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Through Matching Grants, The Rotary Foundation matches contributions raised for international service projects by Rotary clubs and districts in two or more countries. The Foundation provides a one-to-one match for District Designated Fund (DDF)/SHARE contributions and a US$0.50 match for every new $1 cash contribution. Grant awards range from $5,000 to $200,000.
How to apply
Applications are accepted from 1 July to 31 March and approved from 1 August to 15 May.
Download the Matching Grants application. ( PDF ) ( Word )
Find information on the application process in The Guide to Matching Grants (PDF).
Exchange rates, terms and conditions, and eligibility
All Rotary Foundation grants require the highest attention to stewardship. Progress reports must be submitted at least every 12 months for the life of the project. A final report is due within two months of the full expenditure of funds.
Download the Matching Grant report form. ( PDF ) ( Word )
Community needs assessment resources
Low-cost shelters resources
Download guidelines for the constructions of low-cost shelters for Matching Grants
Download low-cost shelter planning application appendix