Rotaplast International, Inc. is committed to helping children and families worldwide by eliminating the burden of cleft lip and/or palate, burn scarring, and other deformities. Working with local professionals, Rotarians, and other organizations, Rotaplast sends multidisciplinary medical teams to provide free reconstructive surgery, ancillary treatment, and training for the comprehensive care of these children. Rotaplast supports education and research towards prevention of cleft lip and/or palate. Our aim is to help local professionals build sustainable models for the care of these children, improving their lives and those of their families.
On Tuesday, October 20, and continuing for the next four Tuesdays, the Warrington Rotary club in cooperation with the St. Vincent DePaul Society and the John Barclay elementary school distributed 50 meals (feeding a family of four) to 50 families experiencing some level of food insecurity. A special thank you to Maryanne Bush from the St. Vincent DePaul Society, Dr. Joe Brereton, Principle of John Barkley Elementary school and Giuseppe’s Warminster for their collaboration with this initiative.
Administered from its office on Boathouse Row in Philadelphia, PCAS currently operates 13 sport-and-wellness programs year-round, with a focus on building inclusive communities with barrier-free and supportive settings.

The first two adaptive sports venues of today's PCAS were Philadelphia Adapted Rowing, founded in 1981, and the PA Adapted Ski program founded in 1982.

 
The Warrington Rotary has been a participant in the Central Bucks MobilePack since the initial event in 2012. To date, the MobilePack has produced 4,746,460 meals, which translated into feeding enables the missions on the ground around the world to feed 13,004 kids a meal/day for a year. Rotary has made a positive difference in the event's success with their physical support, the commitment of resources, and the financial support needed to have an event.