District 1010 Grants - 2022

Information on sort of grants awarded in the last year

Recent Grants

If you are wondering what sort of grants our District awarded last year, here they are:-

  1. Aberdeen St. Fittick – Bees Abroad, Sierra Leone £1,500
  2. Aberfeldy and District – Pumped Water, Zambia £2,000
  3. The Angus Glens – High School Barista Training in local high school £800
  4. Dunfermline – Primary School Trees, Kenya £1,100
  5. Forth Bridges – Empowering Girls and Hygiene kits, Nepal £4,000

About District grants

  • District Grants are usually fairly low value grants with a short timescale.
  • They can be local or international.
  • They are to start within 1 year of the grant being awarded and be complete within 2 years.
  • Once established they should be self-sustaining.
  • The project must not be started until the grant has been approved.
  • It needs to have the involvement of Rotarians.
  • They need to involve at least one of Foundation’s Area of Focus.

The applications for district grants must be made by the end of May each year.

Someone from the applicant club needs to attend Grant Management Training. Dates to be advised.

For full information on applying for District Grants see the link on the right

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