ADK International Projects
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Plan your chapter's participation on California's team "California Cares" for "The Longest Day" - June 2018
CA State ADK Project
"Break the Barriers"
Break the Barriers is a non-profit organization helping to meet the challenges and growing needs of children and adults in the San Joaquin Valley and beyond. Break the Barriers brings Inclusion Awareness and Education into the classroom, the workplace, after school programs, and social settings. It started in the garage and backyard of Steve and Deby Hergenrader. Inspired by Deby’s special needs sister in 1983, the Hergenrader’s began a journey that lead to the incorporation of Break the Barriers as a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) corporation in 1985. Break the Barriers now greets over 3000 children and adults every week in a 39,000 square foot “International Ability Center”. Programs include: gymnastics, health and fitness, music/theater arts, dance, martial arts, archery, sign language, and aquatics for all ages and abilities. Secret Pocket Scholarship Fund is to help students who need financial help to reach their goals by attending various classes.
Chapters may support the state altruistic project by sending checks to CA state treasurer, Marlene Cordova.
Beta Eta Chapter Projects
International and State Projects plus...
Annual scholarships to beginning teachers
Goto Fine Arts Endowment grants
Tommy Apostolos Shopping Spree
Friends of Roseville Library book sorters
Foster Youth at Sierra College
Beta Eta Volunteer Projects
Beta Eta members contribute many hours as well as monetary contributions to a variety of local and national charitable institutions and projects.
A log sheet is available under the Documents tab to record your activities each month. It is important to transfer this information to the Purple Book that Carolsue maintains as a record of our chapter's altruistic activity. Information from this Purple Book is used to submit our annual Altruistic Report to the State.
Listed below are some suggestions for qualifying activities: