Applications open for Future Vision Plan pilot
Janayna Gabriel Coelho attends a training seminar in Sete Lagoas for the CLE method, a literacy technique introduced to Brazil schools with the help of a Rotary Foundation grant. Rotary Images/Alyce Henson
District governors may now apply to be a Future Vision Plan pilot district. Applications must be received by The Rotary Foundation no later than 15 May at 17:00 Central Time. The application can be found on Member Access.
The pilot is a three-year test of the Future Vision Plan’s new grant structure, which simplifies the process into two types of grants: Rotary Foundation District Grants and Rotary Foundation Global Grants. The pilot begins 1 July 2010.
Districts interested in applying must obtain approval from two-thirds of their member clubs. From the applicants, The Foundation Trustees will select up to 100 districts. Read more about district selection and qualifications.
Throughout its more than 90-year history, the Foundation has made only slight modifications to its programs. The Future Vision Plan -- and those districts that participate in the pilot -- will assist the Foundation in creating a more effective and efficient way to help Rotarians develop diverse projects with greater impact and sustainable outcomes.
Additional questions may be sent to the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit a Future Vision Plan pilot district application