Grant Funding - Making a difference to people's lives

Global Grants need a network of Clubs around the world who are willing to work together. If you are one of these Clubs please visit our Foundation Grants page. There is a comments box, please leave your email address so that we can contact you

Grant Network - Is your Club willing to get involved

Our Club would like to engage with other Rotary Clubs around the world to deliver Global Grants that will Change Lives

Global Grants require global networking in order to bring the money together to make things happen.

Is your Club one that wants to work with others to make a real difference? We are seeking around 6 - 8 Clubs who would like to work together, some will be happy to lead the grant and others will want to "just" give money.

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What we achieve working with Grants & other Clubs

Shelter Box - Grant Applied for 2015/16

Sabokwe School in KwaZulu, SAF - Sanitation Project

Supply of Literacy Boxes - Manaca School, Zambia

Whizz-Kidz - Mobility devices to non-mobile youngsters



Why we do Grants  

The grant model that is available for us to use in Global Grants enables £3.50 to be generated for every £1 put in. This is the simple principle of how the grant works financially but there must be significant Rotarian involvement, clear clarification of the local community need as well as measurable outcomes and sustainability. Only then will the grant be approved


The 6 Areas of Focus for Global Grants

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