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  1. THE ROTARY FOUNDATIONof Rotary International eLearning SHARE / District Leadership exit eLearning 2005 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

  2. Main Menu Press Esc any time to exit the course 1 2 SHARE District Leadership The 3-Year Cycle !

  3. SHARE What does it do? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE transforms TRF contributions into Ambassadorial Scholarships, Matching Grants projects, Group Study Exchanges and more. SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE on the web

  4. SHARE Why is it called SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? Rotarians SHARE their resources with their fellow Rotarians. SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? The Trustees SHARE some decision-making with the districts. SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? SHARE? Rotarians SHARE Rotary with the world through their Foundation. SHARE on the web

  5. SHARE The 3-Year Cycle TRF operates on a unique funding cycle, using contributions for program activities three years after they are collected The three-year cycle gives districts time for program planning and participant selection TRF uses the earnings from SHARE’s 3-year investment cycle to pay for administration

  6. 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Funds available for planning decisions 1 Oct. Scholars application due Funds used for Foundation programs Funds Raised 1 Oct. Extra GSE application 1 March: Donate scholarship 31 March: DSG requests due SHARE How it works

  7. Invested for 3 Years Donations by 30 June DDF used 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08 2006-07 1July 1 July 1 July SHARE How it works Unused DDF transferred to next year (Districts notified in August)

  8. SHARE Keeping Track of Your SHARE Balance Districts are expected to plan for and track the use of their DDF. TRF also tracks the use of all districts’ DDF. Districts can check their current “account balance” by contacting the Foundation’sSHARE coordinator.

  9. SHARE Click here to contact the SHARE Coordinator SHARE@rotaryintl.org

  10. Important Dates in the SHARE Cycle Date Action SHARE packet mailed to DRFC Chair January 1 March Deadline for submission of SHARE Scholarship donations 1 July Ambassadorial Scholarships, Rotary Word Peace Scholarship, and University Teacher grant applications due 31 March District Simplified Grant requests for the next Rotary year are due SHARE

  11. SHARE Who is Involved in SHARE Planning: • DRFC Chair • Signature required for DDF use • Works with district team to plan DDF use • District Governor • Provides leadership and direction to DRFC Chair and all committee

  12. SHARE Who is Involved in SHARE Planning: • District Rotary Foundation Committee (DRFC) • Each of the 7 subcommittees focus on their assigned areas of responsibility • DRFC chair is ex-officio members of all subcommittee test Test your SHARE IQ

  13. SHARE The District Team • District Governor • District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair • District Rotary Foundation Subcommittee Chairs • District Governor-Elect • Other knowledgeable Rotarians

  14. Scholarships PolioPlus Group Study Exchange Alumni Annual Giving Grants Permanent Fund 7 Subcommittees District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair

  15. SHARE TEST SHARE is best described as: (Click the correct button) The Society of Honorary Active Rotarian Enthusiasts The system by which Matching Grant partners is coordinated The system through which Foundation contributions are transformed into Humanitarian and Educational programs The Foundation’s program for sharing project ideas 1

  16. SHARE TEST The earnings from SHARE’s 3-year investment are: (Click the correct button) transferred to the Permanent Fund used to pay for Foundation administration used for Polio eradication used to pay Trustee expenses 2

  17. SHARE TEST What happens to unused DDF at the end of the Rotary Year? (Click the correct button) It is rolled over to the district’s available DDF for the next year It is diverted to the Scholarships Fund Pool for Low-income Countries It is used for Foundation Administration 3 It is returned to the district as cash

  18. That’s correct! Now click here for the next question. next 1 eLearning 2005 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

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  20. That’s correct! Now click here to continue with the course. next 3 eLearning 2005 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

  21. District Leadership District Rotary Foundation Committee • Consists of: • 1 Chairperson • 7 Subcommittee chairpersons • District Governor (ex-officio member) District Structure Support Structure

  22. District Leadership DRFC Chairperson • Works with subcommittee chairs under DG’s leadership to plan, coordinate and evaluate all TRF activities in the district • Districts will not have DDF access until DRFC Chair is appointed • Must have significant knowledge of, commitment to, and experience with TRF activities • 3-year term to ensure continuity

  23. District Leadership DRFC Chairperson • Works with DRFC members to identify and distribute SHAREDistrict Designated Funds • Signs and submits SHARE applications on behalf of the entire committee • Ensures satisfactory final reports on Foundation programs activities are submitted on time • Encourages contributions to the Annual Programs fund from Every Rotarian Every Year

  24. District Governor District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair District Subcommittees District Structure

  25. Trustees RRFCs FARG Major Gift Advisors National Advisors District DRFC District DRFC District DRFC Support Structure

  26. District Leadership DRFC Subcommittees • Each of the 7 subcommittees have unique responsibilities • Performs community needs assessment • Grants subcommittee must review and certify all Humanitarian Grants applications before they are submitted to TRF

  27. Scholarships PolioPlus Group Study Exchange Alumni Annual Giving Grants Permanent Fund 7 Subcommittees District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair

  28. RRFCs Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinators As the leading Foundation volunteers in the field, the RRFC is the Foundation expert in the region. They promote financial and program support for TRF, & train the District team on Foundation programs 42 RRFCs cover the world, and serve a three-year term RRFCs info on the Web

  29. RRFCs Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinators • 3 Fundamental Elements: • Promoting financial support for TRF • Promoting program support for TRF • Training district Foundation team about TRF test Test your District Leadership IQ

  30. District Leadership TEST The District Rotary Foundation Committee (DRFC) consists of what members: (Click the correct button) 1 Trustee, the District Governor and 4 RRFCs DRFC Chair, DG, DGE, and the Grants subcommittee chair DRFC Chair, 7 Subcommittee chairs, and the DG as ex officio member It depends on who the DG appoints to the Committee 1

  31. District Leadership TEST Districts must have a DRFC chair appointed in order to receive what? (Click the correct button) Access their SHARE DDF Paul Harris Fellow recognitions Eligibility for Trustee service awards Humanitarian Grants payments 2

  32. District Leadership TEST Who is the most powerful Foundation leader in the District? (Click the correct button) The District Governor The District Rotary Foundation Committee Chairperson The Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator No one; there are no position of power in Rotary, only position with different degrees of responsibility 3

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  34. That’s correct! Now click here for the next question. next 1 eLearning 2005 The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

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  37. Finished? Have you completed both tests? yes no exit

  38. CONGRATULATIONS! You have completed the SHARE / District Leadership Exams Please send an email to TRFelearning@rotaryintl.org to verify completion. In the subject line write: “I am a SHARE and District Leadership Expert” exit