Presentation on theme: "The Rotary Foundation’s Future Vision Plan A FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE."— Presentation transcript:
The Rotary Foundation’s Future Vision Plan A FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE
A Foundation for the Future
A Foundation For The Future Support and Strengthen Clubs Innovation and Flexibility Service Project Variety Diversity Recruitment and Retention Leadership Development New Dynamic Clubs Strategic Planning
A Foundation For The Future Focus/Increase Humanitarian Service Eradicate Polio Service through New Generations and Six Areas of Focus Collaboration With Other Organizations Create Significant Local and International Projects
A Foundation For The Future Enhance Public Image and Awareness Unity Image and Brand Awareness Publicize Service Actions Promote Core Values Emphasize Vocational Service Promote Networking
Why A TRF Strategic Plan? Preparing for The Rotary Foundation Centennial Immense growth Relevance in philanthropic world Evolving organization Rotarian feedback Sustainability, significance, simplification
Future Vision is a … Strategic plan for The Rotary Foundation Simplified grant-making model Way to build on successes Alignment of projects and activities New structure and organization of committees
The Foundation’s Motto and Mission Doing Good in the World …to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.
Objectives of Future Vision Strengthen impact of club projects Sharpen focus of overall grants activity Transfer more decision-making locally Partner with other organizations Simplify the Foundation grants process Increase visibility and image
Strengthen Impact of Projects Rotarians will develop and implement larger projects with greater more sustainable impact.
Sharpen Focus Six Areas of Focus: Peace and Conflict Resolution Disease Prevention and Treatment Water and Sanitation Maternal and Child Health Basic Education and Literacy Economic and Community Development
Transfer Decision-making Locally District- and club-level committees direct use of District Grant funds Districts continue the direct use of DDF to obtain matching funds from the Foundation
Partnerships Strategic partnerships with NGOs and corporations will enhance Rotary’s capability to address urgent world needs.
Simplify and Expedite Grants Rotarians will learn to understand and navigate grant options. Rotarians will enjoy faster grant payment processing
Increase Visibility and Image Rotary will become increasingly recognized as a premier foundation, which will in turn help increase Rotary membership, donations, and grant activity.
Grant Names Rotary Foundation District Grants Rotary Foundation Global Grants
Rotary Foundation Global Grants Long-term projects Rotarian participation Larger grant awards Sustainable outcomes International partnerships required for club- and district-developed grants
Rotary Foundation District Grants Simple, flexible, innovative Educational and humanitarian projects and activities consistent with mission Smaller activities and projects Local decision making with broader guidelines
District 7750 Future Vision Objectives Complete draft Future Vision Procedures Manual using materials obtained from Future Vision pilot districts by January 1, Complete draft club training program by May 1, Select Future Vision Club Representatives and alternates from each club in the District by March 1, Begin club training for certification on September 1, 2012 and complete by December 1, 2012.
District 7750 Future Vision Objectives Using PDG’s, create collaborative to help non- pilot districts prepare for transition by July 1, Like Future Vision pilots, begin listings of planned world grants to encourage shared resources and ideas across districts by July 1, Prepare District application for DDF funding beginning July 1, 2013 and submit to Rotary Foundation by March 1, Complete Global Grant applications by March 1, Begin drawdown of DDF funding for Global and District Grants by July 1, 2013.
District 7750 Designated Funds for District APF Giving : $282,480 DDF in : $141,240
DDF Decision Making Develop a system of deciding how to distribute District Designated Funds each year that gives the Rotary Clubs the opportunity to decide how the funding they raised three years earlier is to be spent. Ensure that the system gives the District the ability to make the final decision on the funding distribution in keeping with the deadlines set by the Rotary Foundation.
Matching Grants and Global Grants Establish a Strategic Plan that ensures that all of the global activities presently being carried out by the District continue to develop such that they continue to be funded into the first Future Vision year of Begin to develop partnerships between clubs, districts and Non- Government Organizations (NGOs) such that we can develop larger projects with greater impact in host countries where District 7750 is working.
Club Certification Training Train all Rotary Clubs in District 7750 so they can be certified to handle either District or Global Grants by January 1, Ensure that both the Rotary Clubs and the District leadership have the knowledge and capacity to administer Global and District Grants in accordance with the requirements of the Rotary Foundation.
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