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The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International RRFC Zone 20A Joshua Hassan

The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International RRFC Zone 20A Joshua Hassan

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The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International RRFC Zone 20A Joshua Hassan

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  1. The Rotary Foundationof Rotary InternationalRRFC Zone 20AJoshua Hassan

  2. The Rotary Foundation

  3. Learning Objectives • Identify the principal programs and activities of The Rotary Foundation. • Understand how contributions to the Annual Programs Fund support Foundation programs. • Identify the role of the club’s Rotary Foundation committee. • Select appropriate committee members

  4. Responsibilities • Achieve club Foundation goals for the coming year. • Educate and train club members about the Foundation. • Encourage club members to participate in Foundation programs and support the Foundation financially. • Communicate the Foundation goals of the district and the Trustees to club members

  5. Role • Develop and implement plans to support The Rotary Foundation through programs and financial contributions.

  6. The Rotary Foundation Mission To enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty.

  7. Doing Good in the World

  8. The Rotary Foundation Programs PolioPlus Educational Programs Humanitarian Grants Program

  9. The Rotary Foundation in Action Ending Polio

  10. Educational Programs • Ambassadorial Scholarships • Group Study Exchange (GSE) • Rotary Centers for International Studies in peace and conflict resolution • Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies (Chulalongkorn University)

  11. The Rotary Foundation in Action Supporting Education

  12. Humanitarian Grants Program • Matching Grants - $5,000 to $25, 000 • Competitive Matching Grants - $25, 001 to $150, 000 • District Simplified Grants – 20% of DDF

  13. Standards for Humanitarian Grants • Involve active participation of Rotarians • Assist in the development of stronger Rotary networks • Demonstrate commitment to stewardship of Rotary Foundation funds • Address a humanitarian need

  14. Stewardship • Ensure oversight of the project. • Conduct all financial transactions in a business-like manner. • Report any improper use of funds immediately. • Implement projects as they were approved. • Submit complete reports on the project’s program and financial activities.

  15. The Rotary Foundation Committee • Resource for helping you achieve Foundation goals • Educates Rotarians about The Rotary Foundation • Develops and carries out plans to support the Foundation through financial contributions and club participation in Foundation programs

  16. Rotary Foundation Alumni • Club-level Foundation resource • Advocates for The Rotary Foundation • Potential Rotarians • Potential donors

  17. Rotary Foundation Funding District Designated Fund(DDF) TRF Program Funding World Fund RotarianDonations Interest

  18. Two Needs, Two Ways of Giving For support today To secure tomorrow

  19. Every Rotarian, Every Year 1. Encourage every Rotarian to contribute to the Foundation’s Annual Programs Fund every year. 2. Express appreciation to Rotarians who contribute to The Rotary Foundation. 3. Ask contributors to share their reasons for contributing.


  21. :-- You are more fortunate If you have Money in the Bank. Money - in your Wallet. Mone - in your Wall and spare change. Money for a Tokumbo car You are amongst the top 8% of the World’s Wealthy

  22. If you have FOOD in the Fridge Clothes on your rack a ROOF over your head and a PLACE to sleep Roof over your head Youare richer than75% of thisworld Running Water in the Bath

  23. If you have Cell phone Credit cards Youare theamongst top5% world’swealthy Car Computer Own House

  24. Most of us come under this fortunate categories Thanks to Society for making us what we are today so let us repay our debt to the community by Sharing Rotary

  25. Is It enough tobe rich in this world ? Ask yourself what is your life worth at the END

  26. What will matter is not what you bought, but what you built; not what you got, but what you gave. What will matter is not your success, but your significance. Rotary gives you this opportunity


  28. Your Rotary Foundation Needs Your Support

  29. The Rotary Foundationof Rotary International ?

  30. The Echo of Life • If you want more love, give more love! • If you want more kindness, give more kindness • Life always gives you back what you give out.

  31. LET US THANK GOD FOR HIS GRACE & BLESSINGS and for making us what we are today. We are so blessed in ways We may never even know. A Blessing cannot be kept. If it stops with you, Then the Blessing will disappear.

  32. . • So let us Repay the Blessings bestowed unto us & contribute to The Rotary Foundation so that others will benefit as we strive in • BUILDING COMMUNITIES • BRIDGING CONTINENTS

  33. Our Rotary Foundation Needs Our Support

  34. The Rotary Foundationof Rotary International ?