Rotary Community Service, Incorporated (RCS, Inc.) is the 501c3 entity of the Rotary Club of Spokane. RCS, Inc. is funded by donations from supporters of RCS, Inc., members of the Rotary Club of Spokane 21, and the Spokane Rotary Foundation.  The mission of Rotary Community Service, Inc., (RCS, Inc.) is to further the positive development of people as well as a wide range of community and international projects. RCS, Inc. activities shall emphasize those of all ages who have special needs because they are disadvantaged or disabled.
Funds from RCS, Inc. are spent through the various committees of the club providing goods and services to the disabled, youth, civic organizations, and others in our community with needs. Dollars spent through RCS, Inc. are often multiplied by three due to matching grants, in-kind donations of goods and services, and discounts from vendors. RCS, Inc. also provides funding for international projects including a Youth Exchange program and various Health, Hunger, and Humanitarian projects. Most Committees use their limited resources to support the greatest number of worthy endeavors and, therefore, tend to award grants under $2000.
Exceptions may apply when funding is available. 
Types of grants awarded from this application include:
Community Impact Grants support requests from within our community for projects that provide goods and services through worthwhile organizations that benefit the community as a whole. Requests may range from bricks-and-mortar type projects to educational and service-oriented projects.  Submit a Rotary Community Services Grant Application to apply for a Community Impact Grant. 
Disability Services Grants support requests from organizations and individuals in need living with disabilities to improve their health and independence by obtaining medical and adaptive equipment. Submit a Disabilities Services Application to apply for a Disability Services Grant. 
Youth Services Grants support requests on funding projects that address the needs that nurture children (pre-k to 21) in our community to help them develop the skills, attitudes, and values needed to become responsible adult citizens. Submit a Rotary Community Services Grant Application to apply for a Youth Services Grant. 

Veterans Services Grants support requests to honor veterans in the Spokane area by working to develop and fund projects to fill the needs of our community’s veterans. Contact the Rotary Office if you have a Veteran program you'd like to discuss with Rotary 21.  
Vocational Scholarship opportunities can be found on our scholarship page. CLICK HERE  to learn more.