Club 1427 of Ashland, WI
Ashland Rotary Club

ASHLAND ROTARY EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM


The mission of the Ashland Rotary Education Grant is to promote “Servant Leadership in the communities we serve. The Grant is to provide funds for student based projects that engage school and community, builds leadership abilities in the student involved, is inclusive of the whole community, and promotes cultural benefits for the community.


The Ashland Rotary will look for projects where either:

     A) A moderate amount of grant money an give a project momentum (OR)
     B) Dedicated Rotarian/Community support will affect a significant result


Approved projects will:

  • Encourage student cooperation, team building, and provide leadership development opportunities
  • Allow for interaction and participation with Rotarians and community
  • members
  • Are creative, innovative, and allow student skills development in academic or enrichment areas of their life
  • Enhance understanding of leadership and Community engagement
  • Provide opportunities for student activities and learning not currently avail able


The primary focus of the grant is to develop “servant leadership”, and will not be used for:

  • Support for extra-curricular activities of a club, sport, or to reward non “servant leadership” activities
  • Support for travel for individuals or student groups such as bands, sports teams, or clubs
  • Support routine operating expenses or to eliminate previously incurred expenses



ASHLAND ROTARY – GRANT GUIDELINES

2 Types Of Grants Are Available


ROTARIAN SERVANT LEADERSHIP GRANTS

There will be up to three grants awarded each year
Applications must be received by May 1st of each year, with grants being awarded by June 1st  for
the next school year


ROTARIAN “MOMENTUM” GRANTS

Grant amounts of $50 - $200
Funds must be used within 45 days of approval
Grants can be applied for at any time, with grants awarded within 15 days after application