About RCC

RotaryClubCharities.Org© is a collection of projects and programs created by Rotary Clubs and Districts.       

Scholarships       Health          Sanitation      Water Projects 



RCC is a section of ValleyCommunityFund. Org (VCF) a New Hampshire corporation designated as a “charity’ by the Internal Revenue Services. To see more details click on About VCF http://valleycommunityfund.org in a separate tab or window to review all details of Charity.

To review the IRS charitable designation letter click About VCF-Designation

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RotaryClubCharities.Org© which is a collection of projects and activities sponsored by Rotary Clubs which are affiliated with and observe the ethical practices of Rotary International, one of the world’s premiere service organizations. Refer to https://www.rotary.org/en/about-rotary.

This site as it relates to Rotary clubs is to facilitate and expand fundraising for local club giving such as support for free dental clinics, support of school backpack food programs, scholarships for college bound high school graduates and a myriad of other local projects. Clubs can use this site to raise funds from the broader general public and members in other clubs in support of specific local projects.

In addition local clubs and districts can use this site to raise funds from the broader general in support of the Rotary Foundation and specific Foundation grant projects. The Foundation is one of the world’s premiere charitable foundations. See https://www.rotary.org/en/about-rotary/rotary-foundation. When a Rotarian is making a contribution for matching funds for a Global Grant Project be sure to  include your Rotary Club Name and your Rotary ID number. Your ID number can be found on the mailing label for Rotary magazine. It can also be found on your Rotary International website under "my Profile". Your  Foundation chair can also give you that number.

Please note that while the Rotary Foundation is itself a government approved charitable 501c3 organizations, Rotary clubs themselves in most cases are not 501c3 organizations. Accordingly most Rotary Clubs do not have their own 501c3 charitable designation letters,

However, most of their financial support for various activities are activities which are in and of themselves would qualify as 501c3 activities. VCF takes the position that approved campaigns are for individual activities which qualify for charitable donation deduction status. Part of our review process includes ,making a judgement in VCF's sole and absolute discretion about that status. Rotary clubs by engaging VCF to perform its series of activities agrees implicitly to accept VCF's terms and conditions. Please note that in the case of unusual or unanticipated matters and  therefor not explicitly  described in our written material VCF takes the position and entities including Rotary clubs accept the concept that VCF's and its representatives best efforts are a sufficient standard of conduct in resolution of such matters.

 The Foundation annually makes total grants in the $250,000,000 range to

  • Promote peace
  • Fight disease
  • Provide clean water, sanitation, and hygiene
  • Save motherrs and children
  • Support education
  • Grow local economies   


Partners: Clubs can use this site and links to other clubs and projects to seek partners to assist with projects and projects to assist with. Clubs seeking partners should make that request in the campaign explanation