Endowment Fund Grants
In 1966, the Birmingham Rotary Club, in an effort to expand its ability to perform charitable work, created the Birmingham Rotary Club Endowment Fund. Grants are awarded to other charities and/or directly to worthy individuals or causes that fall into Rotary's six areas of focus:
  • Prevention and resolution of conflicts and the promotion of peace
  • Prevention and treatment of disease
  • Water cleanliness
  • Mother and child's health
  • Basic education and literacy
  • Economic and community development
 
Grant applications are reviewed twice per year and are due on April 15th & October 15th.  Do you have a project or non-profit that meets one of Rotary's 6 areas of focus?  To apply for a grant, please use the following link to download the grant application form.  If you have any questions or would like more information on the grant process, please contact us using the "Contact Us" link at the top of the page.
 
 
 
Here are a few projects that we provided just over $13,500 in grants to in 2019:
 
Hope Warming Center -
Represented by Elizabeth Kelly, Executive Director.  
Grant monies received will fund replacement of bunk beds and mattresses for the facility located in Pontiac, MI.
  
 
Hope Against Human Trafficking -
Represented by Janna Snyder, Development Director
Grant monies received will purchase 6 air conditioning units for houses that survivors live in.
  
 
OHorizons Bio-Sand Filters for Bangladesh -
Represented by Laura Richardson, CEO.  
Grant monies received will fund Bio-Sand filters to provide clean water in Bangladesh