The Rotary Club of Gunnison Colorado

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Community Grants

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Grant Guidelines Grant Application
 

The Rotary Club of Gunnison invites proposals from charitable organizations in the Gunnison Valley for grant support. We hope these proposals support programs and projects that “help foster the general well-being of our community”.

The Rotary Club of Gunnison is a dedicated group of local service-minded people encouraging high ethical standards, building peace, promoting truth and enhancing friendships. Listed below are many of the ways we support our community through volunteer hours or from fund raising events:

 Provide every Gunnison 3rd grader their own dictionary
 Provide every Gunnison 8th grader their own Constitution reference booklet
 Award college scholarships to high school seniors
 Review and award funds to non-profits and other organizations in our valley
 Send youth to Rotary Leadership summer camp
 Host Foreign Exchange students
 Clean up a mile of US Highway 50
 Help eradicate polio through donations to Paul Harris through the Rotary Foundation
 Staged 4th of July Fireworks for 62 years

Rotary International is the world’s largest service organization with 1.2 million members in over 200 countries. It is not religious or political. Rotary is dedicated to improving the lives of people at home and around the world, especially our youth. Membership is by invitation and reflects a cross-section of community representation.

Organizations interested in applying for a grant must be tax exempt or a charitable nonprofit organization. The deadline for receipt of completed applications is May 10, 2017. An application along with the explanation of the general criteria and guidelines can be downloaded below.

Please note that, if your organization receives grant funding, a member of your organization
will be asked to attend the Rotary meeting at 12 noon on June 27, 2017. Also, a member of
your organization may be asked to attend the 2018 Rotary Banquet to be recognized.

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Grant Guidelines Grant Application
 
2015 GRANT RECIPIENTS

2015 Rotary Grant WinnersL to R: Lauren Holbrook, Cathie Elliott (review committee), Shayla Fenti
(Project Hope), Julie Robinson and Joy Wills (Habitat for Humanity), Kira Taylor
and Zach Treisman (Mountain Roots), Lynna Frymoyer and Jennifer Kennedy (Pyramid Model Project), Darcie Perkins and Ansley Potoker (Living Journeys), Carlie Kenton (Gunnison Arts Center)
 

2015 Scholarship winners:

2015 Scholarship Winners
Attached is the scholarship photo - Josh Jacobson was awarded the Rotary
Scholarship for a student attending a 4-year University.  Josh plans to
attend CU-Boulder in the fall and is pictured here with his sister and
mother.  Scholarship Committee Chair, Bob O'Hayre and Club President, Lauren Holbrook.
Erica Uerling was the two-year Votech winner and Alex Wyman was the winner of the
WSCU Scholarship.
 

 
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