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Downloadable forms for various uses, including our local District Grant application forms.

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document 1060 District Grant Application Form v2.0 Popular

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D1060 Foundation District Grant Application FillableForm - v2.0.docx

Please use this form to submit a full application for a District Grant. In this case, the form is in Microsoft Word format, with editing restricted to the form's entry fields to preserve the overall layout and make the content easier to fill-in. Once completed, it can be emailed to District Foundation Grants Officer Brian Phillips via the address on the form.

Depending on the availability of funds, multiple applications can be accepted from the same Club through the year. It is always best to apply as early in the Rotary year as possible though.

In the interests of fair use of the available resources, a maximum of £600 is now in effect for funding per project per Club within a Rotary year. Note that multiple Clubs can collaborate on projects and pool their allocations to enable larger projects to be carried out.

document 1060 District Grant Proposal Form v2.0 Popular

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TRF1060DG_Proposal_Form_v2.0.docx

Please use this form to register a proposal for a District Grant. Once completed, it can be emailed to District Foundation Grants Officer Brian Phillips via the address on the form. If accepted, a full application will need to be completed. Note that this two step process is only necessary for the first cycle of District Grant funding each year as it enables us to apply for the full 'block' grant based on the proposals that have been received.

Depending on the availability of funds, multiple applications can be accepted from the same Club through the year. It is always best to apply as early in the Rotary year as possible though.

In the interests of fair use of the available resources, a maximum of £600 is now in effect for funding per project per Club within a Rotary year. Note that multiple Clubs can collaborate on projects and pool their allocations to enable larger projects to be carried out.

pdf RFUK Gift Aid Declaration Oct2016 Popular

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RFUK-GIFT-AID-DECLARATION_Oct16.pdf

In order to claim Gift Aid from the Inland Revenue on our behalf, the Rotary Foundation (UK) team need a signed declaration on file for each individual making a donation. This is the current form that can be used for that purpose. Simply a completed copy to RF(UK) and your donations to the Rotary Foundation can be boosted by 25%.

pdf Sustaining Members V3 Popular

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SUSTAINING_MEMBERS_V3.pdf

A Sustaining Member is a regular donor to the Rotary Foundation who gives at least $100 within a Rotary year. This equates to about £5.50 per month. This document is a leaflet that provides information about Sustaining Members, as well as the necessary details to allow a Standing Order to be setup.

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