2020 Community Service Grant Program -      Call for Letters of Intent

The Community Service Committee (CSC) of the Evanston Lighthouse Rotary Club announces a call for Letters of Intent for the 2020 Community Service Grant Process.
 
Each year the CSC accepts letters of intent from non-profit organizations serving Evanston residents for specific programs in the amount of $500 to $3,000.
 
The CSC seeks to fund programs that will improve and enhance the quality of life for Evanston school-aged children and youth in the areas of health, safety and the environment.  Funding may improve access to current programs (especially for underserved populations); provide for creative new initiatives; or enhance current programs.  We encourage partnerships.
 
INFORMATION REQUESTED IN THE LETTER OF INTENT
 
A brief description of your non-profit organization including the organization's Mission Statement and its length of existence.
 
In 500 words or less, please describe the project/program for which you are seeking funding.  Include the total project/program cost, a demographic description of the project/program recipients being served; an estimate of the projected number of recipients; a description of the grant's impact upon this program/project and a brief plan for sustainability of the project beyond the funding period if the project is to continue.
 
Letters of intent are due to committee chair Susan Prout at swprout@comcast.net no later than March 31, 2020.
 
Organizations will be notified by April 19, 2020 as to whether or not they have been accepted into the grants process.
 
Organizations being considered for a grant will be contacted by a member of the committee during the week of April 19th to schedule a site visit and interview.
 
Organizations will be notified as to whether or not they are to be awarded a grant during the week of May 17 and if so, how much.
 
Grant checks will be presented at the June 2nd 7:15 a.m. Evanston Lighthouse Rotary Club meeting.
 
Applicants do not have to fill out a formal application.  The Letter of Intent should give basic information about the project and all other information will be collected during the site visit/interview.
 
Thank you for your interest in the Evanston Lighthouse Rotary Club Community Service Grant program!
 
 
 
 
2020 Community Service Grant Program - Call for Letters of Intent Kate Collinson 2020-02-15 06:00:00Z 0
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Taste of Evanston

Posted on May 03, 2018
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Enjoy a culinary tour of more than 40 of Evanston’s most exciting restaurants, breweries, and wine shops on the terrace of the magnificent Charles Gates Dawes House, home of the Evanston History Center, on Sunday, July 8, from 4-7 pm.   Enjoy live music and other entertainment.  Proceeds benefit Connections for the Homeless and Reba Place Development Corporation as well as local and international philanthropic projects of the Evanston Lighthouse Rotary Club.  Get your tickets now at tasteofevanston.org!
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Pathways to Peace

Rotary International and Harris Public Policy are proud to present the final event in a three part series of discussions focusing on peace and conflict.  Join us for "Sustaining the Peace" and hear from the next generation of peace builders who are working for communities around the world to ensure that today's challenges-from a record migrant population to increasing unrest with global institutions of governance-do not reverse the hard-won gains of the last century. Rotary Peace fellows and the first cohort of scholars from UChicago's Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflict will share their stories. This presentation will take place at Rotary International on April 10, 2018 from 6:00-7:30 PM. A reception will follow.      
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Support Kea and Kristin in the 2017 Ride to End Polio

Kea and Kristin will both ride 106 miles in the Ride to End Polio on Saturday, November 18th in Tucson. 
Click on the pictures below to support Kea and/or Kristin. You will be prompted to log in to My Rotary, select the amount you wish to contribute and complete the transaction using PayPal. Your contribution goes directly to The Rotary Foundation and earns Paul Harris points. Please support Kea's and Kristin's fundraising efforts for PolioPlus!
 
 
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Kea and Kristin are both riding in Miles to End Polio this year

Click to support their efforts:
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Koi honors ELRC Foundation as its Charity of the Month ("Table 23")

Koi Restaurant (624 Davis) recently presented the Evanston Lighthouse Rotary Foundation with a $600 check, representing the proceeds of its "Table 23" program.   As the restaurant's selected charity during the month of September, the ELRC Foundation earned a percentage of dining sales by Rotarians and also received some outright customer donations.  Thanks for supporting our charitable efforts in Evanston and around the world.  
Koi honors ELRC Foundation as its Charity of the Month ("Table 23") 2016-10-24 00:00:00Z 0

Community grant awards

Posted by George Ammerman on Jun 12, 2011
Award Recipients

Year-end grants to ten local projects and organizations totaling $14,100 were presented at our club meeting on 7 June 2011. After reciving their checks, grant recipients briefly described their projects. In the photo above, are the grant recipients, Community Service Chair Steve Goranson (far left), and club president Karena Bierman (far right).

Grant Awards List on Community Projects page.

Community grant awards George Ammerman 2011-06-13 00:00:00Z 0
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