District International Service Committee Overview

Do you have a special interest or skill that could help Rotarians and Clubs in planning, designing, and implementing a Global or a District grant?

District International Service Committee Application to Join

To use this fillable .pdf form:

  1. Download and save the file to your desktop
  2. Enter information and save it to the form.
  3. Email the completed form as an attachment to with a copy to Walt Schafer, District Grants Committee Chair (2018-2021) at

2019 Project Fair Attendance Grant Reports

Costa Rica Project Fair Report, Lamorinda Rotary and Redding West Rotary

Columbia Project Fair Report

Columbia Project Fair Narrative Report – Hercules Rotary

Columbia Project Fair Presentations to International Rotarians


District 5160 Foundation Day 2019 Closing Plenary Session Presentations

Schedule and Contact Information 

Part 1. How to Find and Utilize Resources to Develop Projects

Part 2. Project Fair Attendance

Part 3.  Project Exchange

            Zambia and Mexico

            Tanzania and Honduras


Rotarian Action Groups

A Rotarian Action Group shall be an association of Rotarians, family members of Rotarians, program participants and alumni who have as their purpose the advancement of the Object of Rotary by providing assistance and support to Rotary clubs, districts, and multi-districts in planning and implementing large-scale, community development and humanitarian service projects.


The Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisers

A group of accomplished volunteer Rotarians who provide free technical expertise, guidance, and advice to Rotarians around the world in planning and carrying out stronger, more effective, and sustainable grant projects in all Areas of Focus.

For more information or with questions, please email Sheila Hurst, District International Service Chair, at