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You are part of the Rotary Family. Be a part of it forever. The Permanent Fund. Enhanced Foundation programs since 1982 Endowed fund invested permanently to build long-term stability for Foundation’s future Key to Foundation’s role tomorrow. A look at the Future – Today.

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You are part of the rotary family

You are part of the Rotary Family

Be a part of it forever


The permanent fund

The Permanent Fund

  • Enhanced Foundation programs

    since 1982

  • Endowed fund invested permanently to build long-term stability for Foundation’s future

  • Key to Foundation’s role tomorrow


A look at the future today

A look at the Future – Today

Permanent Fund earnings already help support Rotary Foundation programs that advance our mission.


Humanitarian programs

Humanitarian Programs

  • Matching Grants

  • District Simplified Grants

  • Health, Hunger and

    Humanity (3-H) Grants

  • Volunteer Service Grants


Educational programs

Educational Programs

  • Group Study Exchange

  • Ambassadorial Scholarship

  • Rotary Grants for

    University Teachers

  • Rotary Centers for

    International Studies


Polio

Polio

  • PolioPlus

  • PolioPlus Partners

    “Eradication is attainable.”

    Luis Giay

    Chairman, Board of Trustees 2006-07

    The Rotary Foundation


You can help

You can help –

You can win


Four win test

Four “Win” Test

Did you know that with one gift you can …

  • Make a major gift to support Rotary Foundation programs

  • Receive immediate tax benefits

  • Reduce capital gains tax on gifts of appreciated property

  • Receive lifetime income for you or others


Life income agreement

Life Income Agreement

  • A Life Income Agreement enables donors to receive income for life from their charitable gift.

  • Types of Life Income Agreements available through TRF:

    • Charitable Gift Annuity

    • Deferred Charitable Gift Annuity

    • Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust

    • Charitable Remainder Unitrust

    • Lead Trust

    • Pooled Income Fund


Charitable gift annuity

Charitable Gift Annuity

A donor makes a gift in cash or publicly traded securities and in return receives regular payments for life that never change in size or frequency, regardless of changes in the economy.


Deferred charitable gift annuity

Deferred Charitable Gift Annuity

Just like Charitable Gift Annuities, but:

  • Payments are postponed for a specified period of time, which is at least one year after the date of the gift.

  • Size of payment depends on the amount transferred, income beneficiary’s age, and the length of deferral.


Charitable remainder trust

Charitable Remainder Trust

  • A trust into which a donor irrevocably places assets in exchange for an income, either for life or a term of years.

  • The trust will pay income at an agreed upon rate minimally 5% of the initial principal.

  • Two types of Charitable Remainder Trusts:

    • Unitrust – Income fluctuates annually with the fair market value of the trust.

    • Annuity trust – Income payments are fixed and determined when the gift is made.


Illustrations

Illustrations

Planned Giving staff can prepare a Life Income Agreement benefits illustration for you


Donor advised funds

Donor Advised Funds

Establishing a DAF is like having a private foundation without the hassles and paperwork that go along with operating one.

  • Group account (From two to four account-holders, expected to last in perpetuity)

  • Individual account (One account-holder and a spouse, possibility of transferring account-holder status to child or children, remainder to charity)


Named funds

Named Funds

  • $25,000 – establishes Named Fund to provide general support for The Rotary Foundation’s programs

  • $50,000 – endowment for scholarships or matching grants

  • $150,000 – restricted endowment, a project within a program of your choice


Ira roll over option

IRA Roll-over Option

  • Individuals who are 70 ½ at the time of the gift may annually donate up to $100,000 from their Individual Retirement Account (IRA) directly to The Rotary Foundation

  • This gift can be made without increasing federal gross income for that tax year

  • Available from now until 31 December 2007 only


Testamentary gifts

Testamentary Gifts

Testamentary Gift options:

  • Benefactor

  • Bequest Society

  • Making a gift of Life Insurance

  • Gifts that benefit The Rotary Foundation after the donor’s death.


Benefactors and recognition

Benefactors and Recognition

  • A Benefactor is an individual or couple that has made a provision in their estate plan to gift a minimum $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.

Benefactor Commitment Card: 149-EN


Leaving a legacy of hope the bequest society

Leaving a Legacy of Hope – The Bequest Society

  • Bequest Society member is an individual or couple that has made a provision in their estate plan to gift a minimum $10,000 to TRF.

Bequest Society Membership Card: 098-EN


Bequest society recognition

Bequest Society Recognition

Bequest Society Level 1

US$10,000 – 24,999.99 One Diamond Circle Pin

Bequest Society Level 2

US$25,000 – 49,999.99 Two Diamond Circle Pin

Bequest Society Level 3

US$50,000 – 99,999.99 Three Diamond Circle Pin

Bequest Society Level 4

US$100,000 – 499,999.99 Four Diamond Circle Pin

Bequest Society Level 5

US$500,000 – 999,999.99 Five Diamond Circle Pin

Bequest Society Level 6

US$1,000,000 Plus Six Diamond Circle Pin


Planned giving resources

Planned Giving Resources

www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/foundation/development.html


Planned giving newsletter

Planned Giving Newsletter

VISIONS is a semi-annual Planned Giving publication, available for download on the Rotary website.


What every rotarian can do

What Every Rotarian Can Do

  • Discuss your estate plans with your spouse and children

  • Become a Benefactor

  • Talk with your financial planner about the benefits of Planned Giving

  • Contact Planned Giving staff at TRF to discuss specifics about your estate planning situation


Thank you for your support

Thank you for your Support

As of December 2006 there are:

  • Over 72,000 Benefactors

  • Over 5,000 Bequest Society Members

Please consider becoming a supporter of the TRF Permanent Fund by leaving a personal legacy with Rotary.


You are a part of the rotary family

You are a part of the Rotary Family.

Thank you

for your support

Plan now to be a part of it forever.


For additional information

For additional information

Please contact:

Karena J. Bierman, J.D.

Senior Planned Giving Officer

(847) 866-3100 (Phone)

(847) 328-4101 (Fax)

[email protected]


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