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Future Vision Global Grants. Objective. Understand The Rotary Foundation’s new global grant-making model. Two Grant Types. District grants are block grants made to districts to support smaller projects locally and internationally.

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future vision global grants

Future VisionGlobal Grants

District 5160 2011 Assembly

objective
Objective

Understand The Rotary Foundation’s new global grant-making model.

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two grant types
Two Grant Types
  • District grants are block grants made to districts to support smaller projects locally and internationally.
  • Global grants support larger projects with sustainable, high-impact outcomes in one of the six areas of focus.

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Global Grants support large international activities with sustainable high-impact outcomes in one or more of the six areas of focus and have a long-term impact. Clubs and districts can either create their own activities or sponsor packaged global grants

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global grants
Global Grants
  • Activities must be sustainable and measurable
  • Respond to real community needs
  • Must be sponsored by two Rotary clubs: a host and a international
  • Both partners must be actively involved in the planning and implementing of all Global Grants

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areas of focus
Areas of focus
  • Peace and conflict prevention
  • Disease prevention and treatment
  • Water and sanitation
  • Maternal and child health
  • Basic education and literacy
  • Economic and community development

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types of activities
Types of activities
  • Humanitarian projects
  • Scholarships
  • Vocational training opportunities

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global grant financing
Global Grant Financing
  • Rotarian Cash Contributions
  • District Designated Fund
  • Rotary Foundation World Fund
  • Non- Rotarian cash contributions (not sent to or matched by the Foundation)

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financing guidelines
Financing Guidelines
  • Cash contributions must come from or be raised by Rotarians
  • Funds cannot be raised from beneficiaries in exchange for receiving the grant
  • Funds cannot come from other TRF grants

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foundation funding
Foundation Funding
  • The minimum Foundation award amount is $15,000
  • Minimum total financing of $30,000
  • Based on a 100 percent match of DDF and/or a 50 percent match of cash contributions  

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financing example
Financing Example
  • Proposed Budget $124,000
  • Rotarian CashHost Club (where project is) $2,000International Club $10,000Other clubs, fundraisers and individuals $30,000 Rotarian Cash $42,000

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Financing Example

  • District Designated Funds (DDF)Host District XXXX $2,000District 5160 $20,000 DDF $22,000
  • The Rotary Foundation Match (TRF)100% TRF match of DDF $22,000 50% TRF match of Cash $21,000 TRF match $43,000

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Financing Example

  • Rotarian Cash $42,000
  • District Designated Funds $22,000
  • Rotary Foundation Match $43,000 Subtotal Rotary $107,000
  • Additional Outside Funding(Other foundations, materialor equipment donations) $17,000
  • Total Funding $124,000

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business cycle
Business Cycle
  • Proposals and applications accepted on a rolling basis
  • Proposals – brief overview, online
  • Applications – online, more detailed grant activity and budget information
  • Trustee approval required over $100K

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district 5160 global grant criteria
District 5160 Global Grant Criteria

Global Grant requests for DDF will be evaluated and recommended on the following:

  • Adherence to the Terms and Conditions for Rotary Foundation District Grants and Global Grants.

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Qualification of proposing club by the district

  • Number of cooperating clubs that are qualified by the district
  • Focus on district priorities and goals
  • Number of clubs and districts supporting the grant application
  • Previous experience of the host club and district with Global Grants

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Proportion of club and outside funds that will be contributed to the project in relation to the amount of District Designated Funds requested.

  • Extent of support by non Rotary cooperating organization partners.
  • Impact on the community
  • Focused planning ensuring success.

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Connection to a previously approved or completed Global or District Grant

  • History of per member average giving to the Annual Programs Fund and the Foundation by proposing club.
  • Promotion of Rotary awareness globally.

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Resources

Area Foundation Representative

Mountain – Josephine Wyatt

Redding/Red Bluff/Anderson – Bob Place

North Valley – Walt Schafer

Gary Vilhauer – Foundation Leader

Candy Pierce – District Foundation Chair

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resources
Resources

Global Grants – Steve Polcyn

Grants Chair – Guy Greco

Rotary5160.org – Foundation Tab

Rotary5160.org - World and Community Projects Web Page

www.rotary.org/futurevision

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every rotarian every year
Every Rotarian, Every Year

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