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2012-13 PETS President-elect Training Seminar Rotary Foundation Overview. District 6200 Gonzales, Louisiana. Rotary Future Vision Foundation Programs. PolioPlus Rotary Peace Centers Global and District Grants. Rotary Peace Centers. Rotary Peace Centers.

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2012 13 pets president elect training seminar rotary foundation overview

2012-13 PETSPresident-elect Training SeminarRotary Foundation Overview

District 6200

Gonzales, Louisiana

Rotary International District 6200


Rotary future vision foundation programs
Rotary Future Vision Foundation Programs

  • PolioPlus

  • Rotary Peace Centers

  • Global and District Grants


Rotary peace centers

Rotary Peace Centers

Rotary International District 6200


Rotary peace centers1
Rotary Peace Centers

  • Provide training on peace and conflict issues

  • Advance knowledge and world understanding

  • Promote greater tolerance and cooperation


Rotary peace centers2
Rotary Peace Centers

Master’s degree or professional development certificate in fields related to peace studies and conflict resolution


Partner universities
Partner Universities

  • International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan

  • University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

  • University of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England

  • Duke University & University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

  • Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

  • Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden


Rotary foundation grants

Rotary Foundation Grants

Rotary International District 6200


Grant types
Grant Types

  • District grants

  • Global grants

    • Club- and district-developed

    • Packaged


Foundation funding

Foundation Funding

How the Share System Works

Rotary International District 6200


Three needs three ways of giving
Three Needs, Three Ways of Giving

Checking Account

To Support Today

Savings Account

To Secure Tomorrow

End Polio Now


Foundation funding1
Foundation Funding

Contributions

SHARE

System

Contributions

Earnings


Two funds

District Designated

Fund – 50%

District controlled

Used by Rotarians in the district

Spent on Foundation grants and programs

World Fund50%

Trustees controlled

Used by all Rotarians worldwide

Spent on Foundation grants and programs

Two Funds


Fundraising and recognition

Fundraising and Recognition

Rotary International District 6200



Annual programs fund
Annual Programs Fund

  • Annual giving is lifeblood of the Foundation

  • (any amount)

  • Sustaining Member

  • ($100)

  • Paul Harris Fellow

  • ($1,0000)


Paul Harris Society Member

Contributes US$1,000 each year to the Annual Programs Fund-SHARE, PolioPlus, or approved grants


Major donor

Personal outright or cumulative gifts of US$10,000 or more to the Foundation

(APF or Permanent Fund)

Cash, life income agreements, bequests, real estate, or securities

Major Donor


Whatever the amount thank you for your support
Whatever the Amount, to the FoundationThank you for your support!


Annual programs fund apf contributions
Annual Programs Fund to the Foundation(APF) - Contributions

At the end of Rotary year, the SHARE system divides each district’s Annual Programs Fund contributions:

  • 50% to the World Fund

  • 50% credited to the district’s DDF


District allocation 2011 12
District Allocation 2011-12 to the Foundation

  • Total Allocation 2008-09 - $317,163.74

    District Allocation 2011-12 - $158,581.87

    50%-DDF $158K & 50% World Fund $158K

  • District grants - $79,000.00

  • Global grants - $79,000.00


District allocation 2012 13
District Allocation 2012-13 to the Foundation

  • Total Allocation 2009-10 - $195,053.97

    District Allocation 2012-13 - $97,526.99 50%-DDF $97.5K & 50% World Fund $97.5K

  • District grants - $48,750.00

  • Global grants - $48,750.00


Top giving clubs 2010 11
Top Giving Clubs 2010-11 to the Foundation

  • #1 – Greater LC – 62 members - $16,000 Goal

    Gave $21,125.00 - $340.73 / member

  • #2 – Baker – 18 members- $3,600 Goal

    Gave $5,600.00 - $311.11 / member

  • #3 – Laf. South – 47 members - $5,100 Goal

    Gave $9,717.56 - $206.76 / member


Annual programs fund1
Annual Programs Fund to the Foundation


Permanent fund
Permanent Fund to the Foundation

  • PDG Mike Collins - Chair

  • The Permanent Fund is Rotary’s endowment fund.

  • Contributions are not spent. They are invested in perpetuity.

  • Only the earnings are used to support activities.

