District grants are available for community service projects as well as for small international projects less than $30,000. Global Grants are available for large projects in excess of $30,000.  The amount available changes from year to year depending on the funds that are returned from The Rotary Foundation.


Area 3 Rotary Club members packed food for needy children as part of a Community Service project grant


Steve Solbrack accepted an award in Honduras for the $800,000 Global Grant including 33 District 5950 clubs who partnered with host club San Rosa de Copan and collaborating partner World Vision in a project that served 17 Honduran communities.
This year's grant application forms as well as samples from prior year's grants are listed under Downloads on the left. To be eligible to apply for either a District OR Global Grant, each club must send at least one member to a Grant Management Seminar every Rotary year, complete the online Annual Fund goals, submit a Club Memo of Understanding signed by the Club's President and President-Elect, and the Club must be current on all grant reporting. Seminars are scheduled during March and April each year.  Make sure your club is qualified.
You will find resources used in the seminars here! Materials on the left-hand side of this page are available to download.