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A camp for everyone

For more than 90 years, the Rotary Club of Kansas City has been rallying all corners of the community to help thousands of kids attend camp. The club, whose members are among Rotary’s first People of Action, gave the first donation to The Rotary Foundation

Strength in Diversity

Muslim and Christian women work together to prevent dengue fever in

Japanese diplomat earns Rotary alumni award

Japanese diplomat earns Rotary alumni

Rotary world gathers in Atlanta to celebrate 100 years

2017 Rotary Convention offers five days of inspiring speakers, exciting events, and opportunities to connect with club members from around the world

Understanding vaccine derived polio outbreaks

Understanding the recent polio

District Grant Awards

District Grants give Rotarians freedom in determining how to best spend funds donated to The Rotary Foundation in their district. Each Rotary year, districts may apply for one district grant, which can be used to support one or more projects, based on that district's interests and needs.

Click here to see a list of 2015-16 District Grant Awards

The Rotary Foundation District Chair 2016-17: PDG Beth Stubbs     

District Governor 2016-2017 Fred Heitman

2015 District 6780 Grant Award Pics - here are a few examples of the projects 6780 clubs are doing:

 

Chatt Bfst Grant

Chattanooga Breakfast -  latrines in remote, mountain areas of Haiti

Chattanooga Grant

Chattanooga - building a Miracle Field park for physically and mentally disabled kids

 

McMinnville Bfast Grant

McMinnville Breakfast - Purchased new walk in coolers to feed Kids in the Community. The new cooler/freezer allowed for bulk purchasing and serving more children.

Morristown Grant

Morristown - built "Rotary Place", a new playground in project housing development

 Livingston -  Distribute and read "Andy and Elmer's Apple Dumpling Adventure" to 400 third graders in Overton County schools

Knoxville Breakfast - Upgrade outdated studio & broadcast equipment for Bluegrass Elementary School

Bradley Sunrise -  Provide safe drinking water for 110 families and one elementary school in Portillo-Gonzales, Honduras

Sevierville-Sunrise  -  Replace outdated pulmonary function equipment in the Mountain of Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, serving 20,000 medically uninsured patients

Jefferson City - Renovate Boys & Girls Clubs of Dumplin Valley, replacing playground equipment, painting and providing school supplies