TOPEKA ROTARY FOUNDATION
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Topeka Rotary Foundation funds daytime drop-in center for victim-survivors of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation at YWCA Center for Safety and Empowerment.  Click on graphic to view the press release.
 
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Rotary Club of Topeka - People of Action
Rotary Club of Topeka

Service Above Self

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Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Via ZOOM - Check your email for meeting information and links.
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Topeka, KS
United States of America
Phone:
(785) 232-7216
Rotary Foundation MiniGrant Application

A close up of a logoDescription generated with very high confidenceTopeka Rotary Foundation Invites Your Organization to Apply

 
 
Who is Eligible?          Any non-profit organization serving Topeka/Shawnee County
How much is Available:   These grants should request no more than $5000
What is the Process to Apply?  Submit a letter of application to Topeka Rotary Foundation, 225 SW 12th Street, Topeka, KS 66612 or email Joan Wagnon, Foundation chair at joan101740@cox.net.  
Letters of Application should include the following information:
            a.  Contact Information—agency, agency contact
            b.  What community needs does your program address (see below)?
            c.  Include a brief description of the program and the impact our grant would make.
            d.  When is the money needed?
            e.  Have you ever received a Rotary grant?  What was it used for?
            f.  Is anyone in your organization a Rotarian?  Please identify.
            g.  Are there opportunities for Rotarians to volunteer on this project or in your organization?
 
Guidelines for funding:
            a.   Requesting organization is a non-profit 501 c 3 organization.
            b.  Grant request must provide services in these areas of community need:
                        1.  Basic Needs (food, shelter, clothing, housing)
                        2. Summer Learning Loss-COVID Learning Loss
                        3. Mental Health Needs
                        4. Work surrounding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
 
Application Deadline:  Applications must be submitted by March 15, 2021.
                        
What is Rotary?
Rotary is a global network of community volunteers.  Rotary club members are business, professional, and community leaders who meet regularly to plan and implement community service activities and network with other professionals.  More than 1.2 million men and women in over 200 countries and geographical areas belong to over 33,000 Rotary clubs.  https://topekarotary.org
Weekly Meeting Information
Our next Zoom meeting is Noon, November 19, 2020. The program will be Col. Randy O'Boyle on "A journey back to Kansas." Randy served in the Air Force in Panama, Afganistan, Iraq, and the Pentagon. He is president of Ultra Precision Controls and a Manhattan Rotarian.
 
Please join us at 11:30 for zoom breakout rooms that are set up to be like lunch tables of 6-8 for social conversation.
 
You can access our meeting with a computer, tablet or smart phone and the internet. Check your email for instructions how from Steven Knoll.
Rotary Club of Topeka Service Committee 2020
Activities and Information
Our next Zoom meeting is Noon, November 19, 2020. The program will be Col. Randy O'Boyle on "A journey back to Kansas." Randy served in the Air Force in Panama, Afganistan, Iraq, and the Pentagon. He is president of Ultra Precision Controls and a Manhattan Rotarian.
 
Please join us at 11:30 for zoom breakout rooms that are set up to be like lunch tables of 6-8 for social conversation.
 
You can access our meeting with a computer, tablet or smart phone and the internet. Check your email for instructions how from Steven Knoll.
Did you miss a meeting?  Wished you had heard that speaker?  Just too hot to come to a meeting!!?  Thanks to Dave Heinemann, you can watch most of our meetings on the club's YouTube Channel.  Never heard of it? CLICK HERE to find out all about it.  Or click on "Club YouTube" on the menu bar at the top of the club website.  If you watch a meeting you missed, send an email to topekarotary@gmail.com and you will receive an attendance credit as if you had been there in person.  Watch any club video for any missed meeting.
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