2013 - 2014 District Grants

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Welcome to D7090 District Grants Page for the Rotary year 2013-2014

District Grants are similar in many ways to the previous District Simplified Grant option so well and favourable utilized within District 7090 clubs. Each Rotary year, districts may apply for one district grant, which can be used to support one or more projects, based on the District’s interests and needs.

Under the new process, Clubs must submit their funding requests to the district, which administers and distributes the funds. Based on the requests received from the qualified clubs, the district develops a District Grant Spending Plan. This plan is subject to an online application process which requires specific information about the spending plan, including District/Club, Activity type, Activity description, Activity location, and planned amount. After due review by the District Grant Sub-Committee the application must be authorized by the respective District Governor, District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair, and District Grants Subcommittee Chair via the electronic approval process. Once submitted, the District Grant Spending Plan is in the queue for review by The Rotary Foundation trustees for potential approval.

Here in District 7090, we received some 18 applications from our qualified clubs for project inclusion in the 2013-2014 District Grant Spending Plan. All of these projects have been reviewed in depth by the District Grants Subcommittee and have received support for inclusion in our proposed spending plan. As well, the plan includes a District Scholarship and a District Vocational Training Team activity. It is our intention to submit our District Grant Spending Plan to The Rotary Foundation by mid April for consideration by the Rotary Foundation Trustees.

Please note that the 2013-2014 District Grant Spending Plan received full approval from The Rotary Foundation Trustees and is filed on this page for your review.