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Local Community Projects

Voluntary contributions and fund-raising activities allow our club to contribute to the many international projects of the Rotary Foundation and to support our own local projects.
We support worthwhile community causes and promote international understanding and goodwill.  Our Service Projects Committee is committed to strengthening the community.  We accept proposals on a twice-yearly cycle: Fall and Spring.  Please review our Call for Grant Proposals and our Local service Project Grants FAQ for further information on applying for our local community grants.










Fall 2017: Application Deadline September 30, 2017

Spring 2017: The Rotary Club of Cataraqui-Kingston was very proud to be able to provide grants totalling $10,750 to various projects serving the Kingston area including:

Dental Treatment Fund (KFLA Health Unit) $3,600, Kingston Heritage Fair $800, Loving Spoonful $3,250,  Molly Brant Elementary School $3,100

Fall 2016: The Rotary Club of Cataraqui-Kingston was very proud to be able provide grants totalling $12,488 to various projects serving the Kingston area including:

Cycle Kingston $1,300;  Kingston Symphony Association $1,500;  Music Mates $2,007: Skeleton Parks Art Festival $1,500;  Southern Frontenac Community Services $3,181; The Mess $2,000;  Youth Diversion $1,000

Spring 2016 The Rotary Club of Cataraqui-Kingston was very proud to be able provide grants totalling $13,000 to various projects serving the Kingston area including:

YMCA Kingston $1,500; Veterans Yoga Project $1,000; Kingston 4 Paws Service Dogs $2,500;Limestone Advisory for Child Care $500; Community Harvest Kingston $2,500; Sistema Kingston $1,700; H'Art Centre $2,600; Kingston Regional Heritage Fair $700.

Fall 2015 The Rotary Club of Cataraqui-Kingston was very proud to be able provide grants totalling $14,685 to various projects serving the Kingston area including:

Epilepsy Kingston $1,500; Junior Achievement $2,500; Kingston Community Health Centre $1,000; Loving Spoonful $3,243; Melos Choir $1,943; Teach Services Sketching Club $500; The Mess $2,000; YMCA Kingston $1,500; Salon Theatre $500

Spring 2015: The Rotary Club of Cataraqui-Kingston was very proud to be able provide grants totalling $16,175 to various projects serving the Kingston area including:

Community Harvest $2,500; St. Lawrence College Foundation $4,000; Canadian Diabetes Foundation $2,500; Kingston Regional Heritage Fair $675; Lunch By George $2,000; Queens Rotaract Club (Habitat Humanity) $1,000; Nunavut Youth Vision $500; Easter Seal Society $1,000; Nepal Earthquake Aid $800 and Shelter Box Canada $1,200



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