Clubs in District 7450  |  Return to main Gundaker Page Levels of Sustaining Membership   updated 2/2016

 

NATIONAL LOCAL GRANT PROGRAM:
The Foundation accepts applications from District Club for local service projects. The Foundation will match club contributions
up to $1,000.

Graham, Bill
(O) (610) 521-5455
(C) (302) 250-9593
billgrahampdg@gmail.com

INTERNATIONAL GRANT PROGRAM:

The Foundation accepts applications from District Clubs who are partnering with Clubs outside of the United States for international service projects. The Foundation will match Club contributions up to $1,000.

Soeffing, Jack
(O) (215) 247-5050
jacksoco@comcast.net

International Grant Application
Please contact Jack Soeffing for updated forms and instructions (W) 215-247-5050
Guidelines for International Grants.
International Grant Application Form.
(Requires Adobe Acrobat) Updated forms.

UNDERGRADUATE GRANT PROGRAM:
The Gundaker Foundation awards several one-year Undergraduate Grants for full-time junior and senior level undergraduate studies in colleges and universities. Gundaker Undergraduate Grants range from $1,000 to $10,000. They are renewable, provided that recipients resubmit all application materials, receive the endorsement of a District 7450 Rotary Club, and are selected by the Gundaker Foundation for an additional award.

Grant Forms and Instructions require Adobe Acrobat:

Dottie McGill
605 Norma Drive
Thorndale PA 19372
(610) 383-4055
(C) (484) 947-4508)
mcgilldk@comcast.net

GRADUATE GRANT PROGRAM:
The Foundation provides educational grants annually to local graduate students. Applications are available online and all forms must be submitted and received by local Rotary Clubs by February 12, 2016. Applications are due from the Rotary Clubs to the Graduate Grants Committee by March 10, 2016.

Grant Forms and Instructions require Adobe Acrobat

Theodora Voulgaris
Chair, Graduate Grants Committee
(610) 293 4029
theo@earthlink.net

YOUTH EXCHANGE PROGRAM:
In District 7450 it is the Gundaker Foundation that administers, and funds, the Rotary International Student Exchange Program. Form more information, visit the District 7450 Youth Exchange Web Page. [http://www.d7450youthexchange.org/]

LONG TERM PROGRAM:
A yearlong program that is education based, students are exchanged between Rotary Districts and individual Rotary Clubs. Students live with host Rotarian families and attend school in their host country.

SHORT TERM PROGRAM:
A summer-based program, it includes a one-on-one match. Youth spend two to three weeks abroad with a similar youngster who then returns to the U.S. for a reciprocal visit.

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