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1 1 Global GrantsSlide 1 Mentor Training – 27 February 2010 Rotary Foundation Seminar 9/13/2014

2 2 Agenda Why Use the Global Grant? Financing Using The Rotary Foundation is Powerful Host Club Necessities Due Diligence Project Characteristics Application Process Consider a Domestic Or International Grant District 7610 Contacts Global GrantsSlide 2

3 3 Why use the Global Grant? Leverage Financial Resources from The Rotary Foundation (TRF) Solve Humanitarian Problems; Both Domestic and Overseas Involve your Rotary Club, Local District, Overseas Club, Overseas Districts, & TRF Create a Beneficial Program That Has a Long Term Sustainable Impact Slide 3Global Grants

4 4 Financing Your Global Grant There is no ‘right’ way to fund your global grant Talk to your club, your District, your Host (overseas) Club, & your Host (overseas) District to find availability of funds Band together with other Rotary Clubs to form alliances and further leverage funds See Attached THREE different examples to finance a $35,000 global grant Remember: Total grant must be at least $30,000 and total RI contribution must be at least $15,000 Slide 4Global Grants

5 5 3 Ways to Fund a $35,000 Project: #1 Slide 5Global Grants NO OVERSEAS CONTRIBUTION ContributionRITotal Your Club: 10,0005,00015,000 Your District: 10,000 20,000 Total Grant: 35,000

6 6 3 Ways to Fund a $35,000 Project: #2 Slide 6Global Grants SMALL OVERSEAS CONTRIBUTION ContributionRITotal Overseas Club: Overseas District:1,500 3,000 Your Club:8,0004,00012,000 Your District:9,925 19,850 Total Grant:35,000

7 7 3 Ways to Fund a $35,000 Project: #3 Slide 7Global Grants LARGE OVERSEAS CONTRIBUTION ContributionRITotal Overseas Club:1, ,500 Overseas District:5,000 10,000 Your Club:6,0003,0009,000 Your District:7,250 14,500 Total Grant:35,000

8 8 3 Ways to Fund a $35,000 Project Slide 8Global Grants NO OVERSEAS CONTRIBUTION ContributionRITotal Your Club: 10,0005,00015,000 Your District: 10,000 20,000 Total Grant: 35,000 SMALL OVERSEAS CONTRIBUTION ContributionRITotal Overseas Club: Overseas District:1,500 3,000 Your Club:8,0004,00012,000 Your District:9,925 19,850 Total Grant:35,000 LARGE OVERSEAS CONTRIBUTION ContributionRITotal Overseas Club:1, ,500 Overseas District:5,000 10,000 Your Club:6,0003,0009,000 Your District:7,250 14,500 Total Grant:35,000

9 9 $35,000 Project – Rotary Vocabulary Slide 9Global Grants NO HOST CONTRIBUTION ContributionTRFTotal International Club: 10,0005,00015,000 International DDF: 10,000 20,000 Total Grant: 35,000 SMALL HOST CONTRIBUTION ContributionTRFTotal Host Club: Host DDF:1,500 3,000 International Club:8,0004,00012,000 International DDF:9,925 19,850 Total Grant:35,000 LARGE HOST CONTRIBUTION ContributionTRFTotal Host Club:1, ,500 Host DDF:5,000 10,000 International Club:6,0003,0009,000 International DDF:7,250 14,500 Total Grant:35,000

10 10 Intl. / Host Club Necessities Club Experience in Grant Writing Discuss Host Club With The Rotary Foundation (TRF) Are They Wiling to Vouch for Local Contractors? Club Communication Do They Understand Permits/ Legal Constraints? Communicate With Host District In Good Standing (no outstanding reports) Slide 10Global Grants

11 11 Due Diligence Review Host Club’s Past Grant Experience Open Up Dialogue With Contractors Consider Traveling to Project Establish Metrics to Measure Progress/ Successes Request Feedback From All Parties Involved Slide 11Global Grants

12 12 Three Types of Global Grants –Humanitarian projects –Vocational training, in which professionals from the International Club (outside the country where the project will take place) travel to train local professionals in the Host country (often in conjunction with a humanitarian project) –Scholarships for graduate students studying an Areas of Focus Global GrantsSlide 12

13 13 Global Grant Example: Be sustainable and include plans for long-term success after the global grant funds have been spent Include measurable goals Align with one of our areas of focus Actively involve Rotarians and community members Meet the eligibility requirements in the grants https://www.rotary.org/en/take-action/apply- grants/global-grants Global Grants Slide 13

14 Areas of Focus ****Pick One Area Only**** Peace and Conflict Resolution/Prevention Disease Prevention and Treatment Water and Sanitation Maternal and Child Health Basic Education and Literacy Economic and Community Development Slide 14Global Grants

15 15 Global Grant Application Step 1: Go to rotary.org (My Rotary) Step 2: Click Take Action (review information prior to starting grant) Step 3: Click on Grant Application Tools Step 4: Reauthorize Sign In & Password Step 5: Click on Global Grants (on left) Step 6: Complete Domestic (here) and Host (overseas) Partner Information Global GrantsSlide 15

16 16 Application – Continued Step 7: Objectives (see examples) Step 8: Sustainability Explanation Step 9: Partner information Step 10: Budget AND Financing must equal Step 11: District Rotary Foundation Chair (DRFC) from Both Districts Need to Sign Note: Current Club President must sign when application is submitted (not started). You will be assigned a grant # and grant TRF Slide 16Global Grants

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19 19 Global Grant; Intl. and Domestic Consider writing a District 7610 Global Grant right here (our district) Find an International Club to sponsor (not pay for the project) The Domestic (7610 Club) would become the ‘Host’ club; find the need, write the grant, manage the project, and file all of the necessary reports Global GrantsSlide 19

20 20 Global Grant Questions Andrew Wade, Global Grants Chair, Tom Dunnells, Application Specialist, Patricia Velkoff, Ph.D., Grant Specialist, https://www.rotary.org/en/take-action/apply- grants/global-grants Global GrantsSlide 20


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