New online tool simplifies district qualification for grants
Rotary has launched a new online tool for district leaders to simplify
district qualification, the first step toward participating in Future
Vision, Rotary's new grant model, in July 2013. District leaders
are encouraged to qualify their district before the International
Assembly in January.
District governors-elect, district governors-nominee, and district
Rotary Foundation committee chairs-elect must complete the qualification
process before they can apply for district, global, or packaged grants
in 2013-14. These district officers should log in to member access
> , select
"Rotary Foundation Grants (2013-14)" and then select
"District Qualification" to start the qualification process.
This simple online process will take you step-by-step through the
district memorandum of understanding (MOU), giving you a summary and
knowledge check for each section. You'll gain an understanding of
the MOU requirements, how to implement them, and how best to manage
Rotary Foundation grants under the new model.
Once qualified, districts are then responsible for qualifying their
clubs to enable them to apply for Foundation global and packaged grants.
Learn more about Rotary's new grant model
Source : Rotary International
Courtesy : www.eflashonline.org
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