Even the Longest Roads come to an End!


“Even the longest roads come to an end!!! I can’t believe the day is here when we can finally share these beautiful photos of the vehicle purchased with the generosity of funding from Rotary Club of Towsontowne! This message comes with our deep appreciation.”

“The vehicle, which is a beautiful, 2023 Silver Toyota RAV4, will be the perfect mode of transport for our team. In the foreground of the picture are Tanya Jones and Ashley Lee, home visitors with our Family Spirit program that I was fortunate to meet just last week in New Mexico. Hearing from them directly, about their connection with families and the impact of the Family Spirit home visiting program, was truly remarkable.”

“Please know the Rotary Club of Towsontowne vehicle carries the spirit, generosity and goodwill of the Rotarians as it traverses the reservation roads.”

– Kathleen M. Grealis


“Thank you for your contributions, fundraising and all your efforts to serve the American Indigenous community in Chinle Arizona. The Vehicle is purchased by Johns Hopkins Center for Indigenous Health (JHCIH) , equipped and used as Mobile Clinic, extending their”Family Spirit” home visiting program to American Indian families in Chinle.”

“Following is their second thank you letter along with pictures of the vehicle and local staff.”


“In the spirit of healing, I honor the Piscataway and Susquehannock Nations, the original peoples of the land which Johns Hopkins University occupies. We give thanks to the past, present and future stewards of this land and respect all tribal nations’ sovereignty and right to self-determination. We aim to hold ourselves and the university community accountable to tribal nations.”



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