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What is the Annual Programs Fund (APF)?. The Annual Programs Fund addresses Rotary’s need to support the day-to-day functioning of a wide range of programs throughout the world. Humanitarian Programs (Health, Hunger, Wells) Simplified Grants (Local Community no RI Match )

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what is the annual programs fund apf

What is the Annual Programs Fund (APF)?

The Annual Programs Fund addresses Rotary’s need to support the day-to-day functioning of a wide range of programs throughout the world.

Humanitarian Programs (Health,

Hunger, Wells)

Simplified Grants (Local Community

no RI Match)

Educational (Ambassadorial, Teachers,

Peace and Conflict Resolution)

who can donate to the annual program fund

Who can donate to the Annual Program Fund?

Anyone!

Rotarians

Non-Rotarians

Clubs

Businesses

who is a sustaining member of the rotary foundation

Who is a sustaining member of the Rotary Foundation?

A Rotarian who donates at least $100.00 per year into their Rotary Annual Giving Account.

Once $1,000.00 has been donated, the account holder can be awarded a Paul Harris Fellow.

$10,000.00 into the account results in

Major Donor status

what happens to our donations

What happens to our Donations?

Any donation to the Annual Programs Fund during the Rotary year 2006-2007 will be spend able as of July 1, 2009.

Why

The interest from donations pays the expense of the Foundation. 100% of donations go to Rotary projects.

what happens to the money then

What happens to the money then?

50% of the funds remain in the Rotary World Fund to sponsor Rotary projects and matching grants.

50% is returned as a credit to the District Designated Fund (DDF)

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What happens to the money then?

Based on our new Revenue Sharing Plan,

80% of the District Designated Fund go to

the club who made the donation as a credit.

Clubs can then allocate their money to:

Humanitarian Grants

Simplified Grants

Educational Scholarships.

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The District keeps 20%

to fund district projects.

  • Ambassadorial Scholarships
  • University Teachers Scholarships
  • Peace and Conflict Resolution Scholarships
  • Grants
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How Revenue Sharing Works!

Your club gives $5,000.00 to the Annual Programs Fund. Three years later:

The World Fund keeps $2,500.

The District Designated Fund (DDF)receives a credit from the World Fund for $2,500.

Your club receives a credit from the District Designated Fund for $2,000.00.

The District keeps $500.00 for

district projects.

what can you do with the 2 000

What can you do with the $2,000.?

You have the option to allocate some or all of your funds to a Humanitarian Grant.

You have the option to allocate some or all your funds to an Educational Scholarship.

You have the option to allocate up to 25% or $500.00 for a Simplified Grant.

show me the money

Show me the money!

Your club applies for a Humanitarian Grant.

Your DDF Credit $2,000.

RI Matches your DDF Credit $2,000.

You have towards a grant $4,000.

The World Funds keeps $500.00 for RI projects.

The District keeps $500.00 for District Projects.

Original donation was $5,000.00

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Show me the money!

Your club applies for a Simplified Grant and a Humanitarian Grant.

Simplified Grant 25% $ 500.

Humanitarian Grant $1,500.

RI Matches Humanitarian Grant $1,500.

World Fund keeps $1,000.

District keeps $ 500.

Clubs Original Donation $5,000.

clubs partnering on match grants

Clubs Partnering on Match Grants

RI will only fund a grant if it puts up $5,000.00 matching funds.

Thanks to Revenue Sharing all clubs will now be able to participate in matching grants.

Clubs now have a golden opportunity to partner with one or more clubs or districts to participate in the matching grant process.

your responsibilities as the annual giving chair for your club

Your responsibilities as the Annual Giving Chair for your Club

Promote Annual Giving in your club.

Work with the District Annual Giving Committee to learn more about the APF.

Educate your club members about the Annual Programs Fund.

Create new ways to fund Annual Giving

what if

What if?

Rather than your club giving $5,000.00 and receiving $4,000.00 in grants, your club gave $10,000.00 and received $8,000.00 in grants.

Would this create more excitement and enthusiasm in your club?

Would a larger grant create a bigger impact with the project you are working with?

how to increase your clubs annual giving

How to increase your clubs Annual Giving!

Encourage each member to become a sustaining member.

Encourage your club to match each members donation.

Encourage your club to allocate a percentage of fundraisers to the Annual Programs Fund.

Encourage members to be a PHF

resources

Resources

Your district Annual Giving Committee.

The RI Website.

The Rotary Club Foundation Committee Guide.