Awards of up to $500 per club will be made to reimburse clubs for approved public image marketing materials. The grant will be half of what the club spends on approved materials, with a grant maximum of $500.
To be eligible for a grant, clubs must meet the following conditions:
Club websites and Facebook pages must be in compliance with Rotary Graphic Standards. You can create logo elements from the
Rotary Brand Center
. (Note: you will need to log-in with your Rotary.org user name and passsword, or create one if you never have). A one-page "Visual Identity at a Glance" "cheat sheet" can be downloaded
. The "
Club Website and Facebook Page Rotary Graphic Standards Checklist
" provides more help.
Expenditures must be for outward-facing materials that reach the general public.
Clubs may get reimbursed for more than one item, but for no more than a total of $500. For example, a club might spend $450 on printing a club brochure and $700 on a Rotary Meets Here sign, and get reimbursed for $500 total. See a partial list of qualifying and non-qualifying activities in the list later in this form.
Any items purchased with grant funds must be in compliance with current Rotary Graphic Standards.
Applications must be submitted no later than June 10, 2021.
New this year is a desire for Membership marketing materials. And we no longer require a Community Service Project for this application.
Clubs must consult with their Public Image Grant Reviewer before purchasing goods to be sure the materials qualify and graphics used comply with Rotary standards and to discuss any questions about their eligibility.
Public Image Grant Review Team
Near North Sector – Richard Brill -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Northeast Sector – Richard Brill -- email@example.com
Central Sector – Melanie Santostefano -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Northwest Sector -- Rich Lalley -- email@example.com
Southwest Sector -- Dave Pedersen -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for a list of clubs by sector.
Do not submit your grant application until you consult with your Grant Reviewer and made your qualifying expenditure.