantyre, Malawi, Africa

• Brevard Schools Foundation

• Scenic byways

• Viera Regional Park Pavilion

For more information about the Rotary Club of Suntree, call Keith Gee at 321-258-5154.