he Rotary Foundation Future Vision Pilot is a three-year test of the new grant structure offered in the Foundation's Future Vision Plan. All clubs will be able to apply for grants under the new model in 2013. Starting in 2010, 100 districts began participating in the pilot.
Not in the pilot? Interested in applying for 2013-14 grants?
See the new Foundation grants pages.
Pilot districts will work with Rotary Foundation District Grants and Rotary Foundation Global Grants for three years of the pilot. Download the terms and conditions (pilot version) for these grants. For more information, view the " Choosing a grant " interactive training module.
Rotary Foundation District Grants
District grants are block grants made to districts for up to 50 percent of their District Designated Fund (DDF). District grants offer the flexibility to respond quickly to immediate needs or to plan projects with clubs locally or in other countries.
Rotary Foundation Global Grants
Global grants support large international projects with sustainable, high-impact outcomes in the six areas of focus that correspond to the Foundation's mission.
Areas of focus
Peace and conflict prevention/resolution 2.
Disease prevention and treatment 3.
Water and sanitation 4.
Maternal and child health 5.
Basic education and literacy 6.
Economic and community development
Read more about the areas of focus.
Visit the " Future Vision Overview " interactive training module for more information.