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District Designated Funds. Presented at Foundation Seminar. By Bob Shydo DDF Administrator. DDF. September 10, 2011. DDF Funding Cycle. Rotarians and clubs make contributions to the Annual Fund each year. After 3 Years: 50% of your club’s contributions goes to the World Fund

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district designated funds

District Designated Funds

Presented at

Foundation Seminar

By

Bob Shydo

DDF Administrator

DDF

September 10, 2011

ddf funding cycle
DDF Funding Cycle
  • Rotarians and clubs make contributions to the Annual Fund each year.
  • After 3 Years:
    • 50% of your club’s contributions goes to the World Fund
    • 50% of your club’s contributions comes back to the district as District Designated Funds (DDF)

With Revenue Sharing

    • 40% of your original contribution is allocated to your club by the district
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DDF Transfer Form – Transferring Club

All sections are required to be completed correctly for DDF Transfer to be processed

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Receiving District and Rotary Club are required to be completed correctly for DDF Transfer to be processed
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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Your club’s contribution year

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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Your club’s contribution amount to the

Annual Program Fund (APF)

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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Your club’s DDF rollover

from previous year

DDF rollover is an exception caused by circumstances

beyond the club’s control, such as grant rejection by RI

It is NOT rolled over because a club didn’t use its DDF

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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Rotary year for this DDF allocation report

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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Club’s allocated DDF for the designated Rotary year

(APF Giving Total x .40 = Allocated)

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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Club’s current available DDF

(Allocated + Rollover – any DDF transfers (grants, PP, GSE etc.))

(As of the “Last Update Date)

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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Date of last DDF Tracking Form update

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DDF Tracking Form Explained (continued)

Tracking for individual clubs

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DDF – Use it or Lose IT

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Use it or lose it.

more information on ddf
More Information on DDF
  • Come to the Grants & DDF breakout session

in Breakout Room “A”

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