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Mark the 11-29-2022 on your calendar and join the Giving Tuesday Movement


Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration

Celebrated on Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shipping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.


Have you helped in one way or another?

The 2023 Rotary Club of Walnut Grove

Giving Tuesday 11-29-2022

Direct Donations May be Made.
Thank you for Your Support.
  • $25          provides 5 children art supplies and encourages dreaming
  • $50          keeps the internet on for 2 weeks for our children to participate with at home learning
  • $100        provides 5 - 3rd grade students their own personal dictionary
  • $250        is very close in purchasing 1 Chromebook to replenish or replace those which are out of date
  • $500         provided 3 awards to High School students vying to show off their new found confidence or tell a good story at our Rotary 5 way speech                   contest
  • $1,000      provides a High School student the opportunity to attend RYLA - the "life changing" Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp
  • $2,500      provides a High School student the opportunity for a Scholarship - in your name!
*Donations described above are examples of current projects of how Rotary supports its community and may change. Your donation will be distributed where the greatest Community needs are. By clicking Donate, you authorize this donation, and agree it is non-refundable and made voluntarily without exchange of goods or services. Thank you for your support. Your donation will Make a Change in our Children's Lives. Direct Donations may be tax deductible.

Walnut Grove Rotary Scholarships are Directly Funded by Our Annual Auction to Delta High School Seniors for College Scholarships

For many years in late Spring, Walnut Grove Rotary’s Scholarship Committee has gathered at Delta High School to interview senior students for college scholarships. Prior to the interviews seniors must submit an application and write an essay describing his/her scholastic achievement, financial need, character, personal desire to better themselves, and any other information they feel makes them a worthy candidate to receive a WG Rotary scholarship. Over the years Walnut Grove Rotary has awarded a great many scholarships to public or private colleges/universities and community colleges, totaling many thousands of dollars to many students who might not otherwise have the means.