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Guidelines for 2022

Since 1961, the Montgomery Rotary Club has provided more than $1 million in funding for local, nonprofits for any number of special projects. The funds to be provided are raised at an annual charity event, so while we take applications for specific project amounts, please know that the distribution is dependent on the funds raised. This year’s grant will be for the purchase of a vehicle (i.e. van) for your organization’s needs. The vehicle needs to have The Montgomery Rotary Club’s name as well.

Additional grant information

Applicants may request any amount needed. Past projects funded have ranged from $5,000 to $20,000, and Rotary may select more than one applicant in a given year.

  • The project must serve an important and valid community need.

  • The project must be completed within 12 months of receiving the grant.

  • The committee particularly looks at projects for which there is a naming opportunity for Rotary.

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2021 Grant recipients, Mercy House

How to apply

Prepare a written summary (limit of two pages) describing the project to be funded, including the following:

  1. Description of project to be funded and the amount needed. If the grant request is part of a larger project, please share how the additional portion of the project will be funded.

  2. Highlight anticipated outcomes of your project … will it meet current needs or is it needed to help grow your current program/services?

  3. List any other community partners working with you on this project and funding they may be providing.

  4. Name of individual submitting grant, along with contact information (email and phone).

  5. Most recent financial statement of your organization.

  6. Proof of 501(c)3 status

  7. List of current Board of Directors

  8. Description of how your organization will help promote the Rotary charity event (e.g., do you have board members who might buy tickets? A community newsletter in which we could place an announcement?)

 

A copy of your proposal should be received no later than Monday, November 22, 2021.

Email to: Brandi Hayes, office@montgomeryrotaryclub.com

You may also mail a copy to the American Red Cross Building, marked Attention: Montgomery Rotary Club. (5015 Woods Crossing, Montgomery, AL 36106)

Rotary Charity Foundation grant Recipients

1960

1961 Boys Club of Montgomery

1962 Boy Scouts

1963 Montgomery YMCA

1964 Montgomery YMCA

1965, 1974, 1982 AL Society for Crippled Children & Adults

1966 Retarded Children’s School

1967 City and County Clinic

1968, 1978, 1984 Goodwill Industries

1969 TB Sanatorium

1970

1970 Childrens’ Center

1971 Mental Health Center

1972 & 1990 Brantwood Children’s Home

1973 Montgomery Y Camp

1975 Boys Club of Montgomery

1976 Montgomery Fellowship Houses, Inc.

1977 Montgomery Blood Center-Red Cross

1979 St. Jude Exceptional Children’s Center

1980

1980 Group Homes for Children

1981Montgomery Area Council on Aging

1983 Montgomery Assn for Retarded Citizens

1985 Children’s Center of Montgomery

1986 Family Violence Center

1987 Montgomery Area Food Bank

1988 Faith Rescue Missions

1989 Father Purcell Exceptional Children’s Home

1990

1991 & 2005 Father Walter Child Care Center

1992 The Salvation Army

1993 YMCA

1994 & 2000 Family Sunshine Center

1995 Camp ASCCA

1996 Habitat for Humanity

1997 Central Alabama Labach Literacy Council

1998 Success By Six & HIPPY

1999 Christmas in April

2000

2002 YMCA Camp Chandler

2003 Boy Scouts of America-Tuckabatchee Area Council

2004 Boys and Girls Club of South Central Alabama

2005 Montgomery Area Nontraditional Equestrians MANE

2006 Montgomery Area Food Bank

2007 Camp ASCCA

2008 Brantwood Childrens Home

2009 Easter Seals

2010

2010 Robert E. Lee High School (Information Technology Center)

2011 The Salvation Army, Montgomery Association for Retarded Citizens and The Boys & Girls Club of Montgomery

2012 The Salvation Army and YMCA Camp Chandler

2013 One Place Family Justice Center and Chemical Addictions Program, Inc.

2014 The Friendship Mission and Mary Ellen’s Hearth at Nellie Burge Community Center

2015 The Salvation Army and Lighthouse Counseling Center

2016 The Boys & Girls Clubs of the River Region and Common Ground

2017 Montgomery Rotary Foundation for Dictionary Project & Dog Park

2018 Child Protect and Montgomery Habitat for Humanity

2019 Valiant Cross Academy

2020

2020 YMCA of Greater Montgomery

2021 Mercy House

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