The humanitarian grants program funds club and district service projects such as:
(1) blane community immunization grants to help clubs and districts in the u.s.a. address disease immunizations in their local communities;
(2) district simplified grants to help Rotary districts support short-term, humanitarian projects that benefit local communities;
(3) helping grants to facilitate international service projects in areas where Rotary is not present or where the local Rotary club because of either inaccessibility or distance from a project site, cannot provide significant Rotarian involvement and/or oversight;
(4) individual grants help subsidize the travel of individual Rotarians, spouses of Rotarians, rotaractors, and qualified Foundation alumnI who are planning or implementing international humanitarian service projects in Rotary countries for periods up to 60 days. This program replaced discovery grants and grants for Rotary volunteers. Funds are for travel and related expenses necessary in the developmental stages of an international service project (no more than $6000.00 per group);
(5) matching grants to support international service projects involving Rotary clubs or districts in two or more countries; and
(6) 3-h (health, hunger and humanity) grants to fund long-term, self-help and grassroots development projects which are too large for one club or district to implement on their own.
You can be a part of accessing these grants for worthy projects!