March 30, 2020
Important Information from the Club
Special Monies available to assist our community
The following letter just came into my email from the district. Wondering if any one from the club has any desire to pursue the $500 (no matching funds required). I am willing to assist, but need the buy-in and suggestions from the club members.
Please respond with your desires, suggestions and how we could implement as soon as possible. This is a first come, first get for 20 clubs out of 52. Request form with details can be seen by following the read more link.
To help address the needs created by COVID-19 in our district, the District 5930 Leadership Team has earmarked $10,000, which are to be disseminated through individual $500.00 grants to 20 Rotary clubs in our district on a first-come first-served basis. 
To apply for one of these grants, interested clubs are asked to complete the attached Request for Funding form and submit it to District Governor Ellison Crider at and to District Grants Subcommittee Chair Juan Lira at as soon as possible.
Each club awarded one of these grants is required to submit a short report to Juan Lira to document the implementation and impact of the grant no later than 31 May 2020. Additional information regarding the report is provided in the Request for Funding form.
Thank you very much for your consideration of this important initiative. Please let us know if you have any questions.   
Ellison Crider, District Governor
Eddie Bartynesky, District Governor-Elect
Juan Lira, District Grants Subcommittee Chair

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