© District 3 RTO/ERO           Legal Notice Human Rights Statement 
Project Service To Others 2018       RTO/ERO proudly operates a grant program for its 48 Districts, providing $100,000 to sponsor local community projects and raise the profile of RTO/ERO. Through Project Service to Others (STO), Districts may apply for individual projects that support local, national and international programs that often involve children and/or disadvantaged groups, to a maximum of a onetime only grant of $4,000 per project. Each year, one project must be selected and approved by the District 3 Algoma executive, before proceeding to the Provincial Committee. RTO/ERO Local District 3 Algoma has successfully submitted projects in the past, including Battle of the Books, Camp McDougall, St John's After School programme, Vision Screening, Rockhaven School, Tumaini Afrika and 2017’s …  Elliot Lake's Roundabout Exceptional Puppeteers.  Click for more details! If you have a special project that District 3 Algoma could consider, please forward a brief summary of the project to Folgo Della Vedova at folgo.dellavedova@shaw.ca by February 1, 2018.  Our executive will meet and consider all applications. Include in your summary:  the nature and scope of your proposed project, including how it supports community, volunteerism, children, and/or disadvantaged groups on local, national and/or international levels. Please be specific and focus on one area of a larger project and explain how your project would be impacted by the receipt of this donation. If you have cost projections and timelines, they would be helpful too. the RTO/ERO members involved in the project and the nature of their involvement. what partnerships are anticipated. a willingness to work with the local executive to fine-tune the final application to RTO/ERO, should your project be selected by the local executive. We encourage all our members to consider applying for this unique support provided by RTO/ERO.
Project - Service to Others (STO)
© RTO / ERO District 3 Legal Notice       Human Rights Statement  
Project - Service to Others (STO)
Project Service To Others 2018       RTO/ERO proudly operates a grant program for its 48 Districts, providing $100,000 to sponsor local community projects and raise the profile of RTO/ERO. Through Project Service to Others (STO), Districts may apply for individual projects that support local, national and international programs that often involve children and/or disadvantaged groups, to a maximum of a onetime only grant of $4,000 per project. Each year, one project must be selected and approved by the District 3 Algoma executive, before proceeding to the Provincial Committee. RTO/ERO Local District 3 Algoma has successfully submitted projects in the past, including Battle of the Books, Camp McDougall, St John's After School programme, Vision Screening, Rockhaven School, Tumaini Afrika and 2017’s …  Elliot Lake's Roundabout Exceptional Puppeteers.  Click for more details! If you have a special project that District 3 Algoma could consider, please forward a brief summary of the project to Folgo Della Vedova at folgo.dellavedova@shaw.ca by February 1, 2018.  Our executive will meet and consider all applications. Include in your summary:  the nature and scope of your proposed project, including how it supports community, volunteerism, children, and/or disadvantaged groups on local, national and/or international levels. Please be specific and focus on one area of a larger project and explain how your project would be impacted by the receipt of this donation. If you have cost projections and timelines, they would be helpful too. the RTO/ERO members involved in the project and the nature of their involvement. what partnerships are anticipated. a willingness to work with the local executive to fine-tune the final application to RTO/ERO, should your project be selected by the local executive. We encourage all our members to consider applying for this unique support provided by RTO/ERO.