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Madison Rotary Announces 2012 Grant Cycle

Beginning immediately, the Rotary Club of Madison will be acceptin grant applications for the 2012 Charitable Distribution Program from qualifying non-profit organizaitons. Applications must be received by the March 1, 2012 deadline.

The overall focus of the Club's charitable distribution and granting actibities is to provide financial support to Madison-area organizaitons serving the public through humanitarian efforts, education, health-resource services to seniors and children, and arts-related activities. Non-profit organizations in the Madison area are invited to apply for a grant if they meet the criteria which can be found on our website:  www.madisonrotarynj.org.

In May, 2011, the Rotary Club of Madison distributed $35,000 in grants to over 30 non-profit orgtanizaitons that fulfill the mission of Rotary which is "Service Above Self."

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Rotary Club of Madison is part of a worldwide network of inspired individuals who transform their passions into relevant social causes to improve lives in communities. It offers business and professional people the opportunity to serve locally and internationally.  Celebrating its 89th year, Madison Rotary is a club for leaders who care,neighbors who share, building a better future. For membership information, contact Ben Wolkowitz at wlkwtz@yahoo.com.

 

 

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