Trenton Rotarians Mark Iorio and Glenn Paul present a check for $2,500 to Denise Daniels from the United Way of Greater Mercer County in support of TDI Connect.
The Trenton Digital Initiative, is a non-profit initiative to distribute free computers and low-cost, high-speed Internet to economically challenged Trenton families. Trenton Rotarians worked with other local organizations to launch this program and currently serve on the committee. To learn more, view the video produced in 2015.
Twelve volunteers worked for 2 1/2 hours on our planned Rotary Landscaping Service Project at Mount Carmel Guild in Trenton. Absent from the pictures were Rick Lazarick who previously extensively prepared plans for the sites and projected the supplies and materials needed, and Bud Gough who took pictures after also helping with the project!
Trenton Rotary joined forces with the Hamilton Area YMCA on a campaign to benefit school children suffering from hunger in January-February 2017. Here’s a sad statistic- 1 in every 5 children attend school on an empty stomach. It may seem hard to believe, but right here in Trenton and Hamilton many just can’t put food on […]
The Rotary Club of Trenton played a major role in the Mercer County HomeFront Playground Project: All of the Rotary Clubs of Central New Jersey—including the Princeton Corridor, Montgomery/Rocky Hill, Trenton, Princeton, Robbinsville and Hamilton–worked together for a single cause: to raise money needed to build a playground for the homeless children at the HomeFront […]
Trenton Rotarians Charlie Parkerson and Christine Secrist helped build the diaper pantry at HomeFront. Donna Baratta, Special Projects Director is coordinating a “Diaper Pantry” build on Saturday morning 1/21, and she needs more volunteers to help with the build and stocking of the Diaper Bank. The announcement of the project states: Diaper Pantry Build: Saturday, January […]
We partnered with St James Church in Pennington for a Trenton Rotary Club Service Project on Saturday, March 19th.
Trenton Rotary has supported the Trenton Digital Initiative (TDI) since Glenn Paul found an operating system called Ubuntu that could turn old computers into serviceable tools for economically challenged families in Trenton. Glenn and Trenton Rotarians Mark Iorio and Dave Breidinger formed a partnership with local organizations to launch TDI. In 2015, more than 600 computer packages (computer, […]
Trenton Rotarians, family and friends are getting into the holiday spirit by collecting funds for the Salvation Army, benefiting area residents in need during the holiday season. For many seasons, Trenton Rotarians has rung the bell for the entire week leading up to Christmas eve.
What’s New in Princeton & Central New Jersey? Reprinted from the July 10, 2013, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper by Michele Alperin Often an old computer will, for seemingly unfathomable reasons, slow down so much that using it becomes intolerable. Glenn Paul, who has been in the computer business in central New Jersey since the […]