Coeur d'Alene Rotary Grants
Since its charter on November 24, 1921, the Coeur d'Alene Rotary Club has grown into the largest and most active community service organization in North Idaho.
Over the last ninety-nine years, the Rotary Club has supported a significant number of worthwhile community projects to include the Rotary Lakeside Band Shell in City Park, the Centennial Trail Project, the Coeur D Alene Public Library, the Kroc Center, Heroes Plaza, the EXCEL Foundation, the Guatemala Literacy Program, McEuen Field, and the Boys and Girls Club of Kootenai County.
Together with Rotary International, the Rotary Club has contributed to eradicating polio through education and vaccines. In the decade alone, the CdA Rotary Club and the CdA Rotary Foundation have awarded over $585,940 in community and international grants. Last year, 25 organizations received over $41,000 in grants and an additional $13,500 in college scholarships was awarded to area youth.
The Coeur d Alene Rotary Cub seeks grant applications that benefit and improve our local and international communities. The categories are:
- Youth Grants: Organizations providing services to youth populations
- Local Community Service: Organizations providing basic social/welfare needs
- Small Civic Improvements: Funding self-sustaining "physical improvement" projects in the community
All grants for 2022 are closed. The next grant cycle will commence in the late winter of 2023.