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The Rotary Foundation 2012 CLTS The Rotary Foundation 2012 CLTS

Why The Rotary Foundation? n Our name is Rotary International n Rotary Club monitor Why The Rotary Foundation? n Our name is Rotary International n Rotary Club monitor “on the ground” n Tough reporting and checking system n Charity Navigator’s highest (4 -star) rating

Outline n Club Annual Giving Goals n Administrative Tools n Recognition n TRF Programs Outline n Club Annual Giving Goals n Administrative Tools n Recognition n TRF Programs n TRF Calendar

Club Annual Giving Goals n n Setting and meeting goals—Club Rotary Foundation Committee Manual Club Annual Giving Goals n n Setting and meeting goals—Club Rotary Foundation Committee Manual – 226 EEN Getting club buy-in Tips for rolling out club goals n Making giving easy n Recurring/automated giving: ROTARY-DIRECT n Promoting giving by club dues option n

Club Annual Giving Goals n Education Foundation Thoughts n November is Foundation Month—Plan Now Club Annual Giving Goals n Education Foundation Thoughts n November is Foundation Month—Plan Now n Speakers and Club Programs n Newsletters n District Foundation Newsletter n E-mails from TRF n

Annual Programs Fund Earnings pay for TRF administration YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 Annual Programs Fund Earnings pay for TRF administration YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 % 50 0% 5 SHARE District Designated Fund (DDF) World Fund

Administrative Tools n n n n Member Access—RI Website Monthly Contribution Report (MCR) Club Administrative Tools n n n n Member Access—RI Website Monthly Contribution Report (MCR) Club Recognition Summary (CRS) EREY Eligibility Report Global Contribution Form (Form 123 -EN) Recognition Transfer Form (Form 102 EN) Multiple Donor Form (Form 094 -EN)

Administrative Tools n Member Access—RI Website Go to www. rotary. org and click on Administrative Tools n Member Access—RI Website Go to www. rotary. org and click on “Member Access” at top right n Enter your user name (e-mail address) and password (if you do not have one or forgot it, click the appropriate box and a password will be sent to your email address within a few minutes) n Click “Sign-in” n

Administrative Tools Monthly Contribution Report (MCR) Administrative Tools Monthly Contribution Report (MCR)

Administrative Tools Club Recognition Summary (CRS) Administrative Tools Club Recognition Summary (CRS)

Administrative Tools EREY Eligibility Report Administrative Tools EREY Eligibility Report

Administrative Tools Contribution Form (Form 123 -EN) Administrative Tools Contribution Form (Form 123 -EN)

Administrative Tools Recognition Transfer Form (Form 102 -EN) Administrative Tools Recognition Transfer Form (Form 102 -EN)

Administrative Tools Multiple Donor Form (Form 094 -EN) Administrative Tools Multiple Donor Form (Form 094 -EN)

Individual Recognition (TRF) Paul Harris Fellow - $1, 000+ Major Donor - $10, 000+ Individual Recognition (TRF) Paul Harris Fellow - $1, 000+ Major Donor - $10, 000+

Individual Recognition (TRF) Benefactor - $1, 000+ Bequest Society - $10, 000+ Individual Recognition (TRF) Benefactor - $1, 000+ Bequest Society - $10, 000+

Individual Recognition (District) Triple Crown • Paul Harris Fellow • RF Sustaining Member • Individual Recognition (District) Triple Crown • Paul Harris Fellow • RF Sustaining Member • Benefactor Paul Harris Society - $1, 000+/year to APF

Recognition Points n n n Purpose: Allow one person to give, but another to Recognition Points n n n Purpose: Allow one person to give, but another to be recognized One point earned for each dollar given “Recognition Level”: Can be mixture of your dollars and another’s points to you Shows in column 4 of your Club Recognition Summary (CRS) PHF multiple level based on this mixture Only dollars count toward Major Donor status

Club Recognition 100% EREY Club • • $100+ Club Per Capita 100% Members Give Club Recognition 100% EREY Club • • $100+ Club Per Capita 100% Members Give Something to APF as of June 30 100% Sustaining Member Club • $100+ Club Per Capita • 100% Members Give $100+ to APF as of June 30 100% Paul Harris Fellow Club • 100% Members are Paul Harris Fellows as of Any Given Date

Club Recognition Top 3 Per Capita Giving Clubs Club Recognition Top 3 Per Capita Giving Clubs

