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District Designated Funds. Presented at Foundation Seminar. By Bob Shydo DDF Administrator. DDF. September 10, 2011. Topics. District Designated Funds (DDF) How your club acquires DDF How your club can use DDF. DDF Allocation. DDF Funding Cycle.

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District designated funds

District Designated Funds

Presented at

Foundation Seminar

By

Bob Shydo

DDF Administrator

DDF

September 10, 2011


Topics
Topics

  • District Designated Funds (DDF)

    • How your club acquires DDF

    • How your club can use DDF


Ddf allocation
DDFAllocation


Ddf funding cycle
DDF Funding Cycle

  • Rotarians and clubs make contributions to the Annual Fund each year.

  • After 3 Years:

    • 50% of your club’s contributions goes to the World Fund

    • 50% of your club’s contributions comes back to the district as District Designated Funds (DDF)

      With Revenue Sharing

    • 80% of the District Designated Funds or 40% of your original contribution is allocated to your club by the district


Ddf allocation with revenue sharing
DDF Allocation with Revenue Sharing

$7,500

After 3 Years

$3,750

$3,750DDF

$3,000DDF

40% of original contribution

$750DDF

10% of original contribution


Ddf use by your club
DDFUse by Your Club


Use of ddf with a dsg district simplified grant
Use of DDF With a DSG (District Simplified Grant)

$100 Cash + $1,000DDF

$500DDF

$0 Matching

Funds

Total Funding - $1,600 DDF & Cash

Club Out of Pocket Funding

$1,600 Cash

No Leveraging

of Funds

Grant DDF Funding Reimbursed



Ddf allocation with revenue sharing1
DDF Allocation with Revenue Sharing

$7,500

After 3 Years

$3,7500

$3,000DDF

$3,750DDF

40% of original contribution

$750DDF

10% of original contribution


Use of ddf with a matching grant1
Use of DDF With A Matching Grant

$100 Cash

$500 Cash

$3,000DDF

$500 Cash

$10,000DDF

TOTAL

$1,100 Cash

$13,000DDF

3rd Year

Allocation

Matching Funds

$550 Cash

$13,000DDF

Total Grant Funding

$1,650 Cash

$26,000DDF

$27,650 TOTAL

Leveraged

Funding


Ddf use it or lose it
DDF – Use it or Lose IT

  • If you have not allocated your clubs DDF to a Humanitarian Grant, Simplified Grant, GSE or Polio Plus by May 1, 2011 your club will forfeit its DDF and it will revert back to the District

    Use it or lose it.


Advantages of annual fund contributions
Advantages of Annual Fund Contributions

  • YOUR Club can leverage its contributions

  • YOUR Club can control:

    • How

    • When &

    • Where contributions are used


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