3 Our Rotary Foundation Is Unique The Rotary Foundation is your FoundationAddresses the greatest needsWorld reach greater than the United NationsWe can go where politicians and religious groups cannot
4 Supporting The Rotary Foundation PolioPlus FundEnd Polio NowAnnual Fund For Support TodayPermanent Fund To Secure Tomorrow
5 Zero non-contributing Clubs All Clubs Contributing To FUNDRAISING GOALSZero non-contributing ClubsAll Clubs Contributing ToThe Rotary Foundation
6 Annual Fund Goal Amount 1-Jul-2012 to 30-Jun-2013Club NoNameNo. of MembersAnnual Fund Goal AmountAF Goal % AchievedAF Per Capita-- Annual Fund ---- Other Funds ---- Endowment Fund ---- YTD Total --MonthYTDDistrict:37903790District 3790 Contributions$0.000%16856Agoo, La Union, Philippines22$86.36$1,900.0016857Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines32$129.50$4,143.90$200.00$4,343.9021777Angeles Centro, Pampanga, Philippines15$0.33$5.0082881Angeles Friendship, Pampanga, Philippines25$10.81$270.13$6,329.27$6,599.4030320Angeles Kuliat, Angeles City, Philippines64$79.69$5,100.00$5,300.0057293Angeles Midtown, Pampanga, Philippines16$25.00$400.0016858Angeles North, Pampanga, Philippines34$85.80$2,917.3416859Angeles West, Pampanga, Philippines10$0.5016863Baguio, Benguet, Philippines59$163.27$9,633.17$14,733.1716864Baguio North, Benguet, Philippines$15.63$500.0016865Baguio South, Benguet, Philippines27$116.63$3,149.04$3,349.0451996Baguio Summer Capital, Benguet, Philippines40$420.25$16,810.00$17,010.0057485Baguio Sunrise, Benguet, Philippines30$346.25$10,387.50$4,024.39$14,411.8916867Balanga, Bataan, Philippines26$42.31$100.00$1,100.00$207.00$1,307.0083157Balibago, Angeles City, Philippines20$230.00$4,600.00$4,800.0024467Bangued, Abra, Philippines$0.19$205.00
7 57924Bayambang, Pangasinan, Philippines17$0.000%$58.82$1,000.00$200.00$1,200.0051473Binmaley Century, Pangasinan, Philippines30$0.17$5.00$24.39$29.3955849Calasiao 2000, Pangasinan, Philippines23$248.86$5,723.81$5,923.8152307Central Pampanga, Pampanga, Philippines16$191.87$3,069.88$3,269.8816876Central Pangasinan, Pangasinan, Philippines25$172.40$4,310.0070938Central San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines15$0.3316877Central Tarlac, Tarlac, Philippines27$202.28$5,461.52$300.00$5,761.5251878Clark Centennial, Angeles City, Philippines18$0.28$5,000.00$5,005.0030778Clarkfield, Angeles City, Philippines26$84.21$2,189.5816879Dagupan, Pangasinan, Philippines43$11.63$500.0022395Dagupan East, Pangasinan, Philippines38$13.1672854Dasol Bay, Dasol, Pangasinan, Philippines$43.70$1,005.00$1,029.3926059Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga, Philippines$46.44$1,207.3216882Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines42$109.17$4,585.00$217.07$4,802.0723231Downtown Dagupan, Pangasinan, Philippines$100.00$2,300.00$2,500.0021477Downtown Olongapo, Zambales, Philippines21$0.24
12 Contributions to The Rotary Foundation make it possible for clubs to transform lives worldwide. The following summary outlines important differences between contribution types. If you have questions, please contact Rotary International by at or by phone, (61-2)Annual FundOther Funds (including PolioPlus Fund)Endowment Fund-All contributions support SHARE, World Fund and Areas of Focus -SHARE contributions % to District Designated Fund % to World Fund -Counts toward Club and District Annual Fund Goal -Counts toward Annual Fund Per Capita -PHF recognition available -Will not match the SHARE Reports-Supports program selected by donor Matching Grants Global Grants PolioPlus PolioPlus Partners Ride to End Polio Other Approved Programs -Does not count towards Club or District Annual Fund Goal -Does not count towards Annual Fund Per Capita-Contributions are invested in perpetuity -Spendable Earnings are used on programs -Donor can designate spendable earnings for Areas of Focus Rotary Peace Centers SHARE World Fund -Benefactor recognition available -PHF recognition is not available -Does not count towards Club or District Annual Fund GoalThe club membership count is the starting membership figure based on July semiannual report forms, received at Rotary International by 30 September each year. It is populated once every Rotary Year (usually in November) and remains the same until the next Rotary Year.District SummaryUS$100 Per Capita District Benchmark for 2,574 Members:$257,400.00District Annual Fund Goal (sum of all club goals):$1,700.00Total of Annual Fund Giving for Period:$240,003.49Total of clubs below includes only clubs active as of June 2013 and chartered prior to 01-Jul-2012Total of clubs with Annual Fund Goals received:1 of 99 (1.01% Received)Total of clubs with contributions to the Annual Fund99 of 99 (100% Participation)The SHARE Contribution Detail Report containing the district's SHARE summary information is available to authorized users on the Member Access Portal at
13 100% Member Participation Annual Fund100% Member Participation
14 Annual Fund Supports grants and programs through the SHARE system Contributions credited to donor’s club and applied to club’s goal
15 Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member Contributes at least US$100 every year to the Annual Fund
16 Paul Harris FellowRotarian who contributes US$1,000 or in whose name $1,000 is contributed
17 Paul Harris Society Member Contributes US$1,000 each year to the Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or approved grants
18 Major Donor Personal outright or cumulative gifts of US$10,000+ Cash, life income agreements, bequests, real estate, or securitiesMAJOR DONORSIndividuals can become Major Donors with personal outright or cumulative contributions of US$10,000 or more to The Rotary Foundation. They may elect to receive a crystal recognition piece and/or Major Donor lapel pins or pendants. Donors who contribute US$250,000 or more become members of the Arch C. Klumph Society.
