District Foundation Scholarships

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ROTARY BASICS
FOUNDATION
SEMINAR
Foundation Mission Statement
To enable Rotarians to advance
World understanding, goodwill, and peace
through the improvement of health, the support of
education, and the alleviation of poverty.
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Agenda
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Intro & DDF – Greg Jones
District Grants – Raghada Khoury & Roger Schulte
Global Grants – Rene Fruto & Greg Jones
Polio Plus – Donald Tatera
Rotary Foundation Alumni – Fred Latuperissa
Encouraging APF Donations – Michael Driebe
Advanced Planning with Rotary – Michael Dunlap
Rotary 101 – Greg Jones
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Annual Fund Contributions
At the end of Rotary year, Annual Fund
SHARE are contributions split:
• 50% to the World Fund
• 50% credited to district’s DDF
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Permanent Fund Earnings
The Trustees determine the spendable
earnings. Contributions designated to
Permanent Fund-SHARE, the spendable
earnings are split:
• 50% to the World Fund
• 50% credited to district’s DDF
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District Designated Funds
50% of
contributions
3 years prior
District
Grants
DDF
Global
Grants
Transfer to
another
district
PolioPlus
Donations
Rollover and
Transfers
Unused DDF
rolls over to
next year
Rotary Peace
Centers
Donations
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District 5300 DDF in 2014/2015
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Two $30,000 Global Grant Rotary Scholars
$100,000 in Global Grants
$75,000 in District Grants
Two $5,000 District Grant Rotary Scholars
Polio Plus support
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2014/2015 District Grants
• $75,000 Available.
• Club must be qualified.
Two rounds of applications:
1. Allocated to clubs based on prior giving.
2. $1,000 per club for remaining amount.
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2014/2015 District Grants
• Reimbursement of club expense.
• Requirements:
– Must be new or expanded projects
– “Hands on” projects only
– Can be local or international
– Must comply with Rotary Terms &
Conditions
– Clubs can collaberate
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2014/2015 District Grants
• Apply on dacdb by September 15, 2014
• Second round starts after first round
processed.
• Make sure you can document your
expenditures.
• Contact Raghada Khoury for
information.
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
The Scholarship Award
• Two $5,000 college
scholarships
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
The Scholarship Award
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For this 2014-15 academic year
Interact and/or Rotaract involvement
Not from Rotarian families
Sponsored by a
“Qualified” Rotary Club
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
2014-15 Time Line
• July 31, 2014:
• Applications due
• August: Judging
• September 15-30:
• Applicants notified
• November:
• Scholarships released
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Application Documents
• Application Form
• Service activities
• Leadership roles
• 500 Word Essay
• Transcript
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
2014-15
• 11 Applicants
• 3 Winners
• 8 Judges (2 per
geographic area)
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
2014-15 Winners
• Andrew Wong
Rotary Club of Arcadia
Freshman at UC Berkley
• Sarah Price
Rotary Club of Rancho Cucamonga
Freshman at University of Miami
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
2014-15 Winners
• Evan Klouse
Rotary Club of Boulder City Sunrise
Freshman at University of Nevada,
Reno
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
NEXT YEAR Starts Now
• Forms on website January 31, 2015
Applications Open 1-31-15 until 7-31-15
• Inform Interacters & Rotaractors
• Assure your club is “Qualified”
• Encourage students to apply
• Select one candidate per club
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DISTRICT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Questions: Contact
• Roger Schulte, Chair
909.532.0673
[email protected]
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Areas of Focus
• Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
• Disease prevention and treatment
• Water and sanitation
• Maternal and child health
• Basic education and literacy
• Economic and community development
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Global Grants
• Six areas of focus only
• Must be sustainable, measurable, and
meet community needs
• Must identify a qualified international
partner early
• Collaboration between District 5300 Clubs
is strongly encouraged.
• Minimum project budget of $30,000
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“Drop Ship” International Projects
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2014/2015 Global Grants
• $100,000 Available for District 5300 Match
– $10,000 available per project
• District 5300 will match club contributions
1 to 1.
• TRF will match District contribution 1 to 1
and club contribution ½ to 1.
• TRF contribution of $15,000 to $200,000
• Rene Fruto is the Global Grants chair
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Global Grant Math
Club contributions =
District Match =
TRF Match Club contribution =
TRF Match District contr. =
$10,000
$10,000
$ 5,000
$10,000
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Project Budget
$35,000
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Global Grant Scholarships
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Graduate-level
Study period 1-4 years
Alignment with the areas of focus
Qualified host and international sponsors
$30,000 minimum budget
$1,000 club contribution
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