  • Benefactor & Bequest Society


Gse vtt
GSE / VTT to the Foundation

  • Nandi Linscombe Chair

  • District 7070

  • Toronto, Canada

  • Health Care Field


Polioplus

PolioPlus to the Foundation

Rotary International District 6200


Rotary s us 200 million challenge
Rotary’s US$200 Million Challenge to the Foundation

Over US$202 million

raised to date

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

100 + 255 + 50 = $405 Million Donated


Total end polio now donation
Total “End Polio Now” Donation to the Foundation

  • Total given by Clubs -$108,094.66

  • Total given by District - $80,322.00

  • Total all Together - ~$188,416.66

  • To be donated - $20,000 DDF

    - $10,000 Foundation Gala

    - June 02, 2012 (Opelousas)

    - RIP Kalyan Banergee


Global scholarships
Global Scholarships to the Foundation

  • Jon Berthelot – Chair

  • District Scholarships

  • Global Scholarships


Global grants
Global Grants to the Foundation

  • Long-term projects

  • Sustainable outcomes

  • Support the areas of focus

  • Larger grant awards

  • Provide World Fund match


Areas of focus
Areas of Focus to the Foundation

  • Peace and Conflict Resolution/Prevention

  • Disease Prevention and Treatment

  • Water and Sanitation

  • Maternal and Child Health

  • Basic Education and Literacy

  • Economic and Community Development


Global grants ongoing
Global Grants - Ongoing to the Foundation

  • Peace & Conflict – Uganda - $33.7K

  • Water & Sanitation – Honduras - $44.1K

  • Water Tanks – Mexico - $139.8K

  • Kidney Transplant – Mexico - $88.2K

  • Heart Surgeries – India - $40K

  • Breast Cancer – Nigeria - $491.1K (3H)

  • Water Project – Hungary - $30K


Global grants opportunities
Global Grants - Opportunities to the Foundation

  • Health Center in Zimbabwe

  • Heart Defribrillators - Ambulances in Mexico

  • Water Filters – Mexico

  • Haiti Projects through BR Club & D6840

  • Literacy Projects – Mexico

  • Water Tanks in Mexico City



BENEFICIARIES OF MG # 25034-19 surgeries to the Foundation

Manivel

1-1-14B, ErvadiKalathoorPalayam Via VedasanthoorTk, Dindigul

Naveenkumar

Kambatti, Thummanatti Panchayat, Ooty

Dharani

2/141/1,VeeranVayal North, Jambuvanodai-614 738, Thiruthurai

poondi (Tk), Tiruvarur

Dhivyadharshini

2/13, Mel Veethi, Udayapatty, Salem-636 140

Ramana

29/15, Methai Theru, Ammapettai, Salem

Senthilraja

Manjani Village, Pungavadi (Po), Attur Tk

Lavanya

1/92, A- Kudi St,

Vanniya Nagar, K.Valavu,Puliampatti, MettupattiPO,Omalur , Salem

Abisriram

3/135, Mottur, Kattu Kottai (Vill) Chockanathapuram (PO), Attur (Tk)

Muthumeena

302/6, Near Busstand, Thevanankurichi, Tiruchengode, Namakkal

Naveenraj

Kamarajar Colony Street, Thiruvizluthur, Mayiladudurai

Ramesh

Near MaduraiveeranKovil, PonnagounderKalyanaMandapam, Neikarapatty, Salem-10

Ranjitham

22A-Bakthavath salam Nagar, Thiruchengode

Vaishali

407, Sakthi Nagar, Mathur, Kumaramangalam Village, Kulathur Tk, Pudukkottai

Jayapriya

372/96-A, Karungalpatty Main Rd, Gugai, Salem-6

Reshma

15, Old No.1-A, Thailambigai Varma Nagar, Tiruchengode

Kavitha

7, Bazar Street, Taluk Office Road, Hosur

Teja

Seetharamapura (V), Iragamalli, Chintamani (Tk), Chikkabalapura, Karnataka

Deepak

Karagoor (Vill), Seer, Palacode(Tk), Dharmapuri – 636 808.


Gg 25211
GG# 25211 to the Foundation


Gg 252111
GG# 25211 to the Foundation



District grants
District Grants to the Foundation

  • Local decision making with broader guidelines

  • Single grant awarded annually

  • Smaller activities and projects

  • Fund both local or international activities

  • Simple, flexible, innovative

  • Activities consistent with the mission


District club grants
District Club Grants to the Foundation

  • Letter from DGE Mark La Cour

  • Timetable

  • Application

  • Report

  • Checklist

  • Terms and Conditions


Thank you questions
Thank You to the FoundationQuestions?


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