President Charles Kamau was able to bring to the Club a donation from a Rotary supporter to enable Club Rotarians to carry out a small project which would help their local community. This system he named the “All in One Grant” process. Charles envisaged that these monies would be matched by funding from other sources found by the participating Rotarians.
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