Good Works Application
Grayling Rotary has a Good Works Grant that is available to nonprofit organizations.  If you would like to apply, please read below (from the application form):
Guidelines for applicants:
  • Rotary Good Works grants are only available to nonprofit organizations.
  • Good Works primarily funds projects located in and benefitting residents of Crawford County.
  • Applicants are encouraged to have alternative or additional funding sources in place prior to applying, and to include these plans in their application. Good Works grants never fund 100  percent of a project's cost.
  • Grants will not exceed $500.
  • Priority is given to projects that have the broadest possible long-term impact in our service area.
  • Rotary Good Works does not fund recurring programs.  Our goal is to provide one-time funds to assist in start-ups, one-time projects, or special needs.  We will not fund the same project  a second time or approve repeat requests.
Procedures for applicants:
  • Download the application in PDF form from our website (links found at the bottom of this page). A Word version of the form is also available for those who cannot work with PDF files.
  • Submit the completed PDF or Word grant application form via email to our Good Works Chair Annette Hritz
  • Applicants should review the Good Works priorities, guidelines and procedures before completing the grant application form.
  • Answers should be clear, complete and concise.  Include who, what, where, when and how. Do not exceed the space provided, and do not attach additional pages unless absolutely necessary.
  • Complete all parts of the application form. Do not leave anything blank.
  • Grants involving Crawford Ausable Schools must be reviewed by the Superintendent's office prior to submission.
  • Applications received after the Good Works submission deadlines listed on the Rotary website will be held over until the next committee meeting date.
  • For further information, contact the Good Works chair Annette Hritz 
After your application has been submitted:
  • Prior to Good Works meetings, committee members volunteer to investigate grant applications.  You may receive a call from a committee member seeking answers to questions about your proposal.
  • Your application may be accepted, denied or tabled for more information. The amount granted may be less than the amount requested.
  • The Good Works Committee makes recommendations to the Rotary Club Board of Directors, and the Board makes final decisions on grant recipients and amounts.
  • You will be notified as to the status of your application by email following the Board's action.
Please download the applications here: