The Rotary Club solicits grant applications from nonprofit associations
The Rotary Club of Bettendorf seeks grant applications of up to $ 2,500 from qualified non-profit organizations in the Quad Cities.
The deadline to apply is November 1, according to a press release.
The Rotary Bettendorf Grants Committee accepts applications once a year from nonprofit organizations that provide basic human services, serve young people, or serve the needs of the local community. Former scholarship recipients are encouraged to apply, as well as those who have not received a scholarship before.
âAlthough we are a Bettendorf club, we are actively reviewing applications from qualified organizations throughout the Quad-City community,â said Jeff Hassel, grant committee chair.
Bettendorf Rotary has generated funds for philanthropic purposes primarily through its recent Lobster Rock ‘n Roll fundraising event. Local non-profit organizations have received over $ 275,000 in grants thanks to the generous support of sponsors, donors and participants in the club’s annual fundraising activities.
To be considered for a grant, an organization must complete the online application form here before November 1st.
Grants are not awarded to groups for annual fundraising, organizational endowments, deficit financing, individual grants, scholarship funds, political groups or activities, Rotarians and their families, or to individuals. sectarian purposes.
The Rotary Club of Bettendorf was founded on May 22, 1957. With approximately 100 members, the club lives out Rotary’s motto – âService Above Youâ – by funding and participating in local, national and international projects. The club meets every Wednesday at noon at the Tanglewood Pavilion, 4250 Middle Road, Bettendorf. To learn more about Bettendorf Rotary, visit its website.