District Grant applications for Rotary Year 2022-23 need to be entered into by August 1, 2022.  Applicant Clubs must meet all the qualifications listed below:
District Grants are administered by District 5340, and the terms and conditions of these grants change from year to year. During 2022-23, club money can be matched up to $3,500 with District Designated Funds (DDF). To be eligible for District Grant DDF, the Rotary club requesting the DDF allocation must have contributed either a minimum of $50 per capita to the Annual Fund or a total of $5,000 to the Annual Fund of The Rotary Foundation for the 2021-22 Rotary year. As with Global Grants, clubs may partner and pool their DDF to create larger projects.

Clubs interested in participating in District Grants every year must have two (2) club members attend the District Grants Training Seminar (DGTS). For the 2022-23 funding year, the training was held at District Training Assembly on March 19, 2022.   Two club members must watch the 2022 Power Point and complete the 2022 District Grant Quiz with a passing score in order for a club to be qualified for a District Grant. You must retake the test until you receive a passing score (70%).  Your passing score will be automatically reported to the District Foundation Committee.