Feature Community Service Projects:
Rotary’s Area of Focus Guide:
Community Assessment Tools
Develop Effective Projects
Using Rotary’s online tools for planning, implementing, evaluating, and promoting service initiatives.
Rotary Service in Action
A bi-monthly Newsletter with Blog that highlights service activities and keeps youupdated about the latest resources, best practices, partnership information, and project stories from the field.
Young Leaders in Action newsletter
Bi-monthly Newsletter with news about Rotary’s youth young adult programs.
Rotary Learning Center
Have you created an account on MY ROTARY? Go to MYROTARY .com, and learn more about resources, announcements, training, and much more.
Rotary Community Corps (RCCs)
RCC’s are club-sponsored organizations of community members who regularly work with Rotary Clubs on local service activities.
Features inspirational club-led service projects. Clubs can browseproject to motivate their own service activities and post their completed activities to inspire others.
Project Funding and Financial Resources.
Funding your project can come from many sources, including, Special events such as walkathons, Online crowdsourcing platforms, Individual donors, Corporations or local businesses, other Foundations, Nonprofit or non-governmental organizations, non- Rotary grants, Government Agencies, or other clubs and districts. Explore your project funding options and find tips on holding a successful fundraiser.
The Rotary Foundation supports projects across all our areas of focus. We offer clubs and districts several kinds of funding opportunities:
Learn more about Rotary grants, including what kinds of projects are eligible and how to apply. Work with your district Rotary Foundation committee to discover what funding may be available in your district.
Insurance and Certificate of Insurance (COI)
Consider liability insurance for your club project and events.
To access insurance information online, such as certificates of insurance, policy summaries, and incident/claim forms, please visit Gallagher Insight website: https://insight.ajg.com.
All U.S. Rotarians will need to use the below credentials
Username: Find Username on DACdb HOME page
Password: Find Password on DACdb HOME page
U.S. Rotarians can also contact Gallagher by:
phone: 1.833.3ROTARY (1.833.376.8279)
Finding Volunteers to support your Hands on Project
Do you have a project and need people support to achieve your goal? If partnering with other Rotary clubs or community service groups is insufficient in meeting your needs, consider the following organization that recruitvolunteers to assist with projects like yours.
Rotary Community Core (RCC)
ASSISTANCE/GUIDANCE NEEDED WITH PROJECT
Hands on assistance
COMPLETE FORM AND SUBMIT TO DISTIRCT 5160 COMMUNITY SERVICE CHAIR.
TECH ADVISORS NEEDED- SIGN UP
LIST OF ROTARIANS WILLING TO MAKE SELF AVAILABLE TO GUIDE OR PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.
HOW TO WRITE A GRANT
HOW TO ORGANZIE A “FINANCIAL LITERACY” PROJECT WITH LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.,
HOW TO DEVELOP A CLUB WEBSITE
HOW TO MARKET A PROJECT USING TECH STATE OF ART PLATFORM/TOOLS.
HOW TO CRAFT EFFECTIVE MARKETING or ADVERTIZING MATERIALS.