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 Activities may be carried out individually or in combination — for example, one grant may support a vocational training team and a related humanitarian project.


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 These grants offer a minimum World Fund award of $15,000, for a minimum project budget of $30,000. The World Fund award is based on a 100 percent match of DDF allocations or a


50 percent match of cash contributions.


 Global grants must be sponsored by two clubs or districts: a host partner in the country where the activity takes place and an international partner outside the country.


 When planning a project, sponsors should conduct a thorough needs assessment that explores the pressing needs in the project location along with the club and community resources available to address them.


PACKAGED GRANTS


 These grants are developed by the Foundation and its strategic partners — organizations working in the areas of focus that can offer financial support, technical expertise, or advocacy.


 The World Fund and the strategic partner provide 100 percent of the funding, and Rotarians implement the grant project.


 Packaged grant options will be posted online as they become available.


THE FOUNDATION OFFERS THREE TYPES OF GRANTS: 1. DISTRICT GRANTS,


2. GLOBAL GRANTS AND 3. PACKAGED GRANTS


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