Submitted, Pending Approval


Alliance for Smiles provides free reconstructive cleft lip and palate surgery for under served children in developing countries. Alliance for Smiles was founded by 6 members of the Rotary Club of San Francisco in 2004. Since its beginnings, Alliance for Smiles has treated over 7,000 children worldwide. In June of 2020, Alliance for Smiles will be conducting a mission to Honduras. We plan to treat between 70 and 90 children during our two week mission.

Approved, Work in Progress

Chapala Sunrise Rotary Club #86070, District 4140, Chapala, Mexico.

Ojo de Agua is a small village of approximately 300 people, nestled in Jalisco state between the Sierra Nevada mountains and Lake Chapala. It is blessed by a natural spring, but has inadequate water storage, distribution, and removal systems. Local sewage drains along a road and empties into the lake. The village is physically and culturally isolated from its local government; the villagers often fend for themselves with respect to public services, including water, transportation, trash removal, and health services.

Totally Funded



Please help us provide clean water and irrigation for an orphanage near Quito, Ecuador. Marin Evening Rotary Club is sponsoring a Rotary Global Grant project to help with water and economic development for the Henry Davis orphanage. The orphanage serves 83 children in family style housing, and also operates a local private school.

Open, still looking for DDF and/or cash support

The Rotary Club of Redwood City has partnered with the Rotary Club of San Carlos, and is leading the push to compete the aqueduct project begun by the San Carlos Club in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains.  This project was started by San Carlos Rotarian Steve Carlson, for the benefit of the Berber village that hosted him in the Peace Corps. 

Criteria for matching with Rotary Clubs’ Global Grants in District 5150

  1. Funds must be used in areas of conflict, past and present, to benefit women and children.
  2. Oversight for Clubs receiving funds will be conducted by the District Grants Committee.
  3. Maximum match for monies raised by clubs is $50,000 per grant.
  4. Multiple clubs may collaborate in one International Global Grant.
  5. PDG Brian McLeran and/or Emily McLeran Perez will provide final review and approval for all matching funds made through the Rose C. Stone D.A.F.