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1 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar1 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International District 5030 Grant Management Seminar

2 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar2 Grant Management This seminar is going to cover the following: How to Get and Stay QualifiedHow to Get and Stay Qualified Key Elements of Grant ManagementKey Elements of Grant Management Secrets of Successful Grant ProjectsSecrets of Successful Grant Projects What Stewardship RequiresWhat Stewardship Requires

3 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar3Agenda TRF’s Annual Programs Fund & World FundTRF’s Annual Programs Fund & World Fund Becoming Qualified to receive grant fundsBecoming Qualified to receive grant funds Designing ProjectsDesigning Projects Conflicts of InterestConflicts of Interest Working with Cooperating OrganizationsWorking with Cooperating Organizations Preparing Grant Proposals:Preparing Grant Proposals: –District Grant applications and process –Global Grant applications and process Stewardship and ReportingStewardship and Reporting

4 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar4 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Annual Programs Fund District Grant via DDFDistrict Grant via DDF Global Grants via World FundGlobal Grants via World Fund Dictionaries for 3 rd Graders - Seattle Kenya Water Project - BBRC

5 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar D5030 clubs contributed $583K to Annual Fund: This Rotary year’s DDF + residual ≈ $300K split 50/50 $150K to District Grant & $150K to match Global Grants D5030 clubs contributed $489K to Annual Fund: Next Rotary year’s DDF + residual ≈ $247K split 50/50 $122K to District Grant & $122K to match Global Grants D5030 clubs contributed $594K to Annual Fund: For the Rotary year DDF + residual estimated to be back about this year’s levels. Contributions to The Rotary Foundation’s Annual Programs Fund DIRECTLY affects how much is available for matching funds for your projects.

6 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar6 Session 1 Qualification

7 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar7 Qualification Requirements The Rotary Foundation requires clubs to “qualify” every year if they are to receive grant funds… “qualify in RY to receive grants in RY ” Two club members attend a grant manage- ment seminar each yearTwo club members attend a grant manage- ment seminar each year Annually submit signed club MOU to districtAnnually submit signed club MOU to district Be current with club duesBe current with club dues Be current in all grant reportingBe current in all grant reporting

8 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar8 Maintaining Qualification Adhere to terms of club MOUAdhere to terms of club MOU Appoint club member/committee to manage club’s annual qualificationAppoint club member/committee to manage club’s annual qualification –Sign & Deliver New MOU each year –Attend Grant Mgmt Seminar each year Fully implement stewardship practices to prevent misuse of fundsFully implement stewardship practices to prevent misuse of funds

9 FEBRUARY 8, 2014 Grant Management Seminar9 Grant Coordinators Advise and support your Club on District and Global GrantsAdvise and support your Club on District and Global Grants Track Club’s Annual Fund contribution and MOU complianceTrack Club’s Annual Fund contribution and MOU compliance Serve as contact point, collaborator and catalyst for partnershipsServe as contact point, collaborator and catalyst for partnerships At least two Club GC’s at one of two Grant Management SeminarsAt least two Club GC’s at one of two Grant Management Seminars

10 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar10 Session 2 Designing a Project

11 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar11 Learning Objectives Identify best practices for designing a projectIdentify best practices for designing a project Develop a plan to implement your projectDevelop a plan to implement your project Avoiding Conflicts of Interest & Working with Cooperating OrganizationsAvoiding Conflicts of Interest & Working with Cooperating Organizations Create measurable project goalsCreate measurable project goals

12 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar12 Successful Grant Projects Address real community needs and prioritiesAddress real community needs and priorities Require close Rotary partner communication, collaboration and active participationRequire close Rotary partner communication, collaboration and active participation Demand planning & implementation with clear partner roles:Demand planning & implementation with clear partner roles: –Community –Host club –International club –Cooperating Organizations Benefits must be sustainableBenefits must be sustainable Expect management & stewardship of funds by Host clubExpect management & stewardship of funds by Host club Kenya Water Project - BBRC

13 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar13 Needs Assessment Consult TRF’s “Community Needs Assessment” manual for specifics. (See Tool Box)Consult TRF’s “Community Needs Assessment” manual for specifics. (See Tool Box) Engage the community. Clearly define desired outcomes and how to measure them.Engage the community. Clearly define desired outcomes and how to measure them. Assess resources/ limitations of your club, the host club, and potential partners.Assess resources/ limitations of your club, the host club, and potential partners. –Clubs’ $$ commitment must be firm before you start the app. –Time, energy, passion for project Ensure community commitment, capacity to carry out and sustain project after funding is gone.Ensure community commitment, capacity to carry out and sustain project after funding is gone.

