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Zonta International Foundation. 2012-2014 Biennium 2013 Area Meeting Kim Vann, Foundation Ambassador. Who said this?. How wonderful is it that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world? Anne Frank. Down to business…. 2012-2014 Foundation Fundraising Goals

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zonta international foundation

Zonta International Foundation

2012-2014 Biennium

2013 Area Meeting

Kim Vann, Foundation Ambassador

who said this
Who said this?

How wonderful is it that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world?

Anne Frank

down to business
Down to business…

2012-2014 Foundation Fundraising Goals

International Service Fund $2,000,000

ZISVAW Fund $1,162,000

Amelia Earhart Fellowship Fund $700,000

Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship Fund $232,000

Young Women in Public Affairs Award $144,000

Rose Fund, (Annual Operating and Program Support Fund) $700,000

Total $4,938,000

That’s an increase of $1,180,000

from the past biennium

where is the money going
Where is the money going?

$2 Million to the International Service Program Fund

Liberia Fistula Program $1 million to UNFPA

(United Nations Population Fund)

Elimination of New Pediatric HIV Infection and Prevention and Response to Survivors of Domestic and Gender Based Violence in Rwanda

$1 million to UNICEF

(United Nations Children's Fund)

ZI has supported both of these projects since 2008

liberia fistula program
Liberia Fistula Program
  • Plans to integrate treatment into the government’s national health system
  • Support for women with unsuccessful surgeries or inoperable fistulas.
  • Goal: to ELIMINATE obstetric fistula in Liberia!
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Elimination of New Pediatric HIV Infection and Prevention and Response to Survivors of Domestic and Gender Based Violence in Rwanda
  • President Lynn McKenzie’s recent trip-www.zonta.org

-Edutainment

-One Stop Centre

-SMS mobile phones

-PMTCT Centre

-Family package programs

  • At critical turning point- Government of Rwanda calling to ELIMINATE MTCT of HIV by 2015!

This would achieve an HIV-free

generation by 2015

zisvaw funding
ZISVAW Funding

$1,162,000 divided among 3 projects

~Mass Communication with a Purpose: Global Partnership on Edutainment for Social Change

$802,124

~Safe Cities for Women in Honduras

$250,000

~Empowering Women in Rural Samoa to

Combat Violence

$109,876

mass communication with a purpose global partnership on edutainment for social change
Mass Communication with a Purpose: Global Partnership on Edutainment for Social Change

What is EDUTAINMENT??

~Short for Entertainment Education

~Word first used by the Walt Disney Company in 1948 to describe the True Life Adventures series.

~It combines traditional and contemporary media- which proves to be cost-effective and efficient.

mass communication with a purpose global partnership on edutainment for social change1
Mass Communication with a Purpose: Global Partnership on Edutainment for Social Change
  • Goals:
  • To raise awareness in the community of violence against women by challenging existing norms and attitudes that condone and endorse violence against women.
  • First Target: Bangladesh and Nigeria
  • Second year targets based on lessons learned from year one: Afghanistan, Cambodia, Egypt, Mali, Niger, Pakistan, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan and Vietnam.
  • Visit www.youtube.com/user/LetsBreakThrough
safe cities for women in honduras
Safe Cities for Women in Honduras
  • Goal: UN Women will replicate the successful ZI program(2008-2012) Safe Cities Program for Guatemala and El Salvador for the women of Honduras.
  • Focus will be on two neighborhoods:

Tegucigalpa and Nueva Suyapa

Both areas lack basic resources

with rising crime to the over

50,000 inhabitants.

empowering women in rural samoa to combat violence
Empowering Women in Rural Samoa to Combat Violence
  • Partner with the Samoa Victim Support Group

Goals:

  • Build support networks for victims of violence
  • Provide Livelihood training by providing

25 “Stronger Community”

workshops

  • Reduce the use of

“traditional apology”

where are we now
Where are we now?

So far this biennium as of March 31st contributions are

$1,261,750.52

This compares to $1,235,765 contributed in March 2011; an increase of $25,985.52 .

March represents 42% of the Biennium, and current contributions are at 25.55% of goal.

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What about District 10?

Last biennium

$151,916.71

was given by D10 Zontians and clubs

As of March 31st we have given:

$70,705.66 (21 clubs)

Last biennium at this time we had given:

$64,644.22( 23 clubs)

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Something to think about…

We have given over $6000 MORE with two fewer clubs.

9% MORE giving with fewer members.

current standings
Current Standings
  • 4th in Giving among all the Districts
  • 4th in Giving to Amelia Earhart Fund
  • 1st in Giving to Jane Klausman
  • 2nd in Giving to YWPA
  • 8th in Giving to International Service
  • 2nd in Giving to ZISVAW
  • 6th in Giving as Individuals- 113 members
2013 area meeting giving
2013 Area Meeting Giving

Area 3 meeting, Brownsville, TX

11 individual donations for $1655 + Zonta Bingo game raised $140: $1795 total

Area 2 meeting, Lafayette, LA

23 individual donations : $2890 total

Area 1 meeting, Dallas, TX

34 individual donations: $2272 total

district 10 goals for new biennium
District 10 Goals for New Biennium
  • Continue our generosity
  • Increase number of individual donors
  • Strive for 100% individual giving at club level
  • All Clubs give 1/3 of service funds raised to Foundation
100 individual giving 2010 2012 biennium
100 % Individual Giving 2010-2012 Biennium

Zonta Club of Central Oklahoma

Zonta Club of Fort Worth

Zonta Club of Parker County

how to give
How to Give
  • Cash, Check, Money Order, bank draft, cashier’s check, wire transfer, Credit 
  • Recurring Gifts-monthly, quarterly
  • Tribute Gifts- Honorariums & Memorials
  • Employee Matching Gifts
  • Planned Gifts- The Mary E. Jenkins

1919 Society

  • Bequests
  • Life Insurance/retirement beneficiary
why give
Why Give?

I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.

~Maya Angelou