GRANTS 2018-19 - CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

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1.    All Clubs must get certified each Rotary Year to participate in any grant (District, Global).
a.    All Clubs, including the lead Club and any participating Clubs, must meet all of the certification requirements.
b.    Certification qualifications are for one Rotary Year only.
c.    The Rotary year is July 1 through June 30.
2.    Certification requirements include:
a.    Memorandum of Understanding (click here)
b.    Club must be a recent, active contributor to the Annual Fund of The Rotary Foundation
c.    Club must submit goals on Rotary Club Central for Membership, giving to the Annual Fund, and  giving to Polio Plus
d.    Adherence to all The Rotary Foundation (TRF) and District requirements
e.    Grants Management Seminar (GMS)
1)    At least 2 Club Members must participate in the GMS for the current year to certify club
2)    REQUIRED - members completing grant applications must participate in a GMS.
3)    GMS events for 2018-19 will all be by webinar as follows:
  • Thurs 12-Apr 5:30-7:00 PM GMS Webinar
  • Tues 24-Apr 6:30-8:00 PM GMS Webinar
  • Tues 8-May 5:30-7:00 PM GMS Webinar
4)    To Register for a GMS, click here, and select the seminar from the drop down menu.
5)    You must participate in the entire seminar to get credit
 
 

DISTRICT GRANTS 2018-19 - BASIC INFORMATION

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Important Dates – All Clubs and Projects are Subject to Adherence to these Dates
May 31 Application Due
December 31 Progress Report
March 31 Final Report
 
  1. Applications for District Grant Projects will be entered through the District Website grants module
  2. Clubs must first be certified to have access to the online application
  3. Members must be certified to get access to the online application to enter a district grant project application; those members must participate in a GMS
  4. Application, reports, supporting documents, etc. will be attached through the District Website online application module screens
  5. Review the Rotary International Terms and Conditions for guidelines and restrictions including, but not limited to these restrictions . . . funds cannot be used for . . .
    1. the purchase of land or buildings
    2. reimbursement for expenses previously incurred
    3. supporting fundraising in any way
    4. unrestricted cash donations to a beneficiary
    5. Review the Terms and Conditions for all restrictions and other guidelines
  6. District 5650 has added these criteria for District Grant Projects
    1. Local community projects only - projects must be conducted in, and for the benefit of, communities in District 5650
    2. Scholarships are ineligible
    3. Cannot repeat or continue a prior project
  7. Amounts for 2018-19 District Grant Projects
    1. 1:1 Club Contribution / District Match
    2. Single Club District Grant Projects
      1. $1,500 - Maximum Match (Clubs can invest more but the max match will be $1,500)
      2. $500 - Minimum Amount from Club (matched to make a $1,000 project)
    3. Multi-Club District Grant Projects
    4. $6,000 Maximum Match (Clubs can invest more but the max match will be $6,000)
      1. $1,500 - Maximum Match (Clubs can invest more but the max match will be $1,500)
      2. at least 4 Clubs must participate in order to receive the maximum match
      3. if 3 Clubs, the maximum match would be $4,500, 2 Clubs, max would be $3,000
      4. No maximum for any club – just a maximum for the project
      5. $300 Minimum from any Club


 

GRANT FORMS

2018-19 Grants Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

The MOU must be signed by:
  • The current / sitting Club President
  • The President-Elect
Locate the form on the left side of this page or click here
Submit the form to districtgrants@rotarydistrict5650.org; this cannot be submitted using the Grants Module as that is only available once clubs have been certified.
 


Grant Terms and Conditions - Rotary International

Locate the file on the left side of this page or click here

 

Code of Policies - Rotary International

Locate the file on the left side of this page or click here
 

Grant Areas of Focus - Rotary International

Locate the file on the left side of this page or click here
 

District Grant Money Management - Guidelines and Form

Provides the details and requirements for funds affected by projects using grant money
Locate the file on the left side of this page or click here
 

District Grant Project Management - Lifecycle of a District Grant

ROTARY DISTRICT 5650 has also created guidelines to help ensure success of your project and that items are completed within required time frames. Click here for the Project Plan designed just for you and your district grants project

ROTARY INTERNATIONAL has provided many resources on the Project Lifecycle page on MyRotary

 

 

GRANT INFORMATION AT ROTARY INTERNATIONAL

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