Rotary District 7450 is 50 local Clubs that believe it starts with a commitment to Service Above Self. In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, and eradicate polio.

Apply now for 2020-2021 District Grants

Saturday, May 9, 2020
Can a District Grant help you or your Club make a difference?  The time is NOW to act and submit your application.

District Grants are funded from our District Designated Funds, which come to us because of the donations our members made to the Rotary Foundation’s Annual Fund three years ago. 

Rotarians are People of Action, changing and saving lives in our own neighborhoods and around the world. Here are three examples of the projects we supported in 2019-2020:
  • Working through The Peace Center in Langhorne, the Rotary Club of Langhorne supported a social/emotional intelligence program that reached 156 6th grade girls who learned to resolve conflicts peacefully by respecting self and others and choosing kindness. They also learned about bullying prevention and built their self-esteem and empathy. As a result of the bullying prevention portion of Girls Unlimited, the girls stop bullying their siblings, so family life becomes more peaceful and this is taken into the community at large. Peace begins at home and at school with our children.
     
  • The Chester Club participated in 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, a new nationwide initiative that promotes reading readiness for children entering Kindergarten, instills lifelong love of reading and encourages parent-child bonding. The program provided families of 759 preschool-aged children with a book bag containing 10 age-appropriate books and a reading log sheet. Once the book bag was returned, it was checked out again with a new set of books.
     
  • In Guyana the Chestnut Hill Club has been involved in providing 67 solar panels and 22 heavy duty batteries for the Hope Children’s Home, resulting in a large cost savings in operation of the Home as well as an increase the health and wellbeing of children, staff and the community that no longer are endangered during blackouts.

For details, visit our District Grants Page.  We are here to help you use District Grants to achieve your 2020-2021 Goals.

A Message from DGE Kevin Katarynick


Upcoming Events

Deadline for submitting District Grant Application
May 31st 2020
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Deadline to Apply for Peace Fellowship
May 31st 2020
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DACdb University - Club Committees and Club Assignments
June 2nd 2020
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CANCELLED - ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION 2020
Jun 6th - Jun 10th 2020
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District Foundation Committee Meeting
June 8th 2020
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