Grant Application

Using the funds raised from our annual fundraisers, the Rotary Club of Madison
County donates money to non-profits, churches, organizations, etc. via our Make a Difference Grants and the Youth-Based Arts Grants to benefit Madison County. Below is a link to a simple application form that must be submitted to the Rotary Club of Madison County by midnight on Monday, May 31st, 2022.


MAKE A DIFFERENCE GRANTS:  This fund was developed many years ago to help fund programs or projects that otherwise wouldn’t be able to come to fruition.  Its focus has traditionally been to support community-based organizations engaged in and/or for the benefit of youth activities in Madison County.  The $4,150 in available funds for these grants come from our Club’s annual budget which is made up from events (such as the Hot Doggett 100 and Golf Tournament) plus donations from individuals and Club Members.  Grant requests should range from $250 to $750 and must be used by June 30, 2023.  


YOUTH-BASED ARTS GRANTS:  This relatively new fund comes from the proceeds of
the Fiddlin’ 5K Walk/Run for the Arts.  The 2022 event held in April was our most
successful ever and we are pleased to have roughly $4,500 available to grant. Applications for these grants will be used specifically for youth-based art programs in Madison County.  Grant requests should range from $250 to $750 and must be used by June 30, 2023.  


A committee made up of Rotary Club of Madison County members will review the applications for both funds and will communicate their decision to applicants by mid-June.  Grant Award recipients will be invited to attend a Club meeting to receive their checks and talk about their programs. End of program/project reports along with photos should be submitted to the Rotary Club of Madison County by June 30, 2023.

Application Link