Sunrise Rotary awards nonprofit grants
December 9, 2014
Each year, Park City Sunrise Rotary Club accepts applications from local nonprofits as part of its grant annual giving distribution. On Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014, Sunrise Rotary invited the recipients to its weekly Thursday meeting to accept their donations.
This year Park City Sunrise Rotary Club received $36,635 in grant requests from 31 community organizations and awarded $19,500 to 25 community organizations.
The recipients this year are Alf Engen Ski Museum Foundation, Arts Kids, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah, EATS — Eat Awesome Things at School, Egyptian Theatre, Holy Cross Ministries, Hope Alliance, KPCW, Leadership Park City, Mountain Town Music, Mountainlands Community Housing, Park City Continuing Education, Park City Museum, Park City Treble Makers, Park Record Spelling Bee, Peace House, People’s Health Clinic, Recycle Utah, Summit Land Conservancy, Swaner EcoCenter, Wasatch Back Trees, Woman’s Athenaeum, YMCA, Youth Winter Sports Alliance and YouthLINC (representatives pictured).
Each fall, Park City Sunrise Rotary Club accepts grant applications for its annual charitable giving distribution. The club considers requests based on criteria of need, scope of impact, and alignment with Rotary principles (see http://www.rotary.org for guiding principles). A typical donation from the Club is between $250 and $1,000. If an organization would like to request a grant from the Park City Sunrise Rotary Club, visit http://www.parkcitysunriserotary.org and download a grant request form from the DOWNLOADS section in the bottom-right corner of the home page. Completed requests may be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 435-214-0306.
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