14 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar14 Project Planning Form a 3-person grant committeeForm a 3-person grant committee 1.Must be Rotarians from your club. 2.Name one of 3 as Primary Contact 3.All 3 must be knowledgeable about and engaged in project. 4.No conflict of interest with project Assign rolesAssign roles

15 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar15 More Planning Requirements Prepare an Implementation Plan, i.e. detailed plan to “get things done!”Prepare an Implementation Plan, i.e. detailed plan to “get things done!” Look to the RI web-site for step-by-stepLook to the RI web-site for step-by-step –www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/take-action/apply- grants/grant-activities grants/grant-activitieswww.rotary.org/myrotary/en/take-action/apply- grants/grant-activities 1.Designing Sustainable Projects 2.Global Grant Monitoring and Evaluation Plan Supplement 3.Specifics about Vocational Training Teams 4.Check out the LEARNING CENTER under “My Rotary”

16 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar16 Know Your Partners Key to successful project!Key to successful project! –Host club capable, passionate about project, active throughout its life Find partner(s) for your:Find partner(s) for your: –D5030 clubs, contacts, project site trips, conventions, online sites –Travel, visit clubs, ask their community needs, priorities BUT: Do your due diligence:BUT: Do your due diligence: –Current in reporting & dues? Qualified? Reliable? –Easy to communicate with?

17 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar17 Know Your Partners “Date” before you “propose”:“Date” before you “propose”: –Do smaller club-to-club project (District Grant project??) before tackling a Global Grant –Develop relationship Contact #1 (Primary Contact) of 3-member teams has critical role in online process:Contact #1 (Primary Contact) of 3-member teams has critical role in online process: –All online inputting of application info –All communication w/ TRF

18 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar18 Creating a Budget RealisticRealistic Scaleable – Yes or NoScaleable – Yes or No Include all Expense ItemsInclude all Expense Items Competitive biddingCompetitive bidding Disclose conflicts of interestDisclose conflicts of interest

19 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar19 Lifecycle of a Grant Project 1.Identify & assess the community’s needs 2.Develop a solution to the need(s) 3.Gather resources to take project forward: a)Partner clubs and Cooperating Organizations b)Training resources so community can continue to benefit after grant expended c)Include methods for on-going financing for repairs, maintenance, upgrades, replacements 4.Evaluate results; compare to project goals. 5.Schedule follow-up attention and training, as required.

20 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar20 Successful Grant Projects Review Address the needs of the community as defined by the communityAddress the needs of the community as defined by the community Have trusted Host & International Partners who communicate frequently & easilyHave trusted Host & International Partners who communicate frequently & easily Have a comprehensive implementation planHave a comprehensive implementation plan Practice proper stewardship of fundsPractice proper stewardship of funds

21 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar21 Conflict of Interest Exists when a Rotarian benefits financially or personally from grant activities.Exists when a Rotarian benefits financially or personally from grant activities. Benefit may be direct (the Rotarian benefits) or indirect (an associate of the Rotarian benefits)Benefit may be direct (the Rotarian benefits) or indirect (an associate of the Rotarian benefits) “… any potential Conflict of Interest must be disclosed when the grant application is made.” (Grant Mgmt Manual pg 1.3)“… any potential Conflict of Interest must be disclosed when the grant application is made.” (Grant Mgmt Manual pg 1.3)

22 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar22 Conflict of Interest Examples… A Cooperating Organization writes the grant proposal;A Cooperating Organization writes the grant proposal; Your club’s in-house NGO provides the paid project manager;Your club’s in-house NGO provides the paid project manager; The Cooperating Organization is represented on the club committee.The Cooperating Organization is represented on the club committee.

