Mike and Leslie pictured here volunteering for their local Rotary Club of Santa Ana. They helped make hundreds of maks for front line workers in our community, thanks to wonderful non-profit organizations like the Rotary.
Rotary Project Shield fundraised a little over $130,000 and quickly helped make and distribute 67,000 of masks to hospitals and care facilities throughout the medical community.
Once described as the “heartbeat of Rotary,” Community Service is a multi-pronged effort to improve the quality of life in Southern California. Rotarians have long been making substantial and lasting contributions to their communities. To a large extent, Rotary’s reputation is built on the Community Service projects undertaken by Rotarians.
As a local BNI Chapter Member, Mike collaborates with other small businesses in his community and they help each other out. This network of local businesses fortifies and supports the economy of the community.
BNI (Business Network International) provides a structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals for a wide range of businesses in the community.