Marco Polo Program
The Marco Polo Program was conceived and approved by the PDGA Board of Directors in 2011, with an official start date of January 1, 2012. The goals of this program are to support the introduction of Disc Golf into new countries and to strengthen its development in other countries around the world. The program will provide funding for innovative international projects that promote the growth of Disc Golf, and that create links between PDGA, the countries, and the local Disc Golf communities.
Grants will be provided to PDGA international members in Europe, Asia, Oceania and elsewhere, and to USA/Canada members who have the opportunity to travel overseas. Materials and equipment purchased with grant funding must become the property of an incountry participating not-for–profit disc golf, sports or community association or group, and not the individual participants. All projects receiving support must promote the PDGA and its contributions as part of its project activities.
The World Flying Disc Federation is pleased to present its 2014 Report of its Development Grants Program and put out the call for new grants applications for 2015. In 2014 a total of US$ 26,739 was committed and the WFDF board has budgeted up to US$24,000 for 2015, with individual grants limited to no more than US$1,500 each. WFDF also plans to expand this year its disc missionary program, providing discs to travelers to areas with limited disc activity.
|Marco Polo - Honduras Report||Dec 23rd 2014|
|Marco Polo - Spain Report||Dec 23rd 2014|
|Marco Polo - Israel Report||Dec 23rd 2014|
|Marco Polo - Mexico Report||Dec 23rd 2014|
|Marco Polo Grant Application||Dec 23rd 2014|
|Marco Polo - Barbados Report||Dec 23rd 2014|
|Marco Polo - Costa Rica Report||Mar 11th 2015|
|Marco Polo- Ethiopia Report||Jun 20th 2016|
|Marco Polo- Zambia Report||Jun 29th 2016|