The Rotary Club of Doylestown continues its philanthropic commitment to the community by awarding $36,000 in grants to eleven charitable organizations and efforts.
Eight of the grantees were selected through Doylestown Rotary's annual RFP process, and three grantees were previously chosen to receive ongoing grants. Each year, Doylestown Rotary holds various fundraising events to raise money to support local nonprofit organizations and capital projects focused on promoting peace, providing addiction education, deterring expressions of hate, and helping families at risk and victims of abuse.
2020 Grant Recipients
Ongoing Grant Recipients
Doylestown's Youth Fishing Program - $1,500
The grants, which are usually presented at Doylestown Rotary's annual Four-Way Test Breakfast, were distributed despite having to postpone this year's event due to the coronavirus. Since 2008, Doylestown Rotary has given over $273,000 back to the community.
"The coronavirus brought us many new challenges, but Doylestown Rotary and Rotary District 7430 stay committed to helping fulfill the needs of our community despite the unexpected," said Chris Nardo, immediate past president of Doylestown Rotary. "We will continue to think outside of the box to support our fundraising efforts for the remainder of this year into next under the direction of our new president, Mark Hoffman."
 About Doylestown Rotary
The Rotary Club of Doylestown, founded in 1924, is a volunteer service organization comprising 85 neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our community and around the world. All community members are invited to learn more about the Rotary Club of Doylestown. Among its many community programs, Doylestown Rotary sponsors scholarships for high school students, coordinates international exchange programs, provides volunteers for community events, co-sponsors the Doylestown Borough Dam Fishing Derby, and funds worthy local projects and charities. The Doylestown Rotary strives to encourage and foster service as a basis of worthy enterprise.