Presentation on theme: " Assisting Clubs in program implementation (by matching funds through Grant Application process) Supportive activities like collateral development."— Presentation transcript:
Assisting Clubs in program implementation (by matching funds through Grant Application process) Supportive activities like collateral development for fundraising, PR & communications, training, meetings, etc. Organizing Orientation training and part funding other levels of training Why does RILM need funding?
PR & Communications Organizing national level Committee meetings Management support to Clubs, Districts and National level Committees for all of above Why does RILM need funding?
Corporates and Trusts (including funds earmarked under the “corporate social responsibility” (CSR) provisions of the Companies Act 2013) International Donors (including individuals & organizations) The Rotary Foundation How can you raise funds?
Retail Sources High Net worth Individuals (HNI) including Rotarians and Government Resources wherever available How can you raise funds?
Financing T-E-A-C-H ActivityProjectIncentive Teacher Support Engaging volunteer- teachers for supplemental teaching in schools honorarium of Rs. 200/- per day RILM pays Rs. 100/- per volunteer per day (50% assistance) E-learning Provision of software & hardware for e-learning centres in schools @ Rs. 30,000/- to Rs 40,000/- per centre RILM pays Rs. 10,000/-
Financing T-E-A-C-H ActivityProjectIncentive Adult Literacy Engaging Volunteer Teachers to conduct literacy classes- honorarium @Rs. 250/- per adult examined and certified as literate Printing and supply of primers to adult learners: Rs. 40/- per primer RILM pays Rs. 250/- per adult learner as literate (100% assistance) RILM pays Rs. 40/- per primer if the number of primers is 100 or more ( 100% assistance)
Financing T-E-A-C-H ActivityProjectIncentive Happy School Providing at least five of the eight mandated facilities to a selected school to make it a Happy School – cost norm of Rs. 5 lakh per school RILM pays 50% of project cost, subject to maximum of Rs. 2.5 lakhs (50% assistance) Child Development Bringing out-of-school children back to school – cost @ Rs. 2100/- per child per year N.A.
Who Can fill in a Grant Application? Club President Primary Contact Primary Contact can be ‘Primary Contact’ (PC) is a member of the applicant Rotary Club so designated by the CP for the purpose of filling in the grant application and who has to be contacted for clarification by DG, DLCC, National Program Committee Chairs or Members and RILM Office. CP, CLCC or Club Secretary can him/herself be the PC.
What are the sections in a Grant Application? School Information Form (for Teacher Support, E-Learning and Happy School grant applications) Information on Planned Activities Additional Information for In-Principle Grant Application Approval Project Upload upon Completion
What are the levels of authorisation for a Grant Application? At the Club Level: CP and PC At the District Level: DLCC and DG At the National Level: Program Committee Chair RILM CEO
Useful sections in Grant Application for project implementation Proposed Activity details to help plan the activity components Execution Modalities to ascertain activity, duration, responsible parties, partnerships Sustainability Clause: with notes for Clubs to help plan for sustainability and to assist in impact measurement Essential Terms to keep in mind for grant application and project implementation
How do you finally get Grants? Upload Projects through the Project Upload upon completion section of the Grant Application Form Upload the requisite pictures, certificates, vouchers asked for in this segment Grants will be then released as re-imbursement to the applicant Club