District Grants


District grant applications are due no later than September 1st.  The Grants Final project report is needed for reimbursement no later than May 1st.  A “memorandum of understanding” is needed with a District Grant application form.
The club must disclose any potential conflicts of interest and must comply with the Conflict-of-Interest Policy for Grant Participants as outlined in section 30.040 of the Rotary Foundation Code of Policies, and the Terms and Conditions for Rotary Foundation District Grants.  Both documents can be found on this District Grants page under the RI Policies tab. 
Paragraph 12.E of the Terms and Conditions for Rotary Foundation District Grants states in part:
“Some people are not eligible for grants or to benefit from any (emphasis added) Foundation grants.  They include:
  1. Current Rotarians
  1. Employees of clubs, districts, other Rotary entities, or Rotary International
  1. The spouses; children or grandchildren by blood, legal adoption, or marriage without adoption; the spouses of these children or grandchildren, or parents or grandparents by blood of people listed above; and employees of agencies, organizations, or institutions that partner with Rotary International or the Foundation.
  1. Former Rotarians and people with the familial relationships to former Rotarians described above, for three years.”