Membership Impact n “Start” number (July 1 membership) Never changes during year n Used Membership Impact n “Start” number (July 1 membership) Never changes during year n Used to determine club’s per capita giving n n “End” number (June 30 membership) TRF makes name-by-name check n Used to determine 100% EREY and 100% Sustaining Member clubs (see EREY Eligibility Report for club status) n Pitfalls abound! Keep donations current with new members n

Club Recognition n TRF Elements in 2012 -13 RI Presidential Citation (do 3 activities Club Recognition n TRF Elements in 2012 -13 RI Presidential Citation (do 3 activities from list of 9 that includes the 4 below) Support Polio eradication by a public awareness or community fundraising initiative n Be 100% EREY Club on March 31 n Be 100% Sustaining Member Club on March 31 n Sponsor or host an Ambassadorial Scholar or Rotary Peace Fellow n

Club Recognition n TRF Elements in 2012 -13 Governor’s Citation (do 3 activities from Club Recognition n TRF Elements in 2012 -13 Governor’s Citation (do 3 activities from the list of 7 below) Attend Future Vision Seminar n Achieve $100, $200, or $300 per capita APF n Raise $2000 in Polio Bowl-a-thon pledges n Be 100% EREY Club on May 15 n Be 100% Sustaining Member Club on May 15 n Add 1 Paul Harris Society member n Add 1, 2, or 5 Benefactors n

TRF Programs n Humanitarian District Simplified Grants (DSG) n Matching Grants (MG) n Polio. TRF Programs n Humanitarian District Simplified Grants (DSG) n Matching Grants (MG) n Polio. Plus n n Educational Group Study Exchange (GSE) n World Peace Fellowships n Future Vision Scholarships n

TRF Programs District Simplified Grants n Support the service activities or humanitarian endeavors of TRF Programs District Simplified Grants n Support the service activities or humanitarian endeavors of Districts Local community n International community n n District: Up to 20% of DDF ($44, 862 in 2012 -13); $1000 maximum/club Club: Funds $100 Application deadline: August 15, 2012

TRF Programs Matching Grants n n n Address humanitarian needs that benefit a community TRF Programs Matching Grants n n n Address humanitarian needs that benefit a community Foundation provides $5, 000 - $200, 000 Matches Club (0. 5 to 1) or District (1 to 1) funds for project International partnership required Application window: July 1, 2012 – March 31, 2013

TRF Programs Polio. Plus n n n Gates grant match complete, but eradication isn’t TRF Programs Polio. Plus n n n Gates grant match complete, but eradication isn’t finished “We’re this close!” Still endemic in three countries: Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nigeria India polio-free! Clubs still have polio goal to finish job

TRF Programs Group Study Exchange n n Four to six weeks international cultural and TRF Programs Group Study Exchange n n Four to six weeks international cultural and vocational exchange of young business men and women Host district Rotarians provide lodging, meals, local travel Exchange in 2012 -13 is with Australia Application deadlines for Team Leader & Team Members are September 1, 2012 & September 15, 2012

TRF Programs World Peace Fellowships n Masters degree programs International Relations, or Peace and TRF Programs World Peace Fellowships n Masters degree programs International Relations, or Peace and Conflict Resolution n 60 fellows per year study at one of six Rotary Peace Centers (USA, England, Japan, Argentina, Australia, Sweden) n n n 3 -month certificate program - Thailand Application deadline was May 13, 2012

TRF Programs Future Vision Scholarships n n First Future Vision Plan impact on this TRF Programs Future Vision Scholarships n n First Future Vision Plan impact on this District’s TRF programs Caused by relatively long lead time between scholar selection and beginning of schooling

TRF Calendar n n n May 13, 2012 July 1, 2012 August 15, 2012 TRF Calendar n n n May 13, 2012 July 1, 2012 August 15, 2012 September 1, 2012 September 8, 2012 September 15, 2012 November 3, 2012 January 1, 2013 March 31, 2013 May 1, 2013 Peace Fellow Applications Matching Grant Window Opens Simplified Grant Applications GSE Team Leader Applications District Foundation Seminar GSE Team Member Applications Global Scholar Applications District Foundation Banquet Simplified Grant Progress Reports Matching Grant Window Closes Simplified Grant Final Reports

PDG Chuck Davidson District Rotary Foundation Chair Springfield Rotary Club chuck. nita@cox. net PDG Chuck Davidson District Rotary Foundation Chair Springfield Rotary Club chuck. [email protected] net