Presentation on theme: "Future Vision Future Vision Pilot Zones 28-29 Training Lombard, IL September 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Future Vision Future Vision Pilot Zones 28-29 Training Lombard, IL September 2011
Future Vision Future Vision Pilot (FVP) This presentation was developed by PDG Newell Krogmann, DRFC, District 5960 and PDG Neil McBeth, DRFC, District 6400. This is not an official publication of The Rotary Foundation.
Growth of the Foundation 1965-2000 10,000 Matching Grants approved By 2004 Another 10,000 Matching Grants By 2008 Another 10,000 Matching Grants
Future Vision WHY? ● Sound Stewardship ● Decentralized process ● Flexibility at local level ● Enhanced capacity to serve ● Sustainability, Significance, Simplification
FUTURE VISION GOALS Simplify programs and processes Focus Rotarian service efforts to increase global impact Support global and local efforts Increase sense of ownership at the district and club levels Enhance Rotary’s public image
Future Vision WHY THE PILOT? ● To serve others ● To serve Rotary ● To test new ways of Doing Good in the World ● To enhance service capacity ● To allow new ways of serving
Future Vision NEW CONCEPTS AND WAYS A New Vocabulary SIX AREAS OF FOCUS GLOBAL GRANTS – only with FVP districts DISTRICT GRANTS DDF allocation to Global and District NEEDS ASSESSMENT SUSTAINABLE MEASUREABLE VTTs (and GSEs) SCHOLARSHIPS AS GRANTS MEMBER ACCESS AS GATEWAY
Future Vision Where does the money come from? Gifts to TRF + World Fund earnings How does it get to districts and clubs? District Designated Funds – DDF World Fund matches
Future Vision Two kinds of grants GLOBAL GRANTS DISTRICT GRANTS
Earnings used for administrative costs $ 50% to World Fund 50% to District Designated Fund (DDF) Up to ½ to District Grants At least ½ to Global Grants Year 1 Year 2 $ $200,000 $50,000 $100,000 Future Vision Grant Distribution Example ANNUAL PROGRAMS GIVING -- SHARE Year 3
Future Vision GLOBAL GRANTS ♦ Scholars ♦ Vocational Training (VTT) ♦ Humanitarian Work ♦ Packaged Grants
Future Vision GLOBAL GRANTS ● TOTAL AT LEAST $30,000 INCLUDING TRF MATCH (min. of 15,000) 1 to 1 match of DDF.5 to 1 match of club funds ● HOST AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS ● Two-Step Process: PROPOSAL and APPLICATION ● GMS and MOU required ● SIX AREAS OF FOCUS
FUTURE VISION Global Grant $ Example $10,000 Club(s) 10,000 DDF (1:1 match) 15,000 TRF from World Fund $35,000 Total
Future Vision SIX AREAS OF FOCUS Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution Disease Prevention and Treatment Water and Sanitation Maternal and Child Health Basic Education and Literacy Economic and Community Development
Global Grants 2010-11 Examples from 5960 Well Project – The Gambia Water Distribution System – Turkey Medical Equipment/VTT – Argentina Education – Thailand Water, Maternal and Child Health, + - Kenya A Global Scholar
Global Grants 2010-11 Examples from 6400 Incubators for premature babies – Argentina Tele-health (3 countries) – Ghana Literacy – Guatemala Adult Literacy/VTT– Detroit, USA Medical/VTT – East Timor Two Global Scholars
Future Vision DISTRICT GRANTS SERVICE PROJECTS SCHOLARSHIPS VOCATIONAL TRAINING TEAM “GSE” (funded from District Grant) Project Planning (Submitting potential projects and necessary funding prior to receiving DDF) MUST MEET MISSION OF THE FOUNDATION (Areas of Focus not necessary)
District Grants Local International All submitted as proposals for District DDF Spending Plan Proposal Deadline set by district GMS and MOU can be required by the district
Examples of District Grants Fund volunteer travel Donate art supplies
District Grants 5960 and 6400 2010-11First Year of Pilot 2011-12Second Year of Pilot ◊ How were grants processed? ◊ How well did this new way of doing grants work?
Future Vision District Grants Cycle Time Comparison SubmissionApprovalPayment Closure Grant TypeRangeAverage District Simplified Grants 8-58 months >20 months District Grants 4-11 months > 7 months
Future Vision WHAT WON’T CHANGE ♦ Serving Above Self ♦ PolioPlus, Until Disease Eradicated ♦ Peace Fellowships ♦ Need for giving to support TRF ♦ Giving recognition
Future Vision HOW? District Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) More stewardship responsibility at District level Club MOU – stewardship at club level Grant Management Seminar (GMS) by district District TRF structure Grant processes Global Grants – Proposal and Application District Grants – Spending Plan District procedure
Future Vision - ROLES District Rotary Foundation Committee (5 required members) District Grants Subcommittee District Grants Committee Financial Management and Audit or Financial Review Clubs & Club Leadership Planning for first implementation year
Future Vision Planning for first implementation year Planning Team Establish district TRF structure Training for district and clubs
Future Vision CLUB QUALIFICATION Grant Management Seminar 1 person per club must attend. (PE or representative) TRF’s Club Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) – District can have an addendum.
CLUB MOU – TRF (and District) ♦ Terms of Qualification ♦ Club Leadership Responsibilities ♦ Financial Management/Stewardship ♦ Document Retention ♦ Reports ♦ GMS required for Global Grants ♦ District can require MOU (and GMS) for District Grants ♦ Signatures in year before by current PE and President ♦ ANNUAL SUBMISSION Future Vision
Future Vision Pilot How has it worked? ♦ Learning points ♦ High points Club and Rotarian interest Partnerships Number of grants
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