DDF - District Grants
District Grants using DDF
  • Local or international community projects
  • Relate to the mission of TRF
  • Include active participation of Rotarians
  • Project expenses may not be incurred prior to approval
  • Award Criteria will include club’s past contributions to TRF
  • Should be innovative, flexible, and simple so they can be completed within the Rotary fiscal year.
  • Receipts required for all expenditures
  • District Grant applications must be submitted on District 5930 ClubRunner
Matching Funds
  • 1:1 Match between District and Club Contributions
  • Minimum Project Amount - $2,000
  • Minimum Club Match - $1,000
  • Maximum District match -  $4,000 / club 
Timeline for 2020-2021 (Eddie Bartnesky, DG)
June 30, 2020   Last day to submit Applications
July  2020    Committee reviews applications, submits Spending Plan to TRF for approval
August 2020   Grant approval notification; funds disbursed when Block Grant is received.
May 31, 2021    Final Report with Receipts Due or 30 days after project complete
 
Timeline for 2021-2022 (Amando Chapa, DG)
June 30, 2021   Last day to submit Applications
July  2021    Committee reviews applications, submits Spending Plan to TRF for approval
August 2021   Grant approval notification; funds disbursed when Block Grant is received.
May 31, 2022    Final Report with Receipts Due or 30 days after project complete
 
Club Qualification process is simple:
  • Signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), MOU Addendum, Financial Management Plan, Reporting of Allegations of Misuse or Mismanagement of Grant Funds
  • 2 members attend a Grant Management Training (one needs to be the President for year of grant awarding and implementing)
  • Not Delinquent with Reporting, Payment of Dues (RI or District) or Tax Returns
Terms of Qualification
  • Valid for one Rotary year
  • Involve the active, personal participation of Rotarians
  • Disclose potential conflicts of interest
  • Proper use of grant funds
  • Timely grant reporting