Funding Opportunities

Rotary Club of Livermore Valley


Applications are available by request to The Rotary Club of Livermore Valley or from Rotarian, Rosemary Almand, via email;, also from our website 

Fall Grants will be awarded in November and Spring Grantswill be awarded in May. To be considered for the Fall or Spring Livermore Valley Rotary Club Grant, you must submit an application, which must be received by the Rotary Club of Livermore Valley no later than the second Tuesday in April and/or the second Tuesday in October.

The applicant will be notified within two weeks the status of the application. If denied, the applicant may submit an application at a later date.  Any grants received after the cutoff date will be considered in the next funding cycle. 

Those selected to receive a grant are expected to attend a meeting of The Rotary Club of Livermore Valley to accept the grant and to report back to the club the success of the project upon completion. 

The typical grants awarded by The Rotary Club of Livermore Valley are $300.00 to $1000.00. 


Criteria for Evaluation:

1.  Program was not funded in the previous fiscal year

2.  Program is self-sustaining with other funding (not reliant on RCLV)

3.  Grant request is for a tangible item

The Rotary Club of Livermore Valley encourages you to submit a grant request if you:

Demonstrate the need to help the youth of Livermore, 

And if the grant will be a significant part of the total project funding. 

Support a local humanitarian need or service project. 

Grants to benefit an individual person are only given as an exception. 

Larger grants may be available on a case by case basis. 

The Rotary Club of the Livermore Valley will share information received in education related mini-grant applications, with the Livermore Valley Education Foundation (LVEF) as needed, to determine eligibility for LVEF and/or RCLV funding.  Application information might then be shared with Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District to determine if there is funding through the District that would replace the need of a RCLV or LVEF grant award. 

Please submit the application to:.

Please Mail to:  Rosemary Almand, 3037 Independence Dr., Suite A, Livermore, CA 94551 

Email to:

Fax to: (925) 443-9384 c/o Rosemary Almand

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