When Is Our Next Grant Cycle?
The Eagle-Garden City Rotary Club's next grant cycle will be in the winter of 2022-2023.
About Our Charitable Fund Grants
The Rotary Club of Eagle-Garden City appreciates all that nonprofits do to serve others. As part of our own Rotary creed, "service above self," we maintain the Eagle-Garden City Rotary Charitable Fund and periodically award grants to qualifying nonprofits (designated 501c3 organizations).
Our grants range from $300 to $1,500, and the club prefers to support specific, detailed projects over general programs. Preferred projects also align with one or more of Rotary's seven areas of focus:
  • Promoting peace
  • Fighting disease
  • Providing clean water, sanitation and hygiene
  • Saving mothers and children
  • Supporting education
  • Growing local economies
  • Protecting the environment
For more information about our grantmaking process and charitable fund, contact our allocation committee chair (see homepage for contact link).
Grant Recipients
Winter 2021-2022
  • Agency for New Americans, a program of Jannus, Inc.: Creating brochures to enhance outreach to the community and raise awareness of the organization and its service.
  • Family Advocates Program, Inc.: Purchasing supplies, materials and equipment for a year's worth of classes for the Teen Mother Strengthening Education program.
  • Girls on the Run Treasure Valley: Providing scholarships to girls ages 8 to 13 to attend Girls on the Run at the Future Public School, a Title 1 school in Garden City, this spring.
  • Idaho Veterans Chamber of Commerce: Purchasing a computer to support job seeker initiatives and to connect the military community with career opportunities.  
  • Purses With a Purpose: Helping furnish donated space with shelving and storage for donations of purses, toiletries and other items.
Winter 2020-2021
  • Learning Lab, Inc.: Replacing computers needed by staff and students for literacy instruction for adults and school preparedness for children.
  • St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho:  Providing basic cell phones and prepaid minutes for citizens reentering society after incarceration.
Summer 2020
  • Camp Rainbow Gold: Retooling summer camp for Idaho children battling cancer to a virtual format to ensure they were safe and engaged during the COVID-19 pandemic.