Rotary offers $100,000 service grant | Enumclaw Rotary Foundation

The Sustainable Community Project 2022 Grant is newly-established and intended to provide a sustainable, long-term benefit to the greater Enumclaw community rather than funding a singular need or event.

The Enumclaw Rotary Foundation offers grants to members of the community and the plateau as an expression of the Rotary motto, “Service Above Self.”

The Sustainable Community Project 2022 Grant is newly-established and intended to provide a sustainable, long-term benefit to the greater Enumclaw community rather than funding a singular need or event.

This grant request should be for a multi-year project or effort that meets the needs of, generally enhances, or improves conditions for members of the Enumclaw community with the final installment of money coming in 2022.

The grant request can be for as high as $100,000.

Project 2022: Criteria for Application and Project:

• Non-profit

• Improvement to the Enumclaw Community in the future

• Sustainable

• Long-lasting connection to Enumclaw Rotary

• High Visibility in the Community

• Tied to Rotary Causes (promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, sanitation and hygiene, saving mothers and children, supporting education, growing local economies)

The grant application can be accessed at the following Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/WYOgPyReA46ddnvI3

The grant deadline for applications is February 20, 2018 at 4:00 PM.

Questions about this grant can be sent to Mike Nelson, Enumclaw Rotary Foundation President at michael_nelson@enumclaw.wednet.edu or calling 360.802.7102.

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