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The Rotary Foundation & Future Vision Plan

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PP June Jonet. The Rotary Foundation & Future Vision Plan. Rotary Foundation. TRF & Future vision plan 2012 – by PP June jonet. Lesson aids. Let’s make this session more engaging… Quick Quiz Role play Information giving, experiential sharing - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • PP June JonetThe Rotary Foundation & Future Vision PlanRotary FoundationTRF & Future vision plan 2012 by PP June jonet

  • Lesson aidsFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonetLets make this session more engagingQuick QuizRole playInformation giving, experiential sharingIf you have a difficult question, write your question and email [email protected] focus on what you want the basics, practicum on filling up forms, or the future vision?

  • Future vision plan 2011 by PP June jonetPOP QUIZ!Which of these fall under The Rotary Foundation? Annual Giving (EREY, PHF) Permanent Fund Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship Youth Exchange Programme Foundation of Rotary Clubs (S) Dollar to Dollar club funding Matching Grants (DDF & DSG) Donation to disaster relief Rotary World Peace Fellowship Volunteer service grants Club leadership plan Annual programs Fund SHARE

    District Dues Permanent Fund ROTAFOM Group Study Exchange Polio Plus Future Vision Plan clubs bursary fund TRF Alumni Club fees SINDEX 3-H grants shelterbox

  • Future vision plan 2011 by PP June jonetPOP QUIZ!Which of these fall under The Rotary Foundation?Annual Giving (EREY, PHF)Permanent FundRotary Ambassadorial ScholarshipGroup Study ExchangePolio PlusFuture Vision PlanMatching Grants (DDF & DSG)AlumniRotary World Peace FellowshipVolunteer service grants3-H grantsAnnual programs Fund SHARE

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  • The Foundations Motto and MissionDoing Good in the World

    to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.Future vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet

  • Growth of the Foundation19793-H grants and club partnership1985 PolioPlus campaign launched 1999Rotary Centers for International Studies2000 10,000 Matching Grants approved since 19652003 District Simplified Grants launched2004 Another 10,000 Matching Grants approved2005 Future Vision Committee begins2007 Gates $100 Million Challenge for polio2008Another 10,000 Matching Grants approved2009Gates commits additional $255 million for $200 Million Challenge2010Pilot phase of FVP with 100 districts2013Full implenation of FVPFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet

  • 2012-13 District TRF committeeFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonetChair - PDG David TongRotary Alumni- PDG Lim Hock Teck Annual Giving - PDG Edward Burongoh Permanent Fund - PDG Chris Chen Grants - PP K.B. Lee Scholarship - PDG John Cheah Future Vision Plan - PP June JonetGroup Study Exchange - PP John Ng

  • Rotary Foundation fundingFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet25min markInvestment Earnings

    District Designated Fund (DDF)

    TRF Program Funding

    SHARE

    World Fund

    Rotarian Contributions

  • Rotary Foundation fundingFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet25min mark

    TRF Program Funding

    Rotarian Contributions

  • Rotary Foundation fundingFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet25min markInvestment Earnings

    World Fund

    Rotarian Contributions

    SHARE

  • Rotary Foundation fundingFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet25min markInvestment Earnings

    TRF Program Funding

    World Fund

    Rotarian Contributions

    SHARE

  • Rotary Foundation fundingFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet25min mark

    SHARE

    Rotarian Contributions 3 years investmentInvestment Earnings

  • Rotary Foundation fundingFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet25min markInvestment Earnings

    District Designated Fund (DDF)

    TRF Program Funding

    SHARE

    World Fund

    Rotarian Contributions

  • Rotary Foundation fundingFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet25min markInvestment Earnings

    District Designated Fund (DDF)

    TRF Program Funding

    SHARE

    World Fund

    Rotarian Contributions

  • FUNDS & GRANT MODELSFuture vision plan 2011 by PP June jonetAnnual Programs FundAfter 3 years, 50% goes to world fund, 50% goes to your DDF

  • Rotary Foundation fundingAmbassadorial Scholarships funds USD24,000 per scholar per year. GSE programs receive USD11,000Grants for university teachers (USD24,000 for a professor to teach for 6-10 months in a developing countryMatching grants (usd 5,000-25,000)Competitive grants (usd25,001-150,000)Future vision plan 2011 by PP June jonet30min mark

    *Approximately 100 districts will be selected to to test the new grants model between 1 July 2010 and 30 June 2013.**Get the participants to sit in pairs, and fill up the blank paper with the answers**The Rotary Foundation is Rotarys charitable organization.

    The motto of The Rotary Foundation is doing good in the world.

    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.

    *Over the past three decades, Rotarians have increasingly relied on The Rotary Foundation to help them address humanitarian and educational needs locally and abroad.

    As Rotarians generously increased their giving to the Foundation and proposed additional ways to address humanitarian and educational needs, the Foundation responded by offering new programs.

    Some examples of this program growth include the establishment of Health, Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Grants in 1979 and the exponential growth in Matching Grants in the past 10 years. District Simplified Grants were created in 2003 and became a popular way for districts to distribute grant funds directly to clubs for projects in their own communities and abroad.

    However, it is the Foundations focused efforts on polio eradication that have led to its most internationally recognized accomplishments and attracted support and funding from governments, NGOs, and most recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has committed a total of $355 million to The Rotary Foundation.

    The growth in activity in the Educational and Humanitarian program areas has made it increasingly difficult for these programs to produce high impact, focused, and sustainable outcomes while providing timely service. As the Foundation adapted to the increasing numbers of grant requests, its processes became more complex, larger, and less efficient. Rotarians demand and deserve a more simple and more effective Foundation that builds on the lessons learned over the last 30 years.

    *A major objective of Future Vision is to strengthen the impact of the projects and activities conducted by Rotarians.

    Rotary Foundation Global Grants will enable Rotarians to identify projects that have greater impact on the beneficiaries by offering support in designing projects with sustainable outcomes. These projects will be developed in partnership with other clubs and districts.********Based on feedback from tens of thousands of Rotarians around the world who participated in surveys and focus groups: the Future Vision Plan has the following objectives:Strengthening the impact of club projects on beneficiariesSharpening the focus of overall grant activityIncrease the sense of ownership at the district and club levels by transferring more decisions to the districtsPartnering with other organizations on the corporate level to leverage foundation funding and Rotarys resources Simplifying the Foundation to help expedite grant processingIncreasing visibility and the image of Rotary locally and globally*What your contributions go towards.