Transforming and Changing People’s Lives Grants Walter Hughes, Jr. March 2, 2013 Doing Good in the World is not… • Paperwork, Red Tape • Online Forms • A Temporary Satisfaction • Just Snapping Photographs • Making us Feel Good Must Remember Why… Hometown Hands On Rotarians Countries with Grants in 2012-2013 Caribbean & Americas Africa and Middle East Asia and Europe Haiti South Sudan (2) Bangladesh Trinidad South Africa (3) Czech Republic Columbia (2) Ghana Mexico Lebanon Tobago Jordan (‘13-’14) Time to Lead is Now • You are the People Who Can Make it Happen • Inspire People • Give to the Annual Fund • Already Partnering with Other Districts and Clubs • Mentoring and Encouraging 2013 District 7570 DTTS People will Follow Our Lead • • • • • Got a Call from Wyoming School Kids Raised $200 for S. Sudan Challenged Wyoming Rotary Club $200+$200=$400 Solution is to Call Us D7570 Leading the World • • • • • • • One of Best in the entire World of Rotary We Can Get it Done! Recognized for Leadership You are Leading Best Clubs We are Trusted, Respected and Known We Have Best Talent and Results Right Here, Right Now in VA & TN D7570 Annual Fund Giving Giving Six-Year Average $433,508 to Annual Fund $113.18 per capita in giving versus $111 for US $460,000 $450,000 $440,000 $430,000 $420,000 $410,000 $400,000 $390,000 $380,000 '06-'07 '07-'08 '08-'09 '09-'10 2013 District 7570 DTTS '10-'11 '11-'12 Encourage & Lift Up Our Clubs • • • • • • Strengthen, Encourage, and Lift Up Don’t Keep Our Success a Secret Paperwork Has Changed Grants Team will Help You Achieve Goal Grants Applications are Online Still Keep Copy in Word and Excel, too. Secret of Our Success is: We Are Changing Lives Old Way is Done of Doing Matching Grants 2013 District 7570 DTTS Area Clubs Team on Grants • We Had Three Area Global Grants for South Africa, Bangladesh & South Sudan • Adding an area “Collaborative Grant” for District Grants in 2013-2014 – Team of Four (4) Clubs – Award of $7,500 for “Area” Project – Local Project Preferred 2013 District 7570 DTTS District Grants Next Year • • • • Application is Online at rotary7570.org Rough Draft by President Elect Training Deadline is April 15th Want Every Area Represented with Grants this Year • Match 50% Cost or Maximum of $3,000 • Short and Easy Application Form 2013 District 7570 DTTS Online District Grants www.rotary7570.org/district/grants 2013 District 7570 DTTS District Grants are Flexible! • Will fund local, international, educational, disaster relief and travel • Align with Rotary Foundation mission • Smaller budgets & local decisions • Local decision making, less red tape • No Match from Rotary Foundation Great Resources Mike Mefford - International Global Grants Dick Ray - District Grants Grant Members At Large: Kathy Kantor, Dr. Ken Tuck, Thomas Rhea, Kenny Lovelace Janet Johnson – Foundation Chair Fred Meyers - District Foundation Grants Treasurer Great Resources are Foundation Advocates and Future Vision Advocates Walter Hughes - District Grants Committee Chair Five Concepts of Rotary Grants • • • • • Compassion Passion Story Friendships Team 2013 District 7570 DTTS Compassion & Passion • Must Learn about People and their Country • We do Grants Because we Have Compassion for the Men, Women & Children • Love Our Hometowns, too • Turns into A Passion 2013 District 7570 DTTS All Starts with A Story Marie Murphy told a story that a village called Sitanagar, Bangladesh needed long-term help with: • Tube Wells & Latrines • Better Education • Better Health & Hope 2013 District 7570 DTTS Build Friendships Strengthen the Team Start Thinking Big! • • • • Changing for the Good Impossible is Possible We are Able to Make A Difference We Can Do It if we Keep the Story in our Hearts and Minds. • Remember the “Old Woman” who is Thirsty 2013 District 7570 DTTS You Are the Leaders! • Red Tape and Snafus Will Remain • Don’t focus on the Paperwork • Focus on the People who can: –Live in Peace and Not in Fear –Have a Future instead of Just a Past –Have Hope instead of Hate 2013 District 7570 DTTS Dreams We can’t Accomplish Everything that we Dream, but we can’t Accomplish anything at all unless we do Dream. 2013 District 7570 DTTS People Want to be Involved President Atia at Water Meeting Civil Unrest versus Peace Six Grant Areas of Focus Water and Sanitation Disease Maternal & Prevention Child Health & Treatment Six Grant Areas of Focus Economic & Goodwill Basic Education Community and Peace and Literacy Development Global Grants are New! • Bigger Budgets Minimum match is $15,000 Minimum project Budget $30,000 • Align with one of the six areas of focus • Longer-term Impact of grant • Grant managed by Rotary Foundation Certification of Clubs • Attend Grants Management Seminar • Must Sign Memo of Understanding • Recommend District Training Assembly on April 20, 2013 • Not Needed for District Grants • Required for Global Grants Certification & Training • 102 Rotarians attended three (3) Grant Management Seminars held this fall • Make-up Training on April 20th • 66 Clubs (out of 84) or 79% Attended • 32 Clubs Sent in MOU or 38% of Clubs • 4 Clubs Have Experience with Global Grants • Please Continue to Ask for MOU Global Grants at Member Access at www.rotary.org Global Grants at Member Access at www.rotary.org Rotary Foundation Growing • • • • $813.7 Million in Total Assets $110.1 Million Given to Annual Fund $77.9 Million for all Grants $102.8 Million for PolioPlus Program • $185.7 Million in Program Awards District Designated Funds 2013-2014 Annual Fund Gifts in 2010-2011 $446,480 50% SHARE District Designated Funds $223,240 50% TRF World Fund $223,240 District Designated Funds 2013-2014 Annual Fund Gifts in 2010-2011 $446,480 50% SHARE District Designated Funds $223,240 25% 20% 5% 50% (min.) $56,472 $44,648 $13,000 $111,620 District Polio GSE Global Grants Plus Team Grants 50% TRF World Fund $223,240 Matches 100% of District $ 50% of Club $ Match from TRF We Know Story… Ensuring Achievable, Sustainable, and Measurable Results Partnerships are Key 7X Average Multiplier of Our DDF & Club Funds • 14X DDF Grew in Beirut by Partnering with St. Jude Cancer Center in Memphis, Tennessee • 14X DDF Grew in South Sudan by Partnering with 15 Rotary Clubs in TN, VA, AZ, NH and South Africa (60X with $300,000) You can Change Lives! You are the Ones Who Have the Ideas and the Dreams and Who Can Inspire.