In order to be “Qualified” to apply for a District Grant, Clubs must meet the following requirements:
  • At least two Club members must complete the 2023-2024 Grants Training Workshop (Modules 1 and 2) and pass the review quiz with a score of 70% or above by August 1, 2023
  • Club President and President-Elect (or VP) must sign and implement the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
  • Club must establish separate goals for the Annual Fund and PolioPlus Fund and enter both goals in Rotary Club Central at MyRotary.org
  • Club must appoint Foundation, Public Image, and Membership Chairs and enter the names in ClubRunner
  • Club must be current with District and RI dues
  • Club must be current with all Rotary Foundation grant reports
The District Grant Application form and Memorandum of Understanding form can be found below:
The deadline for submitting a district grant application is
August 15, 2023
The total DDF available for District Grants for the 2023-2024 year is approximately $80,000. The maximum match from the district is $3,000. The club contribution must be equal to or greater than the district grant amount awarded.
We will analyze the grant requests taking into consideration the club’s contribution to the Annual Fund over the past three Rotary years. Grant awards are expected to be announced by the end of September 2023.
For more information or answers to questions about submitting a grant application, contact Bobby Chapman:

Phone:    409-351-9106
The deadline for completing your grant and submitting the final report is June 1, 2023.
Final Report forms will be made available through this site and should be filed as soon as your project is completed.  
Reporting forms to be used are available here:
For questions about submitting a grant report, contact Bobby Chapman.
1 June 2023 - 2022-23 Project reports due
1 August 2023 - 2023-24 Grant training must be completed
15 August 2023 - Grant Requests for 2023-24 due 

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