Contact: Julie Clark
15
Feb
2020
1200 W. Algonquin Road
Roselle Road Entrance
Palatine, IL 60067
United States of America

We are excited to share this year's new system for District Grants and the opportunity to allow on line training through the Learning Center on Rotary International's website.  

This year the Grant Management Training will have a major focus on what we are doing and how we can expand those programs in our own communities and the communities we work in around the world.  

There is an opportunity to again share your project as we did in the Fall Seminar in September and we will have time to gather in small groups and share what is working with our programs and what we may need help with.  

Table Discussion's will include:

District Grants 101 - Learn the basics of applying for a District Grant in 2020-21 with the new one page form and the basic requirements.
Global Grants 101-  Share and learn basics for requirements in starting a Global Grant
Unique District Grants -  Learn and share about unique and creative district projects that have been funded.  Brainstorm some new projects for 2020-21 that will address needs in your community.
District Grant Literacy Projects - Learn and share about ideas on how to expand literacy projects and increase collaboration between clubs.  
District Grant - Food Scarcity/Holiday Meals - Learn and share ideas on how to expand our impact to address food scarcity and increase collaboration between clubs.
Small International District Grants - Learn and share about the impact of small international district grants.  Learn from other clubs experience.
Global Grant - Wash Projects - Learn about the WASH project - what it's about, it's impact and how your club might get involved.
District Global Grant - Healthrays® - Learn about our progress with the HealthRays® project.  What's next? Is there still time to get involved?
Global Grants - Projects Needing Partners - Have a project and need partners?  Learn how to partner with another club or district on a Global Grant.  How do you find partners? What does it mean to partner?

Schedule:

7:30 AM  Registration, Hot Breakfast, and Project Fair  

8:00 - 9:15 AM  Presentation on Foundation Basics in auditorium

9:15 - 9:30 AM Break to visit the Project Fair

9:30 - 10:15 AM District & Global Grant Overview in auditorium

10:15 - 10:45 AM Break (light refreshments)

10:45 - 11:30 AM Round Table Discussions (9 Topics- choose one)

*Project Fair will remain open until 12:00 pm

Click on the link at the left and register today!