Use District Grants for one time projects locally and globally
Utah Rotary uses District Designated Funds (DDF) through The Rotary Foundation to
assist our clubs with smaller projects through District Grants. Your club can use these grants for one time projects that take place within the Rotary year. All clubs are encouraged to apply, as all clubs have contributed to the DDF used for these grants.
Your club’s District Grant Final Report MUST be filed by or before June 15 of the next year. A delay in filing your club’s Final Report delays distribution of DDF for all clubs in the next Rotary Year.
For questions, contact your District Grant Co-Chair email@example.com
Use Global Grants for large projects with international Rotary club partners
Global grants support large international activities with sustainable, measurable outcomes in Rotary’s areas of focus. By working together to respond to real community needs, clubs and districts strengthen their global partnerships.
Read A Guide to Global Grants for detailed information on planning your project, applying for a grant to fund it, carrying it out, and reporting on your progress and outcome.
Global grants can fund:
- Humanitarian projects
- Scholarships for graduate-level academic studies
- Vocational training teams, which are groups of professionals who travel abroad either to teach local professionals about their field or to learn more about it themselves
The minimum budget for a global grant project is $30,000. The Foundation’s World Fund provides a minimum of $15,000 and maximum of $400,000. Clubs and districts contribute District Designated Funds (DDF) and/or cash contributions that the World Fund matches. DDF is matched 100 percent and
cash is matched at 50 percent.
For more information, contact our District Global Grants Subcommittee Chair Andy Dahmen.