23 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar23 Conflict of Interest Actual or perceived Conflicts of Interest must be disclosed in the on-line application.Actual or perceived Conflicts of Interest must be disclosed in the on-line application. An actual or perceived conflict of interest does not necessarily disqualify a Rotarian from participation in the Foundation grants program. Eligibility is determined on a case- by-case basis.An actual or perceived conflict of interest does not necessarily disqualify a Rotarian from participation in the Foundation grants program. Eligibility is determined on a case- by-case basis.

24 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar24 Conflict of Interest Serious consequences:Serious consequences: –Fellow Rotarians see it as unethical; –Outside donors see it as self-serving… and unethical.

25 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar25 Tips for Working with NGOs “All projects that receive Foundation grants must be initiated and managed by Rotarians.” (Grant Mgmt Manual pg 1.1) Grant “funds cannot be managed by or turned over to non- Rotarian entities such as … Cooperating Organizations.” (Grant Mgmt Manual pg 3.2) Sponsor Clubs – act as if you are the General Contractor. Understand your responsibility and authority! 1.Select Cooperating Organizations ( “ sub-contractors ”) based on bids/ experience. Note your selection process in application. 2.Select equipment, goods, and services based on competitive bids. Describe your process in the app.

26 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar26 Tips for Working with NGOs 3.Manage the project: a)Work with beneficiaries, cooperating organizations, and partner clubs in selecting suppliers, and to establish budget, timeline, and milestones. b)Oversee the performance and quality of the work. c)Receive, review, approve (or deny) invoices from suppliers and cooperating organizations. d)Prepare regular progress reports to beneficiaries and The Rotary Foundation. e)Dismiss cooperating organizations [“sub- contractor(s)”] for failure to perform.

27 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar27 Tips for Working with NGOs REMEMBER: The project needs to be a Rotary managed effort supported/ aided by the cooperating organization(s). Not the other way around! If the cooperating organization does everything except pay for the project, re- write the proposal!

28 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar28 Setting Goals Measurable – What are the measurable results you expect from this effort?Measurable – What are the measurable results you expect from this effort? Set Qualitative (descriptive) goals.Set Qualitative (descriptive) goals. Set Quantitative (numeric) goals.Set Quantitative (numeric) goals.

29 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar29 Setting Goals Use the Global Grant Monitoring and Evaluation Plan Supplement (in Tool Box) Gather baseline dataGather baseline data Set goals – What is target and “as of” date: e.g. “Within two years… school absenteeism will drop by 30%.”Set goals – What is target and “as of” date: e.g. “Within two years… school absenteeism will drop by 30%.” Determine method ofDetermine method of measurement and measurement and specify in application. specify in application.

30 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar30 Learning Objectives Review Identify best practices for designing a projectIdentify best practices for designing a project Develop a plan to implement your projectDevelop a plan to implement your project Avoiding Conflicts of Interest & Working with Cooperating OrganizationsAvoiding Conflicts of Interest & Working with Cooperating Organizations Understand how to create measurable goalsUnderstand how to create measurable goals

31 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar31 10 Minute Break

32 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar32 Session 3 Applying for and Implementing a Gran t

33 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar33 Learning Objectives Write a successful grant applicationWrite a successful grant application Understand grant financing of District and Global GrantsUnderstand grant financing of District and Global Grants Discuss the importance of evaluationDiscuss the importance of evaluation

34 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar34 Rotary Foundation Grants This Session covers… District GrantsDistrict Grants Global GrantsGlobal Grants Packaged GrantsPackaged Grants

35 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar35 District Grants 02/08/2014

36 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar36 District Grant Program $300,000 Requested for 37 Projects$300,000 Requested for 37 Projects $260,000 Investment Proposed by 22 Clubs$260,000 Investment Proposed by 22 Clubs $185,000 Requested in #1 Ranked Proposals$185,000 Requested in #1 Ranked Proposals $147,544 Reserved for 22 Projects$147,544 Reserved for 22 Projects One of 22 replaced a withdrawn projectOne of 22 replaced a withdrawn project

