The Rotary Club of Nashville has a long history of coming together to live out our motto of “service above self” locally through volunteer service and funding to deserving community organizations—fueled by your member contributions.
We are “People of Action,” and there are many ways we show up in our community. This year we have launched a pilot program to crowd-source one-day projects to engage members in broader community impact. It is a great chance for us to serve together and learn about causes that matter to each other as members.
What kinds of projects are we looking for?
The main requirements are that the project engage Rotarians and that it serve the community. We want to build Rotary community and connection through these projects and encourage creative approaches to connection. This is a chance to do something different—a community event, a creative arts exploration, a new location. This is a chance to design something unique!
Funds are available to support the project, e.g. for transportation, supplies, etc.
Who can apply?
For this round,we are asking that supporters of organizations, rather than employees, to propose a project.
We learned a lot through the first round of voting. This time, we are asking to Rotarians to vote for projects that they intend to participate in—your vote is your commitment! If you are willing to commit to more than one project, you will be able to indicate that in the voting.