FOUNDATION = OUR CHARITY
Rotary Foundation (is ‘Our Charity’) and is about helping Rotarians to do good in the world whether at home or abroad. Rotary Foundation is the charitable trust fund of Rotary International; its mission is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty, or in other words – to ‘Do Good In The World’.
The projects supported by the Rotary Foundation cover one or more of six Areas of Focus:
• Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
• Disease prevention and treatment.
• Maternal and child health
• Basic education and literacy
• Water and Sanitation
• Economic and community development
We can add to this Sustainability as it is important to ensure our activities are lasting long after our direct involvement.
DISTRICT GRANT APPLICATION FORMS
Application Form March 2020 for following year. Click 21_22_Application_form_uploaded_to_District_web_site.doc
Report Form for Interim and Final Repot. Click here. 21_and_after_District_Grant_Report_2.docx
OVERVIEW OF THE GRANT STRUCTURE FOR 2021 22
ROTARY PEACE FELLOWS.
-Information for applicants and for Rotarians about the Rotary Peace Programme.
LINKS AND CONTACTS.
HOW DONATED MONEY IS USED AND THE VARIOUS AVENUES OF GIVING.
Sustaining members form
more Information about how the grant system works. (2 pages below this)
more Previous DRFC Newsletters which have appeared on the Main page and been replaced by more up to date editions
more Links to RIBI and RI Foundation pages, plus District Grant Application Forms and the email link to DRFC webmaster
more The RIBI newsletter and other publications on Foundation matters.
more Global grants are a combination of funds raised by the sponsor clubs and others – a minimum of US$10,000 is required.there are other sources of support using the wider organisation of Rotary International.
(3 pages below this)
more D1040 Foundation Committee - At a Glance
more Information for applicants and for Rotarians about the Rotary Peace Programme (1 page below this)