37 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar37 District Grant Partnerships Over 30 District Clubs Are ParticipatingOver 30 District Clubs Are Participating Over $30,000 Reserved for Partnership IncentivesOver $30,000 Reserved for Partnership Incentives Even More Important in Year AheadEven More Important in Year Ahead

38 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar38 District Grant Program Goals Increase project participationIncrease project participation by Rotarians by Rotarians by District Clubs by District Clubs Facilitate District Club collaboration Facilitate District Club collaboration Encourage strong TRF Annual Fund Encourage strong TRF Annual Fund giving giving

39 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar39 District Grant Process Schedule ActivityTiming District Grant Proposal June 15 deadline Proposal Evaluation June – July 15 D.G. Reserve NotificationJuly 15 Submit Acct & Other Info July 15 – Aug 15 Grant $ RemittedOn receipt of Info Final Report Within 60 days of completion

40 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar40 Program Changes for District Grant Proposal Deadline June 15, 2014 Reduced maximum project size: $4K-12KReduced maximum project size: $4K-12K Increased incentive to qualify for 100% District matchIncreased incentive to qualify for 100% District match Participation rate raised to 55% for 100% matchParticipation rate raised to 55% for 100% match Less District funds for projects without partnersLess District funds for projects without partners

41 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar41 Grant Maximums Rotary Year $4,000 50% Match and no Partners $7,000 50% Match and 3 Partners $8,000100% Match and no Partners $12, % Match and 3 Partners

42 February 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar42 District & Global Grant Evaluation Criteria ( See Handouts)

43 Grant Proposal Requirements Do Good In The World43 Criterion D Grant < $5k D Grant $5k - $12k Global Grant 1 of 6 Areas of FocusPreferredRequired District Qualified (MOU)Required Needs AssessmentRequired Required in Depth Partner CommitmentsRequired Line Item BudgetRequired Source of Funds BudgetRequired Sustainable ImpactPreferredRequired Final ReportRequired Evaluation & MonitoringPreferred Required

44 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar44 Project Evaluation Criteria 6 Areas of Focus Project Evaluation Criteria 6 Areas of Focus Peace and conflict prevention/ resolutionPeace and conflict prevention/ resolution Disease prevention and treatmentDisease prevention and treatment Water and sanitationWater and sanitation Maternal and child healthMaternal and child health Basic education and literacyBasic education and literacy Economic & community developmentEconomic & community development

45 Grant Proposal Evaluation Do Good In The World45 Criterion D Grant < $5k D Grant $5k - $12k Global Grant Impact Maximized $/bene & value # & impact Meets Community Need ***** Beneficiaries’ Involvement ***** Sustainable over long term ****** Project Oversight ***** Key Role of Grant **** Leverage/Partnerships**** Rotarian Involvement ***** Promotes New Members & Good PR **

46 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar46 District Grant Evaluation Example Gotas de Agua Childcare Center (Peru) $14,100 budget, $7,300 in D5030 grant $ Funding from: D4450, Host RC, 4 D5030 RCs Equip 3 nursery, 3 classrooms & playground 60 children per year Community involvement Outside NGO and local gov’t support

47 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar47 Global Grants

48 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar48 Applying for Global Grants Three-step process:Three-step process: 1.Send proposal form to D Complete “First Steps” of TRF on-line app. 3.Commence TRF on-line application Meet goals of Area of FocusMeet goals of Area of Focus Be sustainableBe sustainable Involve Rotary clubs in two districtsInvolve Rotary clubs in two districts Minimum budget of US$30,000Minimum budget of US$30,000 District confirms club is qualifiedDistrict confirms club is qualified

49 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar49 Areas of Focus Peace and conflict prevention/resolution Disease prevention and treatment Water and sanitation Maternal and child health Basic education and literacy Economic and community development See Tool Box for link to Areas of Focus Policy Statements

