Presentation on theme: "District Grants vs Global Grants PP Dr Senthil Doraisamy Rotary Club of Muar."— Presentation transcript:
District Grants vs Global Grants PP Dr Senthil Doraisamy Rotary Club of Muar
TITLE | 2 Learning Objectives: Distinguish between district grants and global grants. Identify Rotary’s areas of focus and how they relate to Rotary Foundation grants. Demonstrate an understanding of sustainable service projects.
TITLE | 3 Rotary’s Motto: Service Above Self Every Rotarian is responsible for finding ways to improve the quality of life in his or her community and in those around the world through service
TITLE | 4 Rotary Foundation Mission: To enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.
TITLE | 6 Types of Grants: 1. District Grants 2. Global Grants
TITLE | 7 Types of Grants: 1. District Grants – District grants are single, annual block grants made to districts in amounts up to 50 percent of their District Designated Fund (DDF). – The district grant can fund multiple club and district projects, which may be local or international. – District grants allow local decision making, with minimal restrictions, for smaller-scale activities and projects.
TITLE | 8 Types of Grants: 1. District 3310 District Grants – Only 20% as DDF for 2015/16 (USD22,000 only) – no matching – MYR$10,000 limit per project – Requesting Clubs must have or will contribute to Annual Fund (1/3 contribution) – Encourage to get funds from local Rotary Foundations and Crocodile Foundations
TITLE | 9 Types of Grants: 2. Global Grants – Align with an area of focus – Respond to a community need – Include active community and Rotarian participation – Strengthen knowledge, skills, resources – Have long-term, sustainable benefits – Have measurable results – Have a budget of at least $30,000
TITLE | 10 Differences: District GrantGlobal Grant Supports the mission of The Rotary Foundation Supports an area of focus No minimum budgetMinimum budget of US$30,000 Short-term impactLong-term, sustainable impact Can support scholars pursuing any level of study, locally or internationally Can support scholars pursuing graduate-level study internationally Active Rotarian involvement Adheres to the grant terms and conditions No matchingMeasurable outcomes
TITLE | 11 Workshop 1: 1.Please form teams 2.List 3 District Grant Projects and 3 Global Grant Projects 3.Select ONE (1) project each to be presented and discussed 4.10 minutes discussion and 5 minutes presentation for each team
TITLE | 12 Learning Objectives: Distinguish between district grants and global grants. Identify Rotary’s areas of focus and how they relate to Rotary Foundation grants. Demonstrate an understanding of sustainable service projects.