RI Mission Statement “Service Above Self” The mission of Rotary International, a worldwide association of Rotary Clubs, is to provide service to 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”
If you want to help deliver healthy babies! If you want to be ‘this close’ to eradicating Polio!
Stronger clubs IF YOU WANT: Better projects Increased contributions Greater impact Enhanced public image Increased membership and donor base Greater global reach
If this is WHY you believe, then be a part of…. The Rotary Foundation • To make a difference • To be part of something bigger than yourself • To leave a legacy • To take ownership of ‘your’ Foundation!
Over the last three years, District 7600 has given in contributions to TRF…… Over $2 million Over the last three years, Rotarians world-wide have given in contributions to TRF…… Over $650 million
Foundation Funds Support for the Foundation programs comes from: • Annual Fund For Support Today • Endowment Fund To Secure Tomorrow • PolioPlus Fund
Do you know about….? • Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member, Every Rotarian-Every Year, Paul Harris Society, Major Donor • Benefactor, Bequest Society • End Polio Now Campaign
$492 in 2012-13 $ $246,000 SHARE: Foundation Donation Flow $ 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 $246,000 50% to District Designated Fund 50% to World Fund Matches 1:1 DDF $ and 50% of cash $ $122,800 $122,800 Up to ½ to District Grants (No TRF Match) At least ½ to Global Grants
Areas of Focus Peace and Conflict Prevention / Resolution Disease Prevention and Treatment Water and Sanitation Maternal and Child Health Basic Education and Literacy Economic and Community Development
In the last three years, District 7600 has received and spent over $770,000 in TRF grant funds for service projects throughout the world…… “Doing Good in the World”
District Grants Educational and humanitarian activities consistent with the mission Single “block” grant awarded annually Smaller activities and projects Local or international activities District 7600 $5,000 maximum per club, must be aligned with area focus (up to $25,000 by partnering with other clubs)
Global Grants Long-term projects Larger grant awards Sustainable, measurable outcomes Alignment with areas of focus Vocational Training Teams Scholars World Fund match $0.50:$1 match for club contributions $1:$1 match for District Designated Funds (DDF)
XXXXX Rotary Club • Membership: 2013-14 = XX; 2014-15 = XX; 2015-16 = XX • Annual Fund Giving: • 2015-16: Goal = $xxxxx / PolioPlus Goal = $xxxxx • 2014-15: Goal = $xxxx/Actual = $xxx(xx%) + $xxxx pp • 2013-14: Goal = $xxxx/Actual = $xxxx (xx%)+ $xxxx pp • Rotary Foundation District Grants • 2015-16: ($122,000) = ??? • 2014-15: ($120,000) = ???? • 2013-14: ($116,000) = ???? • Rotary Foundation Global Grants • No record of a Global Grant