50 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar50 Sustainable Projects A “sustainable project” is one that gives a community the skills and knowledge to maintain project outcomes for the long term, after grant funds have been expended. Involve community members & beneficiaries in planning, implementing and maintaining projectInvolve community members & beneficiaries in planning, implementing and maintaining project Budgeting: acquire services and equipment appropriate to culture and capabilities of beneficiariesBudgeting: acquire services and equipment appropriate to culture and capabilities of beneficiaries Finance: Construct/ create local funding sources for long-term operation, maintenance, repair or upgrade of project equipment/ facilitiesFinance: Construct/ create local funding sources for long-term operation, maintenance, repair or upgrade of project equipment/ facilities

51 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar51 Sustainable Projects Incorporate training programs to enable beneficiaries to maintain, repair, replace.Incorporate training programs to enable beneficiaries to maintain, repair, replace. See Tool Box for a specific 6-step platform for designing a sustainable project.See Tool Box for a specific 6-step platform for designing a sustainable project. Your project proposal will be expected to address all six steps from planning through implementation to evaluation. If you build on that platform, you will be “good to go!”Your project proposal will be expected to address all six steps from planning through implementation to evaluation. If you build on that platform, you will be “good to go!” Read handout: “Why Do Ideas Fail?”Read handout: “Why Do Ideas Fail?”

52 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar52 Global Grant Application Process (Your ducks ARE in a row!) 1.Complete the D-5030 Global Grant proposal form (See “Tool Box”) 2.Commence the TRF on-line application a.Primary host / international partner completes the application b.Requires comprehensive information c.Include price bids or pro forma invoices d.Financial information complete and confirmed e.Authorizations & approvals received from Districts

53 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar53 Global Grant Time Line There is NO deadline for submitting Global Grant proposalsThere is NO deadline for submitting Global Grant proposals Refer to Global Grant Timeline in HANDOUTSRefer to Global Grant Timeline in HANDOUTS

54 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar54 Implementing a Global Grant Project Follow your original planFollow your original plan Communicate oftenCommunicate often Adhere to your project’s financial management & recordkeeping planAdhere to your project’s financial management & recordkeeping plan

55 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar55 Evaluating your Global Grant Project Did you achieve the results you expected from the project?Did you achieve the results you expected from the project? Assists with reportingAssists with reporting Improves future projectsImproves future projects Based on measurable goalsBased on measurable goals Ongoing processOngoing process

56 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar56 Global Grant Financing Clubs contribute cashClubs contribute cash Districts contribute matching DDFDistricts contribute matching DDF TRF World Fund matches DDF at 100% and … matches Rotarian cash at 50%TRF World Fund matches DDF at 100% and … matches Rotarian cash at 50% Non-Rotarian cash contributionsNon-Rotarian cash contributions

57 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar57 Financing Guidelines Contributions raised by RotariansContributions raised by Rotarians Funds cannot be raised from beneficiaries in exchange for a grantFunds cannot be raised from beneficiaries in exchange for a grant Funds cannot come from other grantsFunds cannot come from other grants Contributions must be credited to donorContributions must be credited to donor

58 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar58 Package Grants Rotary’s relationship with select strategic partners opens door for Rotarians to work with them directly on large-scale projects: Goodwill Industries International, Dollywood Foundation’s Imagination Library, ShelterBox, and numerous others.Goodwill Industries International, Dollywood Foundation’s Imagination Library, ShelterBox, and numerous others. Strategic Partner runs the show.Strategic Partner runs the show. See “Tool Box” for link to apply.See “Tool Box” for link to apply.

59 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar59 Learning Objectives Review Write a successful grant applicationWrite a successful grant application Understand grant financingUnderstand grant financing Discuss the importance of evaluationDiscuss the importance of evaluation

60 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar60 Session 4 Oversight and Reporting

61 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar61 Learning Objectives Identify requirements for managing grant funds and record keepingIdentify requirements for managing grant funds and record keeping Identify which documents need to be retainedIdentify which documents need to be retained Understand reporting requirementsUnderstand reporting requirements

62 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar62 Financial Management Plan Refer to the Grant Management Manual! Bank account for grant fundsBank account for grant funds Distributing fundsDistributing funds Use checks/bank cards to track fundsUse checks/bank cards to track funds Detailed ledgerDetailed ledger Address local lawsAddress local laws

63 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar63 Document Retention Provide accessProvide access Retain for a minimumRetain for a minimum of five years of five years Make copiesMake copies Remember, if funds are misused, your club is responsible for rectifying the situation.

