Rotary 101 - ClubRunner

Report
This is Rotary
Rotary 101
by Joyce Campbell
The Beginning
Paul Harris
Motto
Rotary International (RI)
World’s First Service Club
1,220,115 Rotary members
34,558 clubs
158,401 Rotaract members
6,887 clubs
385,066 Interact members
16,742 clubs
April, 1, 2014
The Organization of Rotary
Grassroots organization
Service at the club level
District and International support clubs
Rotary International President
2014 - 2015
Gary K.C. Huang
2014 - 2015 Theme
RI Board
19 members
RI president and president-elect
Meet quarterly to establish policies
The Secretariat
RI headquarters Evanston, Illinois
7 international offices
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, India, Japan,
Korea, Switzerland,
Great Britain and Ireland in England
Chief operating officer
RI general secretary
740 member staff
John Hewko
Vision of Rotary International
We will be the service
organization of choice with
dynamic, action oriented
clubs whose contributions
improve lives in communities
worldwide.
Mission of Rotary International
We provide service to others,
promote integrity
and advance world understanding,
goodwill and peace
through our fellowship of business,
professional and community leaders.
Core Values of Rotary International
Fellowship
Diversity
Integrity
Rotarian
Service
Leadership
Rotary’s Guiding Principles
The Object of Rotary
FIRST. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity
for service;
SECOND. High ethical standards in business and professions,
the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations,
and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an
opportunity to serve society;
Rotary’s Guiding Principles
The Object of Rotary
THIRD. The application of the ideal of service in each
Rotarian's personal, business and community life;
FOURTH. The advancement of international
understanding, goodwill and peace through a world
fellowship of business and professional persons united
in the ideal of service.
The Four-Way Test
Of the things we think, say or do
• Is it the TRUTH?
• Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Herbert Taylor
• Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
• Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Rotary’s World and our Rotary Family
34 Zones
530 Districts
34,500 Clubs
1.2 Million Members
Zone 24
Eastern Russia, Alaska, Canada
Effective 1 July 2009
District 7010
District administration includes:
• Assistant Governors
• Committees
Rotary 101
Learning Academy
Rotary Leadership Institute
District 7010
District Governor Gary Traill
2014 - 2015
District 7010
44
Clubs
1611
Active
Rotarians
Clubs
• We are members of a Rotary Club
• Belong to Rotary International
• RI constitution and bylaws
Benefits and Responsibilities of
Membership
Active - Honourary
Fellowship
Service
Membership recruitment and engagement
Attendance
REQUIREMENTS
MUST ATTEND
 50% club meetings in 6 months
30% of your own club meetings in 6 months
AND
Cannot miss 4 consecutive meetings
Attendance
MAKEUPS
Visit another club
E-club makeups
Club approved committee or board meetings
Classification Principle
Business or profession
Professional diversity
Avenues of Service
Club Service
Vocational Service
Community Service
International Service
New Generations
Rotary International Programs
EarlyAct - 5 – 13 years
Interact - 12 – 18 years
Rotaract - 18 – 30 years
Rotary International Programs
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
Rotary Youth Exchange – Long & Short
Rotary International Programs
Rotary Friendship Exchange
Rotarian Action Groups (RAG’s)
Rotary Volunteers
Rotary International Programs
Rotary Fellowships
Rotary Community Corps (RCC)
World Community Service (WCS)
Moving Toward The Future
Keep Rotary Simple
Take Pride In Our Work
Do What Has To Be Done
The Rotary Foundation (TRF)
The Rotary Foundation
In 1917, an endowment
was set up “for the
purpose of doing good in
the world”.
Arch Klump
Mission of The Rotary Foundation
to enable Rotarians to advance
world understanding, goodwill and peace
through the improvement of health, the
support of education and the alleviation
of poverty.
TRF Trustees
The Rotary Foundation Programs
• Annual Programs Fund
Every Rotarian Every Year (EREY)
• Permanent Fund
• Polio Plus Fund
Annual Fund
Annual Fund
Sustaining
Member
Permanent Fund
PolioPlus Fund
Educational Programs
• Ambassadorial Scholarships
• Rotary World Peace Fellowships
• Vocational Training Teams VTT)
Every dollar contributed to
the Rotary Foundation
funds the humanitarian,
educational cultural
programs and programs
operations.
Paul Harris Fellows
Donors of $1,000 US or more
to
Annual Programs Fund
PolioPlus
Paul Harris Society
Benefactor
Beneficiary of $1,000 or more
Bequest Society
Beneficiary of $10,000 or more
Major Donors
Donate a gift of $10,000
Donate a gift of $250,000
RI Strategic Plan
TRF Future Vision
Grant Structure
District Grants
Global Grants
Packaged Grants
TRF Future Vision Plan
6 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
Peace and Conflict
Prevention/Resolution
• 42 million people are currently displaced by
armed conflict or persecution
• 90% of casualties in armed conflicts are civilians
and at least 50% are children
Disease Prevention and
Treatment
• 1 billion people suffer from neglected
tropical diseases each year
Water and Sanitation
• 884 million people do not have clean drinking
water
• 2.6 billion people lack access to adequate
sanitation
Maternal and Child Health
• 8.9 million children die before the age of 5
Basic Education and Literacy
• 1 in 5 adults cannot read
• Women account for 2/3 of this group
• 72 million children are not in school
Economic and Community
Development
• 1.4 billion or 1 in 4 people live on less than
$1.25 a day
Key Meetings
Rotarians share ideas and enjoy fellowship
Learn More
www.rotary.org

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