Grants Training Quiz #2
A community needs assessment is required because it:
Will verify what you already know about the needs of the community.
Will show you how you can help the community during annual service trips.
Will suggest long term solutions to local concerns.
For your project to be sustainable, The Rotary Foundation prefers that:
Materials be locally sourced.
The project include a funding source once the grant is completed.
Project involves knowledge transfer to local people.
All of the above.
What do you need to start work on a Global Grant?
A relationship with a Rotary Club in the country where the grant will take place.
A solid understanding of Rotary's Areas of Focus and how your project will "fit" with one of them.
A conversation with the Global Grants Coordinator.
All of the above.
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a Global Grant?
It must align with one of Rotary's six Areas of Focus.
It must start with a community assessment and end with an evaluation.
It must "fit" with the RI president's annual theme.
It must be at least $30,000 in size.
Which of the following is NOT required in a Global Grant's Financial Management Plan?
The club must keep a separate bank account for all grant monies.
The club must send a representative to the project site to ensure all monies are properly spent.
The Club must submit reports to The Rotary Foundation until the grant is closed out.
Which of the following would likely make a good Global Grant?
A goal to train parents in an American inner city to recognize and respond to teen alcoholism
An annual medical mission to a developing country to fit children with needed prostheses.
A plan to instill community pride in its citizens by restoring a local landmark.
None of the above
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