Foundation grant applications available online
Applications for 2013-14 district, global, and packaged grants are now available online.
Rotarians seeking grants from The Rotary Foundation can now apply for and manage them online as part of the launch of the new Rotary grants model, formerly known as Future Vision.
Under the new grant model, districts must be qualified through the online system in order to apply for grants. Clubs may submit global and packaged grants applications only after they are qualified by their district. In addition, all reporting for existing Foundation grants, such as Matching Grants, must be current before you can apply for a new grant. Online training about the new grants model is available via the new site.
The new section of Rotary.org makes it easier and faster to apply for Foundation grants, receive funding, and report on grant-funded activities. The site streamlines information into one location, where Rotarians can learn about grant requirements, qualify, and get training and reference materials by topic and role.
Rotarians are required to sign in to the Rotary Grants site to access all the content and to find the information that’s relevant to them. Rotarians with a Member Access account can sign in with their Member Access ID. Creating a new account is open to any Rotarian.
The grants site offers a preview of the digital experience to come with the redesigned Rotary.org, launching this summer. The site will make it easier for Rotarians to find information, conduct Rotary business, connect with fellow Rotarians, and promote club and district events.
Visit the grants site now at www.rotary.org/grants. If you have questions about the new grant model or the site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.