Story Updated: 02-17-2014
14 District Managed Grants (DMGs) totaling $45.051.55 have been awarded to (16) D7980 Rotary Clubs since July 1, 2013.
All of theses funded applications can be reviewed below.
We still have about $15,000 in funding remaining for additional DMGs which must be used before June 30th. A number of our Rotary Clubs have applications pending and several others have indicated that they will submit project applications BUT KEEP IN MIND – this funding is first come, first serve.
The two largest Single Club DMG’s of $5,000 each were received by Orange Rotary and Stratford Rotary while the largest Multi Club DMG for $7,500 was received by the partnership of Westport Sunrise, Westport and Bridgeport.
Is your Club interested in submitting an application for a District Managed Grant? Then have a look at the 14 successful applications for this year below:
- Branford Rotary – Playground in Stony Creek <new since last post>
- Colchester Rotary – Bed nets in Mozambique <new since last post>
- Fairfield Rotary – Playground at Escole Mixte Arthur Altiodor in Dessalines Haiti
- Naugatuck Rotary – Winter Jackets for Operation Warm
- Old Saybrook Rotary – Equipment for Ghana Hospital
- Orange Rotary – Winter Jackets for select schools in New Haven and Bridgeport
- Madison Rotary – Bookbins <new since last post>
- Mystic Rotary – Alternatives to Violence Liberia <new since last post>
- New London Rotary – Sawyer Water Filters and toilets <new since last post>
- Ridgefield Rotary – Computers for Senior Transportation
- Ridgefield Rotary – Biogas waste facility in Ghana <new since last post>
- Stratford Rotary – Equipment for Mobile Dental Unit
- Trumbull Rotary – Water tank at Zambian Primary School
- Westport Sunrise Rotary, Bridgeport Rotary & Westport Rotary – Technology project for Mercy Learning Center
Basic District Managed Grants Guidelines:
- Be in direct support of a humanitarian project that is new for the Club. A “new” project is a project that is new to the club or one that involves a specific new addition to an existing project that improves the project’s effectiveness.
- Align with one of Rotary’s six Areas of Focus:
- Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
- Disease prevention and treatment
- Water and sanitation
- Maternal and child health
- Basic education and literacy
- Economic and community development
- Be short term a project with all application approvals and funds disbursed to the clubs during the Rotary year, by 6/30; completed by 9/15
- Involve Club Rotarians in hands-on activities that support the humanitarian project
- No project can be implemented or funds spent until all District approval signatures have been obtained
Contact PDG Rick Benson,District Foundation Chair 2013-16 for more information.
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