Our Grants Management Seminars to qualify for 2021-2022 grants (both District and Global) have been held multiple times beginning in August of 2020 and ending March 13, 202l.
Please register for the FINAL offering under EVENTS...see you there!
  • Saturday, March 13th at 12:30pm immediately following the quarterly International Service/Foundation meeting (if the border is still closed, it will be held virtually)
Find out more about grants at: https://www.rotary.org/en/our-programs/grants
QUALIFICATION HAS CHANGED since last year (2019-2020)
For District Grants in Rotary year 2021-2022, two of the following must attend a Seminar listed above:  sitting President, President-Elect (if not the sitting President), Treasurer (Club or Project), Community Service Chair, Foundation Chair, International Service Chair.
For Global Grants in Rotary year 2021-2022, the sitting President and two of the following must attend a Seminar listed above:  President-Elect (if not the sitting President), Treasurer (Club or Project), Foundation Chair, International Service Chair or Project Lead.
Full detail are available in the 2021-2022 District 7040 Addendum to the left as a downloadable file.
Here are the details:
If you have never attended an IN-PERSON Grants Management Qualification in your current club position or not attended an in-person training within the last 2 years, you will need to attend an in-person training following a quarterly Foundation/International Service meeting on the remaining date:
  • Saturday, March 13th at 1pm
These are presented in English. The French in-person training was held on Saturday, November 7th at 10am (powerpoint to the left under Downloadable Files which you can read during the Englishs presentation on the 13th of March - but, you must be present on that date, if you haven't attended during this Rotary year.
If you have any questions, please contact either District Rotary Foundation Chair, PDGBonnie or District Grants Chair, PDGBette.
For ALL Primary Contact persons & Project Leads on current or proposed Global Grants, there is a new requirement for qualification.  The online session in the Learning Center on the Foundation C A D R E. 
Rotary members must be actively involved in all grants, and all projects must comply with the Terms and Conditions for Rotary Foundation District Grants and Global Grants (the MOU your current President and President-Elect sign at the qualification seminar).
  • Have a long-term, sustainable impact including activities that clearly fit into one of Rotary’s Areas of Focus; for Global Grants, an investment of at least $30,000 within a community is required.
  • Address an important need identified by the community itself by the Host Rotary Club (not a D7040 club) which is called the Community Assessment Tool.
  • Strengthen the community’s capacity to meet its own needs for years.
  • Apply for a Global grant through Rotary.org after District Grants Chair, PDGBette Miller, gives you the go-ahead
  • Actively involve the benefiting community in the project
  • Partner with a club in another country (your club is the International Partner)
  • Qualify your club for global grants every year (attend any of the above seminar dates) while the project is taking shape until the Final Report is approved by TRF.
  • Develop a project plan that includes a budget and a financial management plan
  • Measure progress toward the outcome as evidenced in your annual reports compared to the Community Assessment Tool submitted with your application
  • Stay up-to-date in reporting for all active grants (annual reports and Final Report within 60 days of conclusion)
  • Assure your Club's Foundation goals for every year are entered into Rotary Club Central.
Global grants support international activities within Rotary’s 7 areas of focus:
  • Humanitarian projects provide sustainable, measurable outcomes that address real community needs.
  • Vocational training builds skills within a community through targeted educational programs or by supporting teams of professionals who travel abroad to build their own capacity or the capacity of the community they visit. 
  • Scholarships fund international graduate-level study by people seeking a career within an area of focus. Contact District Rotary Scholarship Chair, PDGKatie Burke, for more information.  Applications are due no later than 15 April 2021.  Please select the Scholarship tab under Resources above on the right-hand side.  Every applicant must have a ROtary Club Endorsement after an in-peron interview.
  • Our District highly encourages key club members and the Project Lead to take the Learning Center webinar on rotary.org: Grant Management Seminar.
POINTS TO REMEMBER: If you’re thinking about applying for a global grant and your club is qualified to do so, be sure that your project meets the criteria for global grants. Global grant activities must be supported by the benefiting community and led by Rotary members of both clubs (Host and International), and they must have measurable results creating an impact that will continue after the grant funds have been spent, all based on the original Community Assessment Tool.