District Rotary Foundation
The Rotary Foundation Committee is chaired by Past District Governor Chuck Root. Contact Chuck
The Rotary Foundation Committee is made up of the following subcommittees: Fund Development, Grants, and Stewardship.
- Overview Fund Development – The Fund Development subcommittee is responsible for all fundraising activities of the District. It is directly responsible for the development and implementation of the annual giving plan including Annual Fund, PolioPlus, Paul Harris Society, and the Endowment Fund. The subcommittee creates and overseas the implementation of a strategic approach to annual fundraising goals as established by the DGE and the District Rotary Foundation Committee (DRFC). Membership is comprised of a subcommittee chair appointed by the DRFCC and DGE, Chairs of Annual Giving, PolioPlus, Paul Harris Society, Endowment Fund along with others are appointed by the chair of the subcommittee. Go to:
- Annual Giving
- Polio Plus Society
- Paul Harris Society
- Endowment Fund
GRANTS – Rotary Foundation grants support Rotarians and Rotary clubs in their educational and humanitarian efforts both locally and around the world.
To assist clubs we have formed the following subcommittees:
- Club Project Grants (District Grants) – Overview, Apply for Grant
- Global Grants – Overview, Apply for Grant
- Global Grant Scholarships – Overview, Apply for Scholarship
- VTT / GSE (Vocational Training Teams / Group Study Exchange)
- Grants Committee
STEWARDSHIP – The district stewardship subcommittee works with the District Foundation Treasurer and is responsible for ensuring the careful management of Rotary Foundation grant funds and for education of Rotarians on proper and effective grant management. Ensures implementation of proper stewardship and grant management practices for all club and district sponsored grants, including reports to The Rotary Foundation on the grants; and that everyone involved in a grant avoids any actual or perceived conflict of interest. The subcommittee assures that all clubs receiving TRF funds are fully qualified.
One Student, One Project at a time
Health , Education, Community Development
Doing Good in the World
The Rotary Foundation uses generous donations to fund projects by Rotarians and our partners in communities around the world. As a nonprofit, all of the Foundation’s funding comes from voluntary contributions made by Rotarians and friends who share our vision of a better world.