The Raleigh Sertoma Club received a 2021 Sertoma Club Grant, marking the club's commitment to volunteer service, charitable support and community leadership in the Raleigh area. Funds from the grant benefit BEGINNINGS for Parents of Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
Raleigh Sertoma has partnered with BEGINNINGS for several years, supporting its Grants to Parents Program, as well as sponsoring the organization's affiliation with our parent organization, Sertoma Inc. Raleigh Sertoma Club president John Kelly presented a check to BEGINNINGS executive director Diane Doak and development director Ellen Fort.
Raleigh Sertoma is part of the national Sertoma, Inc. family of local civic service clubs. A thriving nonprofit service organizations that has been in existence for more than a century. Sertoma is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those at risk or impacted by hearing loss through education and support.
"Sertomans throughout the United States and Canada are dedicated to creating communities that serve the needs of many," said Amy Ellington, Sertoma Interim Executive Director. "We created this grant program to help members like Raleigh SErtoma support community charitable programs and organizations."
Headquartered and founded in Kansas City, MO, in 1912, Sertoma, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit national service organization whose focus is assisting the more than 50 million people who struggle to or cannot hear, while also educating the public about hearing health. For more information about Sertoma and its community clubs, call 816-333-8300.
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