Grant assessment criteria

All applications for a Rotary Club of Mount Barker community grants will be assessed on the following

  • Adherence to the Rotary core values, as underlined in the 4 way test
  • Benefits to the community
  • Demonstrated community support for a project &/ or activities planned
  • Measurability of outcomes

 

How are Rotary Club of Mount Barker Community Grants assessed?

The Rotary Club of Mount Barker Community Grant assessment panel, consisting of 4 members appointed by the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Mount Barker, undertakes the role of assessing all applications, based on the before mentioned assessment criteria.

The Rotary Club of Mount Barker Community Grant assessment panel will recommend those projects &/or activities that most meet the values and  expectations, underlined in the assessment criteria, and present these to the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Mount Barker for final approval.

If your application is successful, you will be notified in writing by the club, and it is expected that you will attend a Rotary Club of Mount Barker meeting to outline your project before the project/ activity, AND after said project/ activity to deliver an outcome report.  Failure to do so will be taken into consideration for future applications/ requests for grants.

If you are not successful, the club will be in contact to advise why you were not successful, and advise how you may wish to apply again in the future, to gain a better chance of approval.

All grants MUST be spent in the manner in which they were granted, within 12 months.  Any unspent monies must be advised to & returned to the Rotary Club of Mt Barker.