The Foundation manages two classes of funds:
Community Service Funds -- Held by the Foundation for the current needs of the Roseville Community. These funds are used for projects approved by the Roseville Rotary Club's Board of Directors, as well as the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Endowment -- Perpetual Funds. These are held in perpetuity and invested. The Foundation uses only the interest income to support charitable purposes and to establish new programs of lasting significance for the community of Roseville. You can establish a living memorial perpetuating your name through a sizable donation. The Rotary Club of Roseville Foundation Board of Directors reserves the right to review contributions before approving memorial status.
The Roseville Rotary Club Foundation fulfills many community needs:
Schools - Funds for athletic programs; hot meals; living trees; special programs; warm clothing and educational equipment.
Health - Medical Funds for hospital needs; inoculations and prenatal care, programs for the disabled and physically challenged.
Service - Funds for the Salvation Army, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Holiday dinners for the under privileged, Holiday gift baskets and sports programs, and other local non-profit organizations.
Leadership Development - Funds for alcohol and drug education, scouting, summer camps, youth leadership symposiums, and teacher recognition. Also, support for programs in conjunction with our Police Department, Fire Department, and our Parks and Recreation Departments.
Scholarships - Funds for area high school and college students.