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Foundation Foundation Zones 25 and 26 The Rotary 2009-2010 Art Harrington, ARRFC Art Harrington, ARRFC O UR R OTARY F OUNDATION.

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1 Foundation Foundation Zones 25 and 26 The Rotary Art Harrington, ARRFC Art Harrington, ARRFC O UR R OTARY F OUNDATION

2 US $1 About one in six people live on less than $1 a day Half the world’s population lives on less than $2 a day

3 US $167.6 million Program awards in to alleviate poverty, improve health and support education (Audited figures for have not been released yet.)

4 Snack foods $ 18 Billion Coffee$ 32 Billion Candy $ 24 Billion Cosmetic products $ 30 Billion Pet products $ 31 Billion Ice Cream $ 20 Billion Soft Drinks $ 60 Billion Beer $ 45 Billion Weight control products $ 33 Billion Fast food $103 Billion Legal gambling $550 Billion US spending figures in one year Money spent in the US each Year

5 The world needs you!

6 You are the Spirit of Rotary TODAY and the Legacy of Rotary TOMORROW

7 The Rotary Foundation Working towards… The Elimination of Poverty Environmental Conservation Food Security, Health Care and Education Mediation and Conflict Resolution World Peace and Understanding

8 PolioPlus More than 2 billion children received oral polio vaccine since 1985More than 2 billion children received oral polio vaccine since 1985 Rotary has committed over US $850 million to eradicate polioRotary has committed over US $850 million to eradicate polio

9 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Rotary’s $200 Million Challenge

10 Partnered with seven leading universities around the world, establishing six Rotary CentersPartnered with seven leading universities around the world, establishing six Rotary Centers To advance knowledge and world understanding among potential future leadersTo advance knowledge and world understanding among potential future leaders Rotary Centers for International Studies

11 Provides travel grants for teams to exchange visits between paired areas in different countriesProvides travel grants for teams to exchange visits between paired areas in different countries A team consists of four non-Rotarian young professionals and one Rotarian who leads the groupA team consists of four non-Rotarian young professionals and one Rotarian who leads the group All Rotarians are eligible to apply as team leadersAll Rotarians are eligible to apply as team leaders 581 GSE Teams in year581 GSE Teams in year Group Study Exchange

12 Established in 1947 to further international understandingEstablished in 1947 to further international understanding Among the world's largest privately funded international scholarship programsAmong the world's largest privately funded international scholarship programs 38,000+ scholars from 110 countries have served as ambassadors of goodwill38,000+ scholars from 110 countries have served as ambassadors of goodwillAmbassadorialScholarships

13 A District Simplified Grant (DSG) is a tool Rotary districts utilize to support short-term, humanitarian projects that benefit the communityA District Simplified Grant (DSG) is a tool Rotary districts utilize to support short-term, humanitarian projects that benefit the community Funded through a portion of District Designated Funds (DDF) to support projects locally or internationallyFunded through a portion of District Designated Funds (DDF) to support projects locally or internationallyDistrictGrants Simplified

14 Matches contributions raised by Rotary clubs and districts for international service projects involving Rotary clubs in two or more countriesMatches contributions raised by Rotary clubs and districts for international service projects involving Rotary clubs in two or more countries Over $300 million spent on some 28,000 grants in more than 170 countries since 1965Over $300 million spent on some 28,000 grants in more than 170 countries since 1965 GrantsMatching

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16 Matching Grants CashDDFTRFTotal $4000$2000$6,000 $4000 $8,000 $6000$14,000

17 Matching Grants Matching Grants Non-Competitive Matching Grants  Up to $25,000  Rolling applications  Approval by staff Competitive Matching Grants  $25,000 to $150,000  Approval by Board of Trustees

18 3-H Grants Funds long-term, self- help grassroots development projects too large for one club or district to implement on their ownFunds long-term, self- help grassroots development projects too large for one club or district to implement on their own Since 1979, over US $78 million to nearly 300 projects in the developing worldSince 1979, over US $78 million to nearly 300 projects in the developing world

19 Building on our Accomplishments Your annual commitment to The Rotary Foundation is the lifeblood for all of these programs Our continuing success depends on your continuing support

20 The Rotary Foundation IS Unique Addresses all of the greatest educational and humanitarian needs Its world reach is greater than the United Nations We can go where politicians and religious groups cannot We can mobilize our people-to- people contacts

21 Things We Do Better Than Most Other Charities Support donor-driven projects Bridge the business community to an international need Manage costs effectively Provide ongoing stewardship Respond to evolving world needs and donor interests

22 Zone Support Structure District DRFC Trustees Assistant RRFCs Alumni Coordinator RRFCs $200 Million Challenge

23 PolioPlus/$200 Million subcommittee Scholarships Grants subcommittee Annual giving subcommittee Permanent Fund subcommittee District Rotary Foundation Committee (DRFC) subcommittee GSE subcommittee Alumni Educational Programs Humanitarian Grants Program Financial Contributions Peace Fellows subcommittee

24 APF-SHARE 3-Year Cycle Funds from Annual Giving available to districts 3 years after they are contributed - through SHARE Contributions made to the Annual Programs Fund in became available in Contributions made in become available in

25 Contributions to the Annual Programs Fund Funds are invested for three years After three years, funds are split between DDF and World Fund Matching GrantsMatching Grants District Simplified GrantsDistrict Simplified Grants Ambassadorial ScholarshipsAmbassadorial Scholarships Rotary CentersRotary Centers Extra GSE TeamsExtra GSE Teams 50% – District Designated Funds 3-H Grants3-H Grants One GSE Team per District each yearOne GSE Team per District each year Matching Grants (matches districtMatching Grants (matches district and club input) and club input) 50% – World Fund 12 3 Year Your Contribution at Work Permanent Fund earnings also support the World Fund

26 Stewardship of Rotary Foundation Funds

27 Stewardship Treating TRF funds as a sacred trust Competent and thorough project supervision Standard business practice Reporting irregularity to TRF Implementing projects as approved

28 TRF Rating as a Charity

29 Every club will set its APF & Permanent Fund goalsEvery club will set its APF & Permanent Fund goals Suggested Annual Programs Fund goals:Suggested Annual Programs Fund goals: –100 % Member Participation –US $100 per capita –Our goal for Zones 25/26: $100 plus –10% Increase

30 Sustaining Member Paul Harris Fellow Certificate of Appreciation Multiple Paul Harris Fellow Benefactor Major Donor The Bequest Society Club Recognition Paul Harris Society Types of Contribution Recognition

31 Endowments of Other Institutions Service Organizations: Kiwanis International Foundation$ 4 million Lions Clubs International Foundation$ 1.6 million Rotary Foundation Permanent Fund$ million Shriners Hospitals for Children$ 7 billion University and College Endowments: Harvard University$ 22.1 billion University of Oxford$ 666 million Yale University$ 12.7 billion

32 Current Permanent Fund Values $579.3 Permanent Fund market value and expectancies (US$ millions)

33 Major Gifts – Ways of Giving Cash Securities – Stocks and Bonds Tangible Personal Property Real Estate Life Insurance Bequests Retirement Plans Life Income Agreements (US only) Donor Advised Fund (US only)

34 Tips Lead by example Get involved in TRF programs TRF-DIRECT Feature TRF speakers Mix fellowship with fundraising Express appreciation Paul Harris Society

35 Celebrating Achievement

36 For a Better Future

37 Celebrating Rotary

38 ROTARY: Humanity in Motion


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