District 7600 Foundation Workshop The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
Bill Boyd2011-12 Foundation Trustee ChairRI President 2006-07Howick, Auckland, New Zealand
Are Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation one and the same organization ? • Is every relatively new Rotarian supposed to know all this stuff ?
Rotary InternationalMission Statement The mission of Rotary International, a worldwide association of Rotary Clubs, is to provide serviceto others, to promote high ethical standards, and to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional and community leaders.
TRF Mission Statement The mission of the Rotary Foundation is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty. Doing Good in the World
Who says supporting the Foundation is not sexy?
Foundation Programs Humanitarian Grants Program • Matching Grants • District Simplified Grants • Disaster Recovery Grants Educational Programs • Group Study Exchange • Ambassadorial Scholars • Rotary Peace Centers and Peace Fellows Polio Plus Foundation Alumni
Foundation Funds Support for the Foundation programs comes from: • Annual Programs Fund For Support Today • Permanent Fund To Secure Tomorrow • PolioPlus Fund
Rotary Foundation FundingTwo Needs, Two Ways 1 - Annual Programs Fund (APF)–For Support Today 2 - Permanent Fund - To Secure Tomorrow District Designated Fund(DDF) TRF Program Funding World Fund RotarianDonations Spendable Earnings
SHARE 2010-11 Annual Programs Fund contributions in 2007-08 $525,140 Invested for 3 years 50% sent to the District 50% to the World Fund $290,705 - District Designated Funds (DDF) 2010-11 50% of 2007-08 annual giving ($262,570) plus carry forward balance ($28,135)
DDF 2010-11 $ 291,889 Allocate two years prior (committee) Polio Plus$ 10,000 Ambassadorial Scholarship $ 50,000 - 2 scholars at $25,000 each (now $27,000) Rotary Peace Centers – PeaceBuilder District $ 25,000 - $50,000 commitment payable over 2 years Group Study Exchange $ 13,990 District Simplified Grant (max is 20% of DDF) $ 52,174 - maximum 20% of DDF Matching Grants (DDF match on 8 grants) $113,615 Japan & Pacific Islands Disaster Recovery Fund $ 5,000 Southern US Tornado Disaster Recover Fund $ 5,000 Total Distributed $274,779 Carry forward to 2011-12 $ 17,120
DDF 2011-12 $ 273,475 Allocate two years prior (committee) Polio Plus$ 52,000 Ambassadorial Scholarship $ 26,000 - Donated scholarship to D7030 (Southern Caribbean) Rotary Peace Centers – PeaceBuilder District $ 25,000 - $50,000 commitment payable over 2 years Group Study Exchange (seminar and training) $ 2,000 District Simplified Grant (max is 20% of DDF) $ 51,271 - maximum 20% of DDF Matching Grants Need grants!! Total Distributed $156,271 Available DDF $117,204
#39 2010-11, #31 2009-10, #20 2008-09, #31 2007-08, #42 2006,07, #44 2005-06
Total TRF contributions from Clubs and Rotarians in District 7600 since 1917 Over $9.8 million Over 5,300 Paul Harris Fellows 668 Benefactors 62 Major Donors 55 Bequest Society 90 Paul Harris Society members 186 Scholars sponsored 32 Group Study Exchanges Over 44 Matching Grants 153 District Simplified Grants
Areas of Focus 2011-12 TRF Trustee Chair Bill Boyd said the areas of focus under the Future Vision Plan allow Rotarians to carry out projects with a common purpose, in a way that will benefit as many people as possible. • Peace and conflict resolution/prevention • Disease prevention and treatment • Water and sanitation • Maternal and child health • Basic education and literacy • Economic and community development
Foundation Banquet Join us as we recognize Foundation month, give out Foundation awards and recognition for the 2010-11 Rotary year, and celebrate our support of The Rotary Foundation Wednesday November 16th Colonial Heritage, Williamsburg Keynote speaker Mike McGovern RI Vice President 2008-09
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