Rotary Club of Salem Supports Local Non-Profits

The Rotary Club of Salem recently awarded close to $11,000 to eight local non-profits as a result of their 2017 Spring Small Grant Applications. Requests totaling more than $30,000 were received from 25 applicants. After much deliberation, the following projects were selected. United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley – The Smile Drive Dental Kits: funds […]

Making A Difference in Haiti

We’ve written before to share with you the details on the wonderful partnership between our club, others in our district and Rotary International – and the amazing work that’s be being done in Haiti. We’re happy to give you an update on our latest efforts. Last year, we raised funds to initiate a third well-drilling project […]

Small Grant Window – NOW OPEN!

Do you know of a deserving organization who could use some extra cash to support their good deeds? Encourage them to apply for one of our small grants! These grants generally range from $500 – $1,500 and are granted to Salem area non-profit organizations who support youth in our community. For further detail and access […]

Grant Awarded – Family Building Blocks

The Rotary Club of Salem has awarded a grant to Family Buildings Blocks (FBB) to assist in the development of two therapeutic playgrounds for infants/toddlers enrolled in therapeutic education at Helen’s Place, FBB’s newest satellite location in central Salem. FBB is a non-profit that serves children ages birth to six years and their families with […]

Weekly Newsletter | January 17, 2017

I continue to be impressed this year with the good work and projects this club’s member’s undertake in this community. Whether it’s John Shirley’s work on the “Big Race” schedules for next October, Berry Nelson’s work on our 100 Year Project (the outdoor theater) in the River Front Park as we approach 2020, or Sue […]

Small Grant Awarded: Willamette Heritage Center

Amazing things happen when Rotarians are involved. A few weeks ago, President Steve discovered there was a matching grant available from Rotary International. If our club could come up with $2,000, they would match that. The snag – the deadline to apply was only 20 days away! The GoodWorks committee sprang into action and started […]

2016-2017 GoodWorks Grant Window – NOW OPEN!

Do you know of a deserving organization looking for grant funding? Our club is on the hunt for it’s next major grant recipient. Up to $30,000 available. The grant window opened today and will remain open until August 31. For more detail on how to apply, click here to be directed to our online application. To […]

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