Local Service Project

Rotary clubs have a rich history of tackling bold and ambitious projects. Whether local or international, service projects serve as Rotary’s hands-on tool we use to make the world a better place. Northfield Rotary is no exception. With a proud history of service projects, both international and within Northfield, our club is constantly exploring new ways to make a positive impact.

Local service projects present a unique opportunity for Rotarians to partner with other local non-profits and community members to complete a project that will shape the future of the community for years to come. If you are an organization looking for funding of less than $1,000, then go here.

The time has come for Northfield Rotary to once again roll up its sleeves and get to work. As of July 10, 2014, our club is seeking our next local service project.

A local service project is not merely a donation from our Rotary club to a worthwhile cause. Instead, as the name implies, it is an opportunity for Rotarians to partner in service with another organization or group of individuals to complete a substantial project for the benefit of the community.

We’re currently accepting applications for our next local service project. Anyone with a bold idea to make our community better is encouraged to apply. An overview of the application guidelines and process may be found here.

Once you’ve read the guidelines and process, click here to apply.

Please direct any questions or comments here.