MEER OVER GLOBAL GRANTS
AREAS OF FOCUS POLICY STATEMENTS
The Rotary Foundation strives to process grants efficiently and ensure the quality of grant-funded projects. In each area of focus policy statement, you’ll find lists of eligible and ineligible activities, including examples of the types of projects that Rotary clubs and districts have successfully implemented. All grant requests must comply with the policy statement related to their intended area of focus. Project planning is the responsibility of the host club or district.
Most areas of focus include projects designed to protect the environment.
A GUIDE TO GLOBAL GRANTS
This is the 2019 edition of A Guide to Global Grants. It’s for all Rotary members who are interested in applying for global grants or developing more successful service projects.
This guide will help you plan a sustainable project, identify measurable outcomes, apply for a global grant, and manage your grant funds. Building sustainable projects that have measurable and lasting outcomes and managing grant funds responsibly are requirements for all Rotary global grants. They are also important practices for all of the community and international service work that your club supports.
Community Assessments lead to success
A community assessment is an essential first step in planning an effective project and is key to ensuring your project’s long-term success. It allows you to explore your community’s strengths, weaknesses, needs, and assets, and design your project in collaboration with those who will benefit from it. A community assessment is also required for global grants.
Check the updated Community Assessment Tools handbook for more information and tips.