This page contains application and report forms for the Rotary Foundation and D6400 grants.  Details on eligibility, deadlines and funding can be found in the application forms.  In order to be eligible for a grant your club must be qualified and that means that at least two of your club members attended a grant management seminar.  In order to receive support from the District Designated Funds (DDF) your club must have contributed at least USD $100 per capita to the Annual Fund of the Rotary Foundation.  Please note that the Rotary Foundation District Community Grants are funded by DDF and the District match for Global Grants is also funded by DDF.

 The Rotary Foundation District Community Grants:

The Rotary Foundation funds district community grants that pay for scholarships, travel, and projects that all align with our mission to help Rotarians contribute to world understanding, goodwill, and peace by improving people’s health, supporting education, and alleviating poverty. For a listing of the 2019 successful District Community Grant applications use the link below.

2019  Funded Community Grants 

Use the appropriate link below to get the application form for The Rotary Foundation District Community Grants for either a single club application or a collaborative application (2 – 4 clubs).  The application deadline is May 30 for projects planned in the next Rotary year.

District Community Grant App – Single Club download here

District Community Grant App – Collaborative download here

When the grant is complete use the link to get the form to create the final report.  Also, please send 2 – 3 pictures of the project, especially of Rotarians at work, with your final report.  The report and photos must be sent to by May 30 of the Rotary year in which the project was completed.

District Community Grant Final Report Form download here

The Rotary Foundation Global Grant

The Rotary Foundation Global Grants

Global grant applications can be made at any time and must be completed through the MyRotary portal.  If your club is giving consideration to a global grant application, please contact our global grants chair AG Russ Jones by email <>. The Rotary International Guide to Global Grants is a valuable resource and can be obtained using he link below.

Guide to Global Grants

The D6400 Foundation World Community Service District Matching Grant

The World Community Service District Matching Grant is to provide Rotary clubs in District 6400 with funding for World Community Service Projects, i.e., projects outside Canada and the United States. Funds available for this grant program are raised exclusively from the annual District Governors Golf Outing. The Trustees of the Rotary District 6400 Foundation (The Governor, two previous Governors, the Governor-Elect and the Governor-Nominee)  will review all applications and funds will be awarded according to the merit of the project, availability of funds, adherence to grant requirements and other considerations as determined by the Trustees.  The application deadlines are April 1 and October 1, although urgent proposals with exceptional need will be considered at any time. All applications are to be submitted to the District Governor.  Use the link below for the application form.

               World Community Service District Matching Grant Application

Send a free-form final report to the District Governor within 30 days of the completed project.  The report is to include receipts, a statement of revenue and expenses, a description of what was accomplished, photos, and other relevant details.  Please also bring home an item or two to be sold at the next District Governor Golf Outing to help raise funds for this grant.