Project Amigo supports underprivileged children in Colima, Mexico to achieve their highest potential by providing educational opportunities, material support, and enrichment activities.
Rotarians and others support Project Amigo by sponsoring children and participating in volunteer weeks either as a Club, as individuals, or as families.
Our students are proud to share their success stories. Hear one of our graduates speak about her experience.
If you, your Rotary Club or organization is interested in a virtual presentation to learn about Project Amigo’s success over the past 35 years and/or looking for opportunities available to be a part of this international project, please contact:
We also invite you to visit the Project Amigo website for more information.
For all presentations (on line or in person) PACS Representatives make between July and Dec 15th, we invite those present for the presentation, to enter their names in a draw for a Certificate to Attend a Volunteer Week at Project Amigo.
Draw date December 15, 2020
For more information or to enter your name please contact
Westlock Rotary Dinner Theatre is bringing the show to you virtually this year. Stay Home and Stay safe, Support Westlock Rotary by purchasing a ticket to this one of a kind Video on demand movie experience. An original featuring locals.
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