19 Arch C. Klumph Society Trustees Circle $250,000+ Chair’s Circle $500,000+Foundation Circle $1 million+ARCH C. KLUMPH SOCIETYDonors who contribute US$250,000 or more may choose to be recognized in the Arch C. Klumph Gallery at Rotary International’s World Headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, USA. Donor’s photograph and biography are featured in an interactive display. Donors also receive a lapel pin, a certificate signed by the RI president and The Rotary Foundation trustee chair, and an invitation to an exclusive event for society members at the annual RI Convention. The society is named in honor of Rotary Foundation founder and past RI President Arch C. Klumph.
20 Permanent Fund Rotary’s endowment fund Contributions invested Only earnings are spent
21 BenefactorProvision in estate plan to bequeath minimum US$1,000 to The Rotary FoundationAn outright gift of $1,000 to Permanent FundBENEFACTORA Benefactor is someone who informs The Rotary Foundation in writing that he or she has made a provision in his/her estate plans for The Rotary Foundation or by making an outright gift of US$1,000 or more to the Permanent Fund. Benefactor recognition consists of a certificate and insignia to be worn with a Rotary pin.
22 Bequest SocietyProvision in estate plan totaling US$10, Examples: living will, life insurance policyBEQUEST SOCIETYThe Rotary Foundation recognizes those couples or individuals who have made commitments in their estate plans totaling US$10,000 or more. Donors may elect to receive an engraved crystal recognition piece and a Diamond Circle pin commemorating the commitment at each new recognition level.US$ 10,000 to 24, – Level 125,000 to 49, – Level 250,000 to 99, – Level 3100,000 to 249, – Level 4250,000 to 499, – Level 5500,000 to 999, – Level 61,000,000 and above – Level 7More information is available at:Rotarians can also complete the Bequest Society membership card on the RI website.
23 Club Banner Recognition 100% Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member ClubEvery Rotarian, Every Year Club
24 Club Banner Recognition 100% Paul Harris Fellow ClubTop Three Per Capita Giving Clubs
25 US$100 Contribution Two desks for elementary school in Honduras 50 mosquito nets for women and children in TanzaniaOne year of tuition for a high school student in China
26 US$1,000 ContributionOne portable dental chair for dental care to indigenous children in Mexico400 pairs of eyeglasses for individuals in NigeriaMicrocredit loans for 23 women in the Philippines to support their families
27 US$10,000 ContributionThree refurbished school buses for rural communities in MexicoBakery equipment at a vocational training center for disabled children in SudanTwo water wells to serve villages in Haiti
28 US$60,000 ContributionUp to 5 one-time named Rotary Peace Fellowships in professional development certificate program
29 US$75,000 ContributionRotary Peace Fellow at a two-year Rotary Peace Center in field related to peace studies and conflict resolution
30 Endowed Naming Opportunities $25,000: support SHARE or World Fund$50,000: general support to Rotary Peace Centers
31 Endowed Naming Opportunities $100,000: general support of an area of focus$250,000: support donor’s district participation in global grants, or endow a Rotary Peace Fellow (certificate program)
32 Endowed Naming Opportunities $500,000: specify area of focus and geographic preference, or endow a Rotary Peace Fellow (two-year master’s program)$1 million: individually crafted grant with more specificity
33 Rotary Peace Centers Major Gifts Initiative Fully endow programUS$95 million by 2015Major Gift focus
34 District 3790 Recognition Top Donor Clubs to Annual Fund Top Donor Clubs in Per Capital100% PHF ClubsRFSM ClubsEREY ClubsPolioPlus Contributing ClubsARCH C. KLUMPH SOCIETYDonors who contribute US$250,000 or more may choose to be recognized in the Arch C. Klumph Gallery at Rotary International’s World Headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, USA. Donor’s photograph and biography are featured in an interactive display. Donors also receive a lapel pin, a certificate signed by the RI president and The Rotary Foundation trustee chair, and an invitation to an exclusive event for society members at the annual RI Convention. The society is named in honor of Rotary Foundation founder and past RI President Arch C. Klumph.