SHARE & District Leadership. SHARE Why is it called SHARE? Rotarians SHARE their resources with their fellow Rotarians. SHARE? The Trustees SHARE some. slide 0

SHARE & District Leadership. SHARE Why is it called SHARE? Rotarians SHARE their resources with their fellow Rotarians. SHARE? The Trustees SHARE some.

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  • The Rotary Foundationof Rotary InternationalSHARE & District Leadership

  • SHAREWhy is it called SHARE?Rotarians SHARE their resources with their fellow Rotarians.SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?The Trustees SHARE some decision-making with the districts.Rotarians SHARE Rotary with the world through their Foundation.

  • SHAREWhat does it do?SHARE transforms TRF contributions into Ambassadorial Scholarships, Matching Grants, Group Study Exchanges and more.SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?

  • SHAREWhat is DDF?The terms SHARE and DDF are often used interchangeably. DDF stands for District Designated Fund.SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?SHARE?A districts DDF is made up of two amounts.

  • SHAREAnnual Programs Fund Contributions

    At the end of the Rotary Year the SHARE system divides each districts contributions to theAnnual Programs Fund in half:50% goes to the World Fund and 50% is credited to the districts DDF.

  • SHAREPermanent Fund Earnings

    The Trustees determine the spendable percentageof Permanent Fund earnings. If a districthas contributions designated to PF-Share,the earnings on those contributions gothrough the SHARE cycle:50% of the earnings go to the World Fund and50% is credited to the districts DDF.

  • SHAREThe 3-Year CycleTRF uses the earnings from SHAREs 3-year investment cycle to pay for administration and fund developmentThe three-year cycle gives districts time for program planning and participant selection TRF operates on a unique funding cycle, using contributions for program activities three years after they are collected

  • SHARE2007-082008-092009-102010-11Funds RaisedJan 09: Districts notified of funds available for 2010-11 planning decisions31 Mar 09: Donate scholarship1 Oct 09: Scholarship applications due1 Oct 09: Extra GSE applicationFunds used for Foundation programs31 Mar 10: DSG requests due for 2010-11How it works

  • SHAREHow it worksUnused DