by Dr. Mina Venkataraman, ESRAG Director and Projects Division Chair

ESRAG’s Projects Division is offering this introductory webinar to help your club develop a Global Grant project under The Rotary Foundation’s Environment Area of Focus.

Saturday 17 June, 3 pm UTC, 10 am Evanston (PRESS for a time zone near you.)
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ESRAG members from TRF’s Environment Cadre will explain the basic requirements to build a successful project and proposal. The Rotary Foundation’s Environment Guidelines describe ten different action goals under which you can propose a global grant project. These include conservation, agriculture, climate, energy and electricity, resilience, and circular economy, each with many inspiring options. ESRAG’s Projects Division will offer a workshop on each action goal, over the coming months.

You can download the Guidelines through MyRotary under “Area of Focus Resources.”

If you are not yet an ESRAG member, please join us!  Membership only costs US$30 a year for Rotarians, and US$15 for Rotaractors. You can also get a five-year membership, save a little, and help a lot! Your membership supports ESRAG’s vital work in providing education and free technical assistance to help the Rotary family take effective environmental action