By Tami Sullivan
The Rotary Club of Cincinnati recently volunteered at St. Francis Seraph Ministries during Rotary Do Days, a large-scale, community-wide service day in Greater Cincinnati, when volunteers from the Rotary Club of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Cares and Tristate companies partner with area nonprofits to engage in meaningful service activities.
On a Friday afternoon in October, nine Rotary volunteers chose St. Francis Seraph Ministries in Over-the-Rhine to serve dinner in the Mother Teresa of Calcutta Dining Room to guests who have fallen on hard times, are unsheltered or simply need a meal. During the event, Vice Mayor Jan-Michele Kearney delivered a City of Cincinnati proclamation declaring Rotary Do Days as acts of meaningful service that benefit our community. For more information about St. Francis Seraph Ministries, visit sfsministries.org.