Dacdb holds the answers
Rotary encourages members to see how their donations to the Foundation Annual Fund Share Program were used for District Community Grants. All club grant reports are in Dacdb. Every member can review applications, pictures of projects, contact names, and partners.
Need help writing the grant?
How do you write a good grant application? The exact words and how much to put in an application is located in Dacdb. This is a new offering and is helpful support for clubs. Find clubs staging a multiple year project. Find smaller grants doing an international grant.
Build your knowledge on how to do a grant
Dacdb is your resource for finding grant partners. If your club needs a plan to take advantage of the District’s Community Grant Program, look at the club information in the District Grants module. These partnerships help you learn by participating in another club’s project the first time. The second year your club can do a grant by themselves. Partnering has expanded in recent years.
Where is the Grant Module in Dacdb?
Once Dacdb is opened, go to the top selection of modules to “District”. Click here to see the “Grants” button. Be sure to change the org. year on the right to 21-22. On the left, click “Admin”. Click “District Grant View”. All clubs with district community grants are listed. Click on a grant and find grant details (slow to open). Once in, scroll down and see attachments. One of these attachments is the grant application. Open it to see the exact approved application. These applications give you an idea how a grant was written and approved by the district.
Top tab -> District -> Grants -> Admin -> District Grant View