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1 The Overview of the Transition to Future Vision in 2013 Rotary District 7570 District Grants Global Grants

2  SIMPLIFY programs and processes  FOCUS service efforts  SUPPORT local and global efforts  LOCAL decision making and flexibility  INCREASE Club Ownership  ENHANCE Rotary’s public image  IMPROVE sustainability  INCREASE metrics to measure results

3  PolioPlus  Humanitarian Grants  District Grants  Global Grants  Packaged Grants  Vocational Training & Educational Grants  Scholars  Peace Fellows  Vocational Training Teams (VTT)

4 D7570 Distributable Funds 2013–14 Rotary Year $442,000 $442,000 50% SHARE 50% 50% SHARE 50% District Designated Fund TRF World Fund District Designated Fund TRF World Fund $221,000 $221,000 $221,000 $221,000 Annual Fund Contributions in

5 D7570 Distributable Funds 2013–14 Rotary Year $442,000 $442,000 50% SHARE 50% 50% SHARE 50% District Designated Fund TRF World Fund District Designated Fund TRF World Fund $221,000 $221,000 $221,000 $221,000 50% (max.) 50% (min.) 50% (max.) 50% (min.) $110,500 $110,500 $110,500 $110,500 District Grants Global Grants District Grants Global Grants Matches 100% of District $ 50% of Club $ Annual Fund Contributions in

6 Water Disease and Maternal & Prevention Sanitation Child Health & Treatment

7 Economic & Community Development Six Grant Areas of Focus

8  Humanitarian Projects  Vocational Training Team  Scholars  Packaged Grants  Address Six Areas of Focus  Show Local Community buy-in  Show sustainability!!

9 Global Grants – Vocational Training Teams  Have a mission, skill or knowledge transfer  One or more Rotarians  Does not require 30 days  More than one trip allowed  Must address one or more of Six Areas of Focus  Must show sustainability!!  Logistics up to Club/District

10 1. Attend the Grant Management Seminar to learn new grants in October & November Complete & Submit the Club MOU by President-Elect and President-Nominee 3. Be CURRENT on all Grant reporting

11 APPLICATION DEADLINE: None – Apply Anytime District Grants Team will Review first Must Understand District versus Global Grants Understand Sustainability and Measurability GLOBAL GRANTS REQUIREMENTS: 1. Certified/Qualified CLUB 2. Grant Must be in at least one of the 6 Areas of Focus 3. SUBMIT Proposal using Online Process

12  PDG Janet Johnson – District Foundation Chair  Walter Hughes - District Grants Committee Chair  Mike Mefford - International Grants  Richard Ray - District Grants  Fred Meyers - District Foundation Grants Treasurer  Assistant Governors  Future Vision Advocates  Ron Mabry, DGE - FV Transition Committee Chair  Woody Sadler, District Governor,

13 GRANTS MANAGEMENT SEMINARS: October 20, 2012 in Abingdon October 27, 2012 in Roanoke November 10, 2012 in Weyers Cave District Team Training Seminar– March 1-2, 2013 District Conference Breakout– March 16, 2013 President Elect Training (PETS)– April 4-6, 2013 District Training Assembly – April 2013 Each Club should be represented at training asdf


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