International Matching Grants
Clubs wanting to participate in short-term international projects may apply for matching funds from the District 6060 Foundation Committee. Deadline for applications is October 1, 2020.
Matching funds of up to $2000 per project are available. District funds may be able to match only five projects due to limited funds. Apply soon. Applications will be considered in the order they are received.
Sponsor club: The local District 6060 Rotary club is the sponsor club. The sponsoring club must meet Grant Eligibility requirements. The Club President and the grant writer must have completed Grant Training and signed the Grants Management Memorandum of Understanding.
Host club: The host club is the international Rotary club where the project will take place. The host club will assist in oversight and stewardship in accomplishing the project. The host club must be in good standing with Rotary International.
Memorandum of Understanding: Both the Sponsor Club and Host Club sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) stating their respective roles and responsibilities in completing the project. The signed MOU is submitted with the application.
The matching funds only match your club funds; we do not match donations from other organizations.
The project must be short-term in nature; the completed report is due within 60 days of project completion and no later than 12 months from the date of disbursement of funds.
The project must meet all requirements of The Rotary Foundation. See Terms and Conditions for Rotary Foundation District Grant International Projects (D6060).
Applications will be reviewed by the District 6060 Foundation Committee. Final approval will be granted by The Rotary Foundation.
Terms and Conditions for International Projects
International Project Grant Application
International Project Grant Report
International Grant Project Archives:
|2010 – 2011||2006 – 2007||2002 – 2003|
|2009 – 2010||2005 – 2006||Grants Prior to 2002|
|2008 – 2009||2004 – 2005||Rwanda Project|
|2007 – 2008||2003 – 2004|