The Rotary Club of Rice Lake is the international sponsor of the Guatemala Literacy Project Global Grant #2238721, and they'd like to make sure all of the clubs in our district know how they can be a part of this wonderful program. 
Did you see that the Guatemala Literacy Project (GLP) was Rotary magazine's cover story for September?! Did you know that your district's Rotary Club of Rice Lake is the host of the international grant this year? This is the perfect way for your club to join an international service project and support a global grant without having to do any work on your end! The GLP assists with all the paperwork, including requesting matching funds from your district and The Rotary Foundation. Your club's generous contribution could multiply nearly three times, helping Guatemalan children to transform their future from poverty to opportunity.

Who: Rotary Club of Rice Lake and your district, along with Rotary clubs and districts worldwide.

What and where: Empower children—especially girls—and ensure their access to education. The GLP's four educational programs combine to give Guatemalan children the opportunity to learn to read, study with textbooks, gain vital technology skills, and receive scholarships.

Why: With the ongoing support of the Rotary Club of Rice Lake and other Rotary clubs and districts worldwide, we can help 7,200 Guatemalan students join our projects this year, moving one step closer to breaking the cycle of poverty in Guatemala once and for all!
When: We are gathering support now for Global Grant #2238721, hosted by the Rotary Clubs of Valle de Guatemala (D-4250) and Rice Lake, WI (D-5960); please make your pledge using our easy online form
Questions: Contact Claire Parrish, 
(715) 234-4861 ext. 1117 or email