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Title: District%207610%20Rotary%20Foundation%20Overview%20Giving%20and%20Grant%20Results%202013-14%20%20Ongoing%20Efforts%202014-15%20%20Foundation%20Seminar%20September%2013,%202014%20PDG%20Chuck%20Davidson,%20DRFC


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District 7610 Rotary Foundation Overview Giving
and Grant Results 2013-14 Ongoing Efforts
2014-15 Foundation SeminarSeptember 13,
2014PDG Chuck Davidson, DRFC
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Giving
  • Annual Fund (2013-14 final)
  • 597,678 (5.4 increase over 2012-13)
  • 271.67 per capita (!)
  • 1st in Zone, 1st in U.S., 9th in World
  • 1 Annandale (4,371.58)
  • 2 Burke (647.57)
  • 3 Vienna (513.39)
  • Annandale keeps Ylonen Cup
  • No APF zero-giving clubs
  • 24 EREY banner clubs, 15 100 SM banner clubs

3
Giving
  • Polio (2013-14 final)
  • 101,033 cash (2.6 decrease from 2012-13)
  • McLean led district with 27,045
  • 10,000 DDF donated
  • Total Giving (2013-14 final)
  • 759,011 cash (10.4 increase over 2012-13) (sum
    of Annual, Polio, Endowment, and Grants giving to
    TRF)
  • 35,000 DDF (25,000 to Peace Centers 10,000 to
    Polio)

4
Giving
  • Major Donors (2013-14)
  • 11 new MDs
  • 82 cumulative active total
  • Bequest Society (2013-14)
  • 8 new BS members
  • 51 cumulative active total

5
Giving
  • Paul Harris Society (2013-14)
  • 31 new PHS members
  • 206 cumulative total among active/honorary
    Rotarians
  • Benefactors (2013-14)
  • 12 new Benefactors
  • 240 cumulative active total

6
Grants
  • District (2013-14)
  • 86,255 spent on 28 projects from 44 clubs
  • Typically 2,000 per club (1,000 in 12-13)
  • Global (2013-14)
  • 6 new humanitarian grants involving 23 clubs,
    benefitting Cameroon, Zambia, India (2),
    Swaziland, South Africa
  • Used 119,344 of DDF on these 6

7
Scholars
  • 2013-14
  • One in South Africa (Fairfax) (Sophie McManus)
    Funded by Global Grant
  • One in England (Arlington) (Reagan Thompson)
    Funded by Global Grant
  • One at NVCC (McLean) (Amina Amisi)
    Funded by District Grant

8
Vocational Training Teams
  • 2013-14
  • MicheLo VTT to Swaziland to address literacy
    (train the trainer) and
    provide dental health
    support to a school for the
    disabled
  • Resulted from GSE visit
    to District 9250 in
    2006-07
  • Funded by Global Grant

9
Peace Fellows
  • 2013-14
  • One in Japan (Crystal City-Pentagon) (Sana
    Saeed)
  • 2014-15
  • One in Australia (Great Falls) (Nabi Sahak)

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Thank You!
11
Ongoing Efforts
  • 2014-15 District Grant Application
  • 41 clubs have submitted for 23 projects
  • Evaluating applications now all look acceptable
  • Still receiving late 2013-14 club reports
  • Foundation Grant Management Qualification
  • 40 clubs attended this session at May District
    Training Assembly some still owe signed MOU and
    Addendum
  • 15 clubs need todays final makeup session, 13
    are here
  • Foundation Goals in Rotary Club Central
  • Only 24 of 55 clubs (44) have entered Foundation
    goals
  • You can do this today during the Seminar!
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