The Goochland Rotary Club Foundation welcomes applications from area non-profit-organizations - IRS 501(c)(3) organizations for grants up to $2,000 (maximum) each for projects that hold the promise of improving life in the Goochland, VA community.
Grant criteria require that organizations: 1) have a demonstrated record of service to the Goochland community, 2) clearly define what group will benefit from the grant, 3) be affiliated with the Rotary Club of Goochland through its membership, and, 4) if funded, give appropriate recognition to the Rotary Club of Goochland for our financial support.
Preference is given to projects that are located within Goochland County and benefit the Goochland community. Preference is also given to organizations recommended by one or more members of the Rotary Club of Goochland. Completed applications must be submitted on-line on or before the dates listed below. Visit the Rotary Club of Goochland's website and select "Grant Application"
The maximum individual grant amount is $2,000. Grants are awarded at the discretion of the Club. We may choose to offer funding below the amount requested. We may also invite a funding partner to review your application and participate in any award or consider a separate award. All awards are subject to fundraising and may be reduced or even canceled if sufficient funds are not raised.
Be concise: your response must fit within the space allowed for each question. Resist the lure of attachments and web links. Just answer the questions concisely.
Don't include your organization's 501(c)(3) determination letter in the application. If you are selected for a grant, we will ask for it then.
All grant applications must be submitted on or before the following quarterly dates:
Please note that the application must be submitted on-line.
Goochland Rotary Foundation
PO Box 281
Manakin-Sabot, VA 23103
Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution
Disease Prevention and Treatment
Water and Sanitation
Maternal and Child Health
Basic Education and Literacy
Economic and Community Development