Grants for Local Causes
Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors and partners, the Rotary Club of Tampa Foundation will provide nearly $80,000 in grants to 17 powerful causes improving lives in our community this year.
Holiday Gift Project
Shopping, wrapping, and delivering clothing gifts for 200 Hillsborough County Public School children each holiday season is an annual tradition in our club. All recipients are referred from social workers at their local elementary schools.
College-bound students from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay earn one to four year scholarships to support their bright futures.
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The First Rotary Club in Tampa
The Rotary Club of Tampa is 130 members of all ages, professions, and cultural backgrounds, united as people of action, making a difference with hands on service, leadership, and philanthropic giving, both locally and internationally. Our members support one another in business and build friendships that last a lifetime. We work hard and have a lot of fun together.
Flags for Hillsborough’s Heroes was born in 2020 with three goals in mind – to honor the heroes that surround us every day, to bring the community together in a spirit of unity and patriotism, and to financially support local causes that served those directly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Rotary Club of Tampa was chartered by the Rotary Club of Jacksonville in 1914 as the second Rotary Club in Florida and the 117th Rotary club worldwide. Our organization is woven into the fabric of the city, led by civic and business leaders with a heart for service above self. We are proud of our long history of significant impact, and are excited for the new opportunities to come.
The Rotary Club of Tampa Foundation provides financial support for the Club’s local and international projects and charities. Its carefully managed portfolio and mindful grant process ensure our ongoing impact with the many meaningful organizations with whom we partner each year. For More Information on our Grants click here.
Rotary International has over 1.2 million members and 35,000+ clubs worldwide. Causes include fighting disease, supporting education, growing local economies, and promoting peace. International projects planned and executed with the partnerships of clubs across the globe build multinational friendships and mean local members can see their impact firsthand. Its commitment to the eradication of polio has seen a 99.9% reduction in polio cases since 1988.