2019-20 was the first full year of our existence.    The piechart on the left highlights the total incomes and expenditures/allocations of the Club during the course of this year.  It does not include the annual membership dues, which were almost entirely a pass-through.  We received $37,750 in contributions from Rotary, (the large section in gold) which includes the Globat Grant, the District Grant, the COVID-19 Grant.  The Club itself raised $14,450 for the various projects it carried out including the Club's contribution for the Global and District Grants (the section in green)  the orange slice represents the $2,500 that members donated to The Rotary Foundation.
Here is a rundown of our officially recorded activities during this year -1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020:
1.  COVID-19 Project 1:  The Club provided equivalent of Taka 1,30,000 to Monu Mia Sultana Girls Orphanage in Chandpur, Bangladesh, for food assistance to the 33 orphan girls in that orphanage.
2.   COVID-19 Project 2:  PPEs worth $1,000 were provided to St. Johns Riverside Hospital.
3.  COVID-19 Project 3:  District 7230 provided a $2,000 grant on behalf of the Club to the AFYA Foundation to provide essential PPEs to Hospitals and nurses in need.
4.  COVID-19 Project 4:  The Club provided food assistance to needy immigrant families for a total of $3,000.
5. The HeritageNY Club gave cash donation of $200 for canned food in addition to clothing, shoes and other household items valued at $500 for the Haiti Assistance Project led by the Yonkers-East Yonkers Rotary Club.
6.  The Club donated coats participating in the Coat Drive launched by the Rotaract Club of Manhattan..
7.  Thanksgiving Turkeys -Five 20-lb turkeys ($100) were donated to Hostos Micro-Society School in Yonkers.  These were raffled off to needy families along with more turkeys from the Yonkers Club.
8.  Earlier in the year, there was a H.E.L.P project done, handing out hygiene materials (toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, eyeglasses, socks, and towels) to parents of the Queens Daughters Day Care Center in Yonkers.  A grant of $750 from the Yonkers-East Yonkers Rotary Club helped finance the $1,000 project.
9.  For Nassau University Hospital project, District Grant #3092 was approved for $2,500 as a matching grant for benches at the hospital entrance. The district has reimbursed the Club on project completion. Total project cost was $5,000.
10.  Global Grant #1989638 "Quality education for poor rural children in Bangladesh through Teacher Training" was formally approved.  The total project cost is $38,170, of which HeritageNY Club put up $5,250. District 7230 contributed $5,000, while 4 neighboring Districts contributed $1,000 each. The project implementation is expected to begin soon.
11.  November was Rotary Foundation Month.  Rotary President asked Rotarians to give a gift to the Rotary Foundation.  It is a big achievement for the HeritageNY Club to have 2 Paul Harris Fellows who donated $1,000 each to The Rotary Foundation thereby earning the Fellowship. The District Governor awarded 3 Paul Harris Fellowships to 3 Club Members for their services.
12,  New Member Project:  The District awarded a $250 New Member Grant for a new Member Project.  These funds were used to supplement the Interfaith Food Pantry where food packets were given out to those in need.


In recognition of these activities in the service of needy humanity in our local community and internationally, our Club has received the 2019-20 Rotary Presidential Citation – which is the highest honor for a Club.