The Rotary Club of Cedarburg-Grafton is pleased to offer the following grant or scholarship opportunities to organizations and students in our community.

Community Grants for local organizations

Open to organizations with a project addressing the educational, philanthropic, or humanitarian needs of our community. Click here for the Community Grant information.

Scholarships for local high school students

Past and present High School Seniors living in the Cedarburg School District or Grafton School District are eligible to apply. Check with your High School Scholarship Coordinator or download the details and application by clicking this link Technical School scholarship and the Lowel K Levy Hard Work scholarship (revised 3/19/2024).

Rotary District 6270's Regional Grant 

The amount of the scholarship is USD $30,000 and must be used for graduate school studies outside the United States. Applicants must be residents of the geographic area of D-6270 (southeast Wisconsin) or attending an undergraduate school in the geographic area. In addition, a proposed program of study must be closely aligned with one of Rotary’s seven “Areas of Focus.” Members of Rotaract clubs are eligible to apply but not Rotarians nor their family members. Click here to learn more about this grant opportunity.

Rotary International Foundation Grant

The Rotary Foundation offers up to 130 fully-funded scholarships for college graduates and professionals to study peace and conflict resolution. Rotary Peace Fellowships are available to candidates who want to participate in a master’s degree or certificate program at one of our six partner universities. Applications are accepted from January 1st through May 15th for the following academic year (2025 >> 2026/27). Learn about Rotary Peace Fellowship eligibility requirements and restrictions.