The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Mission Statement
The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International Mission Statement The mission of The Rotary Foundation is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of
education, and the alleviation of poverty. Your Foundation Your Foundation operates because of both program participation and Rotarian financial contributions. Programs and Funding The Rotary Foundation programs include: Humanitarian Grants Program Educational Programs
PolioPlus Support for these programs comes from: The Annual Programs Fund The Permanent Fund The PolioPlus Fund PolioPlus Program PolioPlus is Rotary's priority program that supports global efforts to eradicate polio.
Get Involved There are several ways to get involved with PolioPlus: Promote awareness of Rotary's polio eradication efforts in the media. Help end polio by contributing to
Rotarys US$100 Million Challenge. Request a club program on PolioPlus Humanitarian Grants Program The Humanitarian Grants Program provides grants to fund club and district service projects in local and international communities. Humanitarian Grants
Program Matching Grants support international service projects involving Rotary clubs or districts in two or more countries. Volunteer Service Grants subsidize travel for humanitarian service in Rotary countries. District Simplified Grants support short-term humanitarian projects that benefit the community. Health, Hunger, and Humanity Grants (3-H) fund long-term, self-help, and grassroots development projects.
Get Involved There are several ways to get involved with the Humanitarian Grants Program: Initiate a Matching Grant project. Sponsor a Volunteer Service Grant applicant.
Ask your district to support a local project with a District Simplified Grant. Educational Programs Educational Programs provide funding for students, faculty, and young professionals to serve abroad. Educational Programs Group Study Exchange provides a unique cultural and vocational exchange opportunity for young professionals.
Ambassadorial Scholarships provide opportunities for students to study abroad and serve as ambassadors of goodwill. Rotary Centers for International Studies provide opportunities for fellows to study international relations and peace and conflict resolution. Rotary Grants for University Teachers provide opportunities for higher education faculty to teach at colleges and universities in developing countries. Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies Program provides a course in peace studies, conflict resolution, and mediation aimed at professionals.
Foundation Alumni Participants in the Foundations Educational Programs are considered alumni, along with certain recipients of Humanitarian Grants. Rotary Foundation alumni are a valuable resource to Rotary and should be considered: For Rotary club membership As potential contributors to the Foundation Potential speakers at club and district events As partners in service for Rotary club projects
Get Involved There are several ways to get involved with Educational Programs: Sponsor a scholarship applicant to compete at the
district level. Host a visiting GSE team member in your home or business. Recommend alumni for membership. Invite a current scholar or alumnus to speak to your club. Financial Support Rotarian contributions fund Rotary Foundation programs. Gifts can be made to two funds:
For support today To secure tomorrow SHARE SHARE is the system which districts use to participate in Rotary Foundation programs.
Each district's contributions to the Annual Programs Fund are split, with 50 percent going to the district (District Designated Fund), which can be spent on programs of the districts choice, and 50 percent going to The Rotary Foundation (World Fund), which funds programs for which every district may apply. Rotary Foundation Funding District Designated
Fund (DDF) Rotarian Donations World Fund Spendable Earnings
TRF Program Funding Your Foundation Makes a Difference Rotarian financial support and active involvement result in: Vaccinations against polio
Clean drinking water Education International understanding Sustainable agriculture Life-saving surgery and medical care Resources The following resources are available on the RI Web site:
Rotary Foundation Facts Rotary Foundation Quick Reference Guide Rotary Foundation Annual Report Rotary E-Learning Center
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