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The District Blog

District Grants Are Now Community Grants

As you can see by the headline, the District Grants program is changing.  We are now COMMUNITY Grants. This change is made to avoid ongoing confusion with the District Designated Funds (DDF) that are passed along to the District from The Rotary Foundation (TRF) as one block grant.  This block grant is also a District Grant. Another reason for the change is to remind ourselves that 50% of our donations to TRF Annual Fund comes back to D6900 three years later for use in our communities. What a wonderful way to create hope right in our own back yard! Read more about improvements to the Community Grant program right here!

So what do you need to do to take advantage of this program? Read a little farther ... [more]

Posted by Gillian Leggett
Rotary Club of Stone Mountain
March 28, 2023

Grant with Matching Funds for the Peachtree City Rotary Community Corps

District Governor George Granade presented the Peachtree City Rotary Community Corps with a District Grant for $500 along with matching funds from an anonymous D6900 Rotarian to help the RCC with its annual service project of donating a service dog to someone in need in the local community. The RCC started this program several years ago and increased their impact to be able to donate two dogs last year through additional fund raising. 

Posted by Mandy Timmons
Rotary Club of Peachtree City
March 28, 2023

Pelham hosts GRSP Students for 57th International Weekend

Taking time to slow the pace and learn to say pecan seemed to be the theme for Georgia Rotary Student Program scholars who spent four days learning about rural life in South Georgia during a student weekend at the end of March. The Rotary Clubs of Pelham, Bainbridge, Camilla and Thomasville hosted the 40 GRSP scholars as they stayed with area Rotarians for the Larry Frosteg Pelham International Weekend, which served as 57th annual International Weekend event.

Ana Perez of Colombia attends Georgia Gwinnett College and is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Sugarloaf. “It was interesting to be out of the city and experience a small town,” Perez said. [more]

Posted by Katheryne Fields
Rotary Club of Griffin Daybreak
March 28, 2023
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