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1 2014 FUNDRAISING

2 2014

3 Understand the differences between the PolioPlus Fund, the Annual Fund, and the Endowment Fund Discuss ways to promote contributions to The Rotary Foundation LEARNING OBJECTIVES

4 2014 OUR ROTARY FOUNDATION IS UNIQUE

5 2014 Peace and conflict prevention/resolution Disease prevention and treatment Water and sanitation Maternal and child health Basic education and literacy Economic and community development OUR FOCUS

6 2014 SUPPORTING THE ROTARY FOUNDATION Endowment Fund To Secure Tomorrow Annual Fund For Support Today PolioPlus Fund End Polio Now

7 2014 END POLIO NOW: MAKE HISTORY TODAY

8 2014 EVERY ROTARIAN, EVERY YEAR 100% Member Participation

9 2014 Primary funding source for Foundation grants and activities Supports local and international grants through the SHARE system Contributions are credited to donor’s club and applied to club’s goal ANNUAL FUND

10 2014 Contributes at least $100 every year to the Annual Fund ROTARY FOUNDATION SUSTAINING MEMBER

11 2014 $100 CONTRIBUTION

12 2014 $1,000 CONTRIBUTION

13 2014 $10,000 CONTRIBUTION

14 2014 $15,000 CONTRIBUTION A one-time global grant dedicated to an area of focus specified by the donor

15 2014 A one-time global grant dedicated to an area of focus $30,000 CONTRIBUTION

16 2014 Up to 5 one-time named Rotary Peace Fellowships in the professional development certificate program $60,000 CONTRIBUTION

17 2014 Funds two years of study by a Rotary Peace Fellow in a field related to peace and conflict resolution Funds up to 10 internships or research projects for peace fellows or certificate program fellows $75,000 CONTRIBUTION

18 2014 Contributions are professionally invested Only the earnings are spent ENDOWMENT FUND

19 2014 $25,000: general support of SHARE, the World Fund, or Rotary Peace Centers $100,000: general support of an area of focus or an annual seminar at a Rotary Peace Center ENDOWED NAMING OPPORTUNITIES

20 2014 $250,000: supports the donor’s district’s participation in global grants or endows the studies of a Rotary Peace Fellow in the certificate program $500,000: specify a geographic preference and an area of focus or endow the studies of a Rotary Peace Fellow in the master’s program $1 million: individually craft a grant with more specificity ENDOWED NAMING OPPORTUNITIES

21 2014 The goal is to fully endow the program $125 million by 2015 Focus on major gifts ROTARY PEACE CENTERS MAJOR GIFTS INITIATIVE

22 2014 Understand the differences between the PolioPlus Fund, the Annual Fund, and the Endowment Fund Discuss ways to promote contributions to The Rotary Foundation SESSION REVIEW

23 2014 TAKE ACTION Participate in Rotary’s recurring giving program, Rotary Direct, to contribute every year Join the Paul Harris Society Make an outright gift or commitment in your estate plans to support Rotary’s Endowment Fund

24 2014 Questions? «Insert contact information for your regional Rotary Foundation coordinator or endowment/major gifts adviser »

25 2014


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