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Rotary Foundation Grants

Did you know that our Rotary Foundation is recognized as one of the most effective and well-managed charitable organizations in the world, with 12 consecutive four-star ratings from Charity Navigator and an A-plus rating from CharityWatch?


Much of what we do, we accomplish with the support of grants from our Rotary Foundation.  Our Rotary Foundation is funded by Rotarians and non Rotarians alike. We have been a major driver in: increasing child and adult literacy; providing sanitation and clean water; supporting our environment; disease prevention; economic development; supporting maternal and child health; and peace.  These are the seven areas of focus for Rotary world wide.


Rotary Club of Flagler Beach Grant Projects

$49,856 in grant projects since 2018!


  • $ 1,996.86 - Funded a Rotaract Reforestation Project near Quito, Ecuador

  • $ 9,264.25 - Provided an Emergency Response Trailer to City of Flagler Beach Police Department
    Year Total $11,261.11 

2021 – 2022

  • $1,000 - Provided “Go Bags” with essential items for survivors of domestic violence for the Family Life Center in Bunnell

  • $3,627 - Provided tracking bracelets to local law enforcement to help find missing citizens affected by Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, traumatic brain injury, etc. 

  • $2,198 - Provided sun projection hats for local farmworkers to help project against skin cancer and to help them keep cool as they labor under the hot Florida sun
    Year Total $6,825

2020 - 2021

  • $5,740.23 = Provided medical equipment and furnishings for Abundant Life Ministries Hope House in Palm Coast

  • $9,000 - Provided Food to Flagler County Residents during Covid 19 in a cooperative project with two other local Rotary Clubs

  • $6,000 - Worked with the Rotary District Alumni Association and 3 other local Rotary Clubs on “Rotary Feeding Heroes” to provide lunches and dinners to hospital staff during the Covid 19 pandemic
    Year Total $20,720.43


  • $4,800 - Safe sleep for Infants – Provided Pac n Play cribs to Flagler County Health Dept. to help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome caused by babies sleeping in beds with parents.
    Year Total $4,800


  • $6,250 - Paid for the roof for Open Door Ministries Women’s Recovery House, Bunnell
    Year Total $6,250

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