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1 Introduction to Future Vision. 2 Future Vision: Why? Preparing for The Rotary Foundation Centennial Future Vision UpdateSlide 2.

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1 1 Introduction to Future Vision

2 2 Future Vision: Why? Preparing for The Rotary Foundation Centennial Future Vision UpdateSlide 2

3 3 Slide 3

4 4 Future Vision UpdateSlide 4 Future Vision: Why? Preparing for The Rotary Foundation Centennial Immense growth Relevance in philanthropic world Evolving organization Rotarian feedback Sustainability, significance, simplification

5 5 Future Vision UpdateSlide Vision: A Premier Foundation Increased and diversified giving Fewer transactions; less staff Authority on critical issues (e.g., water) Significant NGO partnerships APF grows to about US$150 million Permanent Fund grows to US$ million

6 6 TRF Mission and Motto 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. COL Endorsed April 2007 Future Vision UpdateSlide 6

7 7 Areas of Focus 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. COL Endorsed April 2007 Future Vision UpdateSlide 7

8 8 Areas of Focus Goodwill and Peace 1. Peace & Conflict Resolution/Prevention Health 2. Disease Prevention & Treatment 3. Water & Sanitation 4. Maternal & Child Health Education 5. Basic Education & Literacy Alleviation of Poverty 6. Economic & Community Development Future Vision UpdateSlide 8

9 9 TRF Mission and Motto 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. COL Endorsed April 2007 Future Vision UpdateSlide 9

10 10 Slide 10

11 11 Toxic Charity Destroys personal initiative Diminishes dignity Creates or increases dependency Dismantles family structures Erodes work ethic Future Vision UpdateSlide 11

12 12 Oath for Compassionate Service Never do for the poor what they have (or could have) the capacity to do for themselves Limit one-way giving to emergency situations Strive to empower the poor Subordinate self-interests to the needs of those being served

13 13 Oath for Compassionate Service Talk less, listen more (to both verbal and non-verbal messages) Above all, do no harm * Toxic Charity by Robert D. Lupton Published October 2011

14 14 What is Future Vision? A new grant-making model For transformative charity Future Vision UpdateSlide 14

15 15 Future Vision UpdateSlide 15 District Grants Global Grants *Packaged Grants (*3 rd grants category as of 1 July 2013) Grant Types

16 16 Future Vision UpdateSlide 16 ANNUAL PROGRAMS FUND SHARE District Grants 20% (max) District Designated Fund 50% World Fund 80% (min) Global Grants (World Fund match to DDF and cash) Current Funding Model Other (Cash, DAF, Permanent Fund) District Controlled Trustees Controlled

17 17 Future Vision UpdateSlide 17 ANNUAL PROGRAMS FUND SHARE District Grants 50% (max) District Designated Fund 50% World Fund 50% (min) Global Grants (World Fund match to DDF and cash) Future Vision Funding Model Other (Cash, DAF, Permanent Fund) District Controlled Trustees Controlled

18 18 Future Vision UpdateSlide 18 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 Model similar to District Simplified Grants

19 19 Future Vision UpdateSlide 19 Rotary Foundation Global Grants Long-term projects Areas of focus Rotarian participation Larger grant awards Sustainable outcomes International partnerships required for club- and district-developed grants

20 20 Future Vision UpdateSlide 20 Qualification Clubs and districts must be qualified to receive Rotary Foundation funds Ensures proper legal, financial, and stewardship controls of grants Qualification process is simple Goal for every club in the district to become qualified

21 21 Future Vision UpdateSlide 21 Qualification Requirements Attendance at grant management seminars (fall and spring) Agreement with club MOU Submission of signed club MOU No overdue reports from previous projects

22 22 Areas of Focus Peace & Conflict Prevention/Resolution Disease Prevention & Treatment Water & Sanitation Maternal & Child Health Basic Education & Literacy Economic & Community Development Slide 22

23 23 Future Vision UpdateSlide 23 Program Structure Global Grants (Within Areas of Focus) Global Grants (for larger international projects) Global Grant Scholarships Vocational Training Teams District Grants (Outside Areas of Focus) Grants for University Teachers Ambassadorial Scholarships (cultural, multi-year, academic year) Group Study Exchange Regional Scholar Seminar Grants District Simplified Grants Smaller International Grants Disaster Recovery Volunteer Service Grants

24 24 Future Vision UpdateSlide 24 Examples of Activity District Grants — Mission-related Exchange of mixed profession vocational training teams with another district (traditional GSE) International travel for local doctor to volunteer at a clinic Scholarship for student to attend local or international university (traditional scholar) Donating art supplies to assist youth after-school program Send ShelterBox containers in response to natural disaster in another district

25 25 Future Vision UpdateSlide 25 Examples of Activity Global Grants — Areas of Focus-related International safe drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene education project Send scholar abroad to enroll in water engineering degree program International malaria project to distribute bed nets and malaria treatments and provide malaria prevention educ. Send vocational training team abroad to participate in workshop and learn teaching methods to address adult illiteracy

26 26 Program Comparison Matching Grant Incubators for neonatal unit at hospital Global Grant Incubators for hospital Staff training on new equip. Community-based health education classes Improved access to pre- natal care Measurement of results Future Vision UpdateSlide 26

27 27 Program Comparison Matching Grant Supplies/equipment for vocational training of older teenagers (metal fabrication, computers, books) Global Grant Supplies & equipment for vocational training Identifying teachers to train students for metal fabrication, computer skills, and entrepreneurship Workplace readiness training/apprenticeships Measurement of results Future Vision UpdateSlide 27

28 28 Future Vision UpdateSlide 28 Funding Attributes Global Grants Initiated by qualified club and/or district DDF, World Fund, cash flow through, PF earnings, named gifts Larger awards (min. from TRF = US$15,000) and project costs (min. project budget = US$30,000 World Fund match of DDF, cash, and DAF Streamlined stewardship and accountability

29 29 Top 5 Things to Know About Future Vision Streamlines the grant-making process Supports Rotarian-identified needs in communities Involves both clubs and districts Provides balance of local and international projects Uses an online application process Future Vision UpdateSlide 29

30 30 Future Vision 5-Way Test Hand-outs replaced by hand-ups Cost-effective Significant Rotarian involvement Evidence of sustainable outcomes Consistent with TRF mission and Areas of Focus Future Vision UpdateSlide 30

31 31 Future Vision UpdateSlide 31

32 32 Future Vision UpdateSlide 32

33 33 District Organization Future VisionSlide 33 District Rotary Foundation Chair (DFRC) PolioPlus Subcommittee Chair Grants Subcommittee Chair Fundraising Subcommittee Chair Stewardship Subcommittee Chair Auditor/Audit Committee FV Treasurer

34 34 D-6900 Organization Chart Future VisionSlide 34

35 35 District MOU District Qualification District Officer Responsibilities Club Qualification Financial Mgmt. Plan Annual Financial Assessment Bank Acct. Requirements Report on Use of Grant Funds Document Retention & Transfer Reporting & Resolving Misuse of Funds Future Vision Update, Nov. 2008Slide 35


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