Welcome To Our Club!
Rotary Club of Oak Harbor
"Service Above Self"
We meet Fridays at 11:30am-1pm
Oak Harbor Yacht Club
1301 SE Catalina Drive
Oak Harbor, WA  98277
United States
 
Our mailing address is PO Box 442, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
 
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Holland Happening
"Walk of Honor Car Show"
April 27, 2019, from 1 pm to 4 pm
Location:   SE Pioneer Way (between Midway and Pasek  Streets)
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Rotary Club of Oak Harbor
ORGANIZED MARCH 10, 1936
 
7th  Annual Community Service Grants Program
 
Grant Applications are Open
 
 
The Rotary Club of Oak Harbor announces that applications are now being accepted for the 6th Annual
Community Service Grants Program.  By March 5th, 2018, submissions must be emailed to
Rotary Club of Oak Harbor
Attn: Dan Evans
Rotary Grants
PO Box 442
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
 
 
The Club’s intention is to fund grants ranging from $500 to $1,000 and smaller 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations are especially encouraged to apply to allow for special projects or needs that are not otherwise satisfied by general funding sources. This year, there will also be $1,000 available for non
501(c)(3) organizations.
 
REQUIREMENTS:
 
1.   All grant applicants and their beneficiaries must operate within Northern Whidbey Island.
 
2.   Grants are to be spent prior to December 31st  of the year of award and are without expectation  of
further support.
 
3.   Grants are not normally made for operating budgets or endowments.
 
4.   Grant requests will be reviewed for consideration in March.  Selected recipients will receive funding at a special Rotary award luncheon held on March 22rd.
 
5.   Proposals must be submitted in writing on the organization’s letterhead and are limited to two pages in addition to Proof of Tax-Exempt Status (if applicable) under Section 501(c)(3)  (or other relevant section) of the IRS code. The following information should be included:
 
a.    The legal name of the organization, a description of its mission, the names of the governing body/board and officers, a simple budget breakdown for the project/request, and the name, address, email and telephone number of the grant contact person.
 
b.             A concise statement describing the grant amount requested and the project’s significance to the community.
 
6.   If you require further assistance, please contact Dan Evans at 360-246-3500.
 
A PDF for printing this notice is available via this link, or in the download section on the left of our homepage.
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Our backpack program depends on volunteer support from our amazing club members and financial support from the community at large as well as partner organizations including:
North Whidbey Island Sunrise
and
Island Thrift (THANK YOU!)
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The Future of the UN
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