Glenwood Noon Rotary began a partnership with two nonprofit organizations based in Chinle, AZ on the Navajo Nation.
Read-At-Home promotes children and family literacy.
  •    Glenwood Springs Noon Rotary Club contributed $10,250 through club, member donations and a literacy campaign
  •     By September, 445 students received a school-year long magazine subscription of their own to take home and engage in a variety of literacy activities with their families.
Chinle Planting Hope works to bring hope and empowerment to families and communities on the Navajo Nation.
Glenwood Rotary Club Provided Supplies & Service to begin the Chinle Planting Hope Community Center which includes:
  • Book Share Space and Bookmobile
  • Thrift Shop
  • Bicycle Shop
  • Playground and Community Gathering Area
It is 70 miles to the nearest library. That library does not have a children’s section and is only open a couple hours a day and only during weekdays.  It is 95 miles to the nearest place to buy clothing & many other goods.
Glenwood Noon Rotary partnered with Chinle Planting Hope with:
7,500 pounds of goods delivered including 15,000 children books
702 service hours including work projects at Chinle
$67,635 contribution including value of goods and in kind services