District grants help to extend the ability of our clubs
in Doing Good in their Communities.
Rotary Foundation District Grants are block grants designed to support smaller dollar amount local and international projects. District grants offer the flexibility to respond quickly to immediate needs or to plan projects with clubs locally or in other countries. These grants can be used for a wide variety of activities as outlined in the RI and district documents. For international projects, Clubs are encouraged but not required to partner with a local Host District/Club. Furthermore Clubs may be required to provide additional documentation and have greater financial management responsibilities for District Grant - International Projects, at the discretion of the District TRF Chair.
District Grant Application Forms will be posted on the district website. Dates to remember are:
- For each program year that a club is applying for a District Grant, clubs will be required to attend (prior to March 1) a designated District Rotary Foundation Training Seminar to be eligible for access to District Grants.
- Program year applications for District Grants are due April 1 each year for the forthcoming program year.
The applications for District Grants will be reviewed by the District Grant Committee. Upon successful review, the District Grants Committee will submit recommendations for approval to the program year District Governor (DG) and District Rotary Foundation Chair (DRFC) for final submission to TRF.
Successful applicants will be notified in June if their grant(s) were included in District Block Grant request. Subject to Rotary Foundation approval of the District Block Grant requested, district grant funds will be sent to sponsoring club in August.
DISTRICT GRANTS 2019-20
Download the District Grant Application form, complete it and return it to the addresses indicated on the Application by April 30, 2019. There can be no extensions to this deadline date.
DISTRICT GRANTS 2018-19
Download the District Grant Application form, complete it and return it to the District 6670 Grants Committee by April 30, 2018. There can be no extensions to this deadline date.
Email your completed application to the District Grants Committee. Use PMmail under Committees in the members-only area of the district website.
You can send your application directly to all of the committee members by locating the District Grants Committee in the email list under Committees, then select its PMail button.
This opens up templates for PMail. Select the first one. Type your message in the form and leave the salutation, signature and lines for your contact info blank. The website tools will automatically fill in the names of the District Grants Committee members along with your name and contact information.