Rotary Clubs of Mountain View and Los Altos Sunset Donate Undergarments for CSA Clients

Mountain View, CA -- Members of the Rotary Clubs of Mountain View and Los Altos Sunset teamed up to collect and deliver several boxes of new underwear to Community Services Agency in Mountain View on Tuesday. Over 350 undergarments in all sizes for men and women were donated by members of both clubs to help those in need, especially with the winter months approaching.

“We are grateful to receive this donation,” says Tom Myers, Executive Director, Community Services Agency. “These garments will help keep our clients warm in cold weather, and frankly, are a huge boost to their self-esteem.”

“Rotary is always on the look-out for ways to benefit the community, both locally and beyond,” says Bruce Barsi, President, Rotary Club of Mountain View. “This particular project was both meaningful and fun for our membership, and we were thrilled with the participation.”

Rotary International is a humanitarian service organization with over 1.2 million members worldwide, devoted to creating positive, lasting change in our local and global communities. This year’s Rotary International theme is “Engage Rotary – Change Lives.” Our local theme is “Fun Through Service.”

For more information about this particular community service project and/or if you are looking to become part of an organization doing great things in the community and throughout the world -- and have a blast doing it - please contact Bruce Barsi at 650. 650.280.0251 or bbarsi@msn.cus. 

PHOTO CAPTION: Rotary Clubs of Mountain View and Los Altos Sunset recently teamed up to collect and deliver undergarments for clients served by Community Services Agency of Mountain View. Pictured are Twana Karney, Bruce Barsi (President) and Tom Myers of the Rotary Club of Mountain View and Shawn Curby, President of the Rotary Club of Los Altos Sunset. 


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