ROTARY CLUB OF WASHINGTON DC ANNOUNCES SPECIAL CENTENNIAL GRANT OF $100,000 TO MARK ANNIVERSARY OF SERVICE TO THE WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA
The Rotary Club of Washington, DC today announced that applications will be accepted for a special Centennial Community Service Grant to mark the 100th anniversary of the club’s Rotary Foundation, which has been supporting non-profit local organizations since the early part of the last century.
In recent years, the Rotary Foundation of Washington DC has been able to provide nearly 40 competitively chosen 501(c)(3) organizations with grants ranging from $500 to $5,000. Typically, three applications each win a major grant of $20,000.
“This year we will reward a single Washington DC non-profit with a larger grant for a significant activity as a statement of pride in our 100 years of service and our commitment to a better future for our community,” said Marilyn Nevy Cruz, this year’s club President.
The Rotary Club of Washington DC established its own Rotary Foundation in 1922 to engage in works of charity. This year the Foundation celebrates its 100th year of dedicated support for a wide range of charitable community development activities. In honor of this milestone, the DC Rotary Club and its Foundation are providing a one-time Centennial Grant of $100,000 to benefit Metropolitan DC residents in the thematic areas of ‘Saving Mothers and Children’ and/or ‘Supporting Education’.
The application for the DC Rotary Foundation 100k Centennial grant closes Friday, September 30.
The instructions and form can be found here: https://form.jotform.com/222116433846150
In addition to this special Centennial Grant, the Foundation will also conduct its usual grant application cycle in Early 2023, soliciting applications for small grants $1,000 – $5,000 benefiting the Washington DC metropolitan area. As in past years, the application period for the regular grant cycle will start December 1 and close January 31.
Please email email@example.com with any questions. A local club of Rotary International, The Rotary Club of Washington was established in the District of Columbia since 1912. Its 140 members meet weekly and are a diverse group committed to transforming lives through service.
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