64 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar64 Global Grant Reports: Frequency Refer to “Grant Management Manual”, Ch 4Refer to “Grant Management Manual”, Ch 4 * * Reports must be accepted by TRF before the grant is considered closed. the grant is considered closed.

65 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar65 Global Grant Reports: Content How partners were involvedHow partners were involved Type of activityType of activity Evaluation of project goals (Did the project achieve the results/outcomes you forecast?)Evaluation of project goals (Did the project achieve the results/outcomes you forecast?) How Area of Focus goals were metHow Area of Focus goals were met How funds were spentHow funds were spent Number of beneficiaries and how they benefitedNumber of beneficiaries and how they benefited

66 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar66 Learning Objectives Review Identify requirements for managing grant funds and record keepingIdentify requirements for managing grant funds and record keeping Identify which documents need to be retainedIdentify which documents need to be retained Understand reporting requirementsUnderstand reporting requirements

67 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar67 Tool Box for District & Global Grants pg 1 of 4 Areas of Focus Statements of Purpose and Goals: https://www.rotary.org/en/document/595https://www.rotary.org/en/document/595 ‎ Community Assessment Tools: “Communities in Action… A Guide to Effective Projects” and “Community Assessment Tools… A Companion Piece to Communities in Action.” Develop Projects – Project Lifecycle Resources https://www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/project-lifecycle-resources

68 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar68 Tool Box for District & Global Grants pg 2 of 4 Developing Sustainable Projects: https://www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/document/638 District 5030 District Grant Application: District 5030 Global Grant Proposal Form: Global Grant Monitoring and Evaluation Plan Supplement: https://www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/take-action/apply-grants/global-grants Implementing, Monitoring & Evaluating a Grant project: https://www.rotary.org/en/document/673https://www.rotary.org/en/document/673 (Grant Mgmt Manual, Chapter 3)‎

69 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar69 Tool Box for District & Global Grants pg 3 of 4 Learning Center: Building a Global Grant; Managing Grants Rotary Club Memorandum of Understanding n.pdf n.pdf Rotary Club Memorandum of Understanding Worksheet Worksheet_en.pdf Worksheet_en.pdf Rotary International Code of Policies:

70 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar70 Tool Box for District & Global Grants pg 4 of 4 Rotary International Package Grants: For information and to apply - https://www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/take-action/apply-grants/packaged-grants Terms & Conditions for TRF District Grants and Global Grants: The Rotary Foundation Grants Management Manual: https://www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/take-action/apply-grants/global-grants

71 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar71 Annual Qualification District Grant opportunities Areas of Focus Measurable Goals & the project “Lifecycle” Sustainable Outcomes Conflicts of Interest and working with Cooperating Organizations/ NGOs Accurate and timely reporting What we covered today!

72 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar72 Please turn in your Seminar Evaluation form

73 FEBRUARY 8, 2014Grant Management Seminar73 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Do Good In The World Be a Rotarian!

74 May 2014Do Good in the World74 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Girls School Mazar é Sharif, Afghanistan R/C Emerald City R/C Edmonds Daybreakers Literacy

75 May 2014Do Good in the World75 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

76 May 2014Do Good in the World76 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Global Grants District Grant Vocational Training Teams World Peace Fellowships Kenya Water Project - BBRC

77 May 2014Do Good in the World77 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International 1917 –”Endowment” 1928 –“Foundation” 1930 – Foundation made its first grant of $500 to the Intn’l Society for Crippled Children, created by Rotarian Edgar F. “Daddy” Allen.

78 Do Good in the World78 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

79 Do Good in the World79 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Permanent Fund An endowment fund. Uses only the interest, so your donation works in perpetuity!


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