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The Rotary Foundation Future Vision. Not as cataclysmic as portrayed Keep simple – mission unchanged More local control and also responsibility.

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1 The Rotary Foundation Future Vision

2 Not as cataclysmic as portrayed Keep simple – mission unchanged More local control and also responsibility

3 DSGDistrict DDFWorld Fund $40,000$160,000$200,000 Club ProjectsAmb ScholarMatching Grants GSE Historical Total Giving $400,000 Future Vision Total Giving $400,000 District GrantGlobal Fund DDFWorld Fund $100,000 $200,000 Projects < $30,000Projects > $30,000 Local ScholarsVTT GSEScholars

4 Foundation Donation Flow $ $400,000 in 2010 $200,000 $ % to World Fund 50% to District Designated Fund $200,000 At least ½ to Global Grants $100,000 Up to ½ to District Grants Matches 1:1 DDF $ and 50% of cash $

5 District Grants Global Grants New Grant Model

6 Areas of Focus Water and Sanitation Disease Prevention and Treatment Maternal and Child Health Basic Education and Literacy Economic and Community Development Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution

7 District Grants Single annual “block” grant Spending Plan Local projects no minimum Local or international Local decision making/flexibility Can include Scholars &/or GSE Not tied to Six Areas of Focus

8 Global Grants Humanitarian Work (> $30,000) Vocational Training Team (VTT) Scholars Packaged Grants Address Six Areas of Focus Must show local community buy in Must show sustainability!! Proposal/Application

9 Global Grants – Scholars Post-graduate work Can be for more than one year Global Grant application – must be greater than $30,000 Six Areas of Focus Must show how education will further mission of TRF Award decision by TRF Logistics up to Club/District

10 Global Grants – Vocational Training Teams Have a mission, often skill or knowledge transfer Can have more than one Rotarian 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

11 Comprehend District MOU Establish Stewardship/Audit Committee Establish District Grant application process –(forms, review and decision committee) Establish calendar for District Grant applications and awards Become familiar with District Grant spending plan requirements and final reporting requirements Establish method of storing District Grant completed reports and receipts Preparation Steps - District

12 Understand principles of sustainability Understand principles of community buy in Determine how you want to address scholars – understand programs Determine desire for GSE look alike Understand Vocational Training Teams Become familiar with Global Grant on-line application process Preparation Steps - District

13 Comprehend Club MOU Develop Grant Management Seminar Present requirements for clubs to qualify for grants –Signed Club Memorandum of Understanding –Grant Management Seminar attendance –Any other District requirements Present revisions to clubs, with lead time for new calendar Revise District Foundation website to support clubs Preparation Steps - District

14 Comprehend Club MOU –Terms of qualifications –Club leadership responsibilities –Financial management/stewardship –Document retention (reports and receipts) –Signature of president and president-elect –Submitted annually Preparation Steps - Club

15 Understand requirements for clubs to qualify for grants –Signed Club Memorandum of Understanding –Grant Management Seminar attendance –Any other District requirements Understand project development process to meet grant application calendar Preparation Steps - Club

16 Understand Global vs. District Grant –Global > $30,000 Understand Sustainability and Measurability Understand application process Preparation Steps - Club

17 Future Vision A New Vocabulary Revised Concepts and Ways –Six Areas of Focus –Global Grants –District Grants –DDF allocation to Global and District –Needs Assessment –Sustainable –Measureable –VTTs (and GSEs) –Scholarships as Grants –Member Access as Gateway

18 District website (www.rotaryfoundation6970.org)www.rotaryfoundation6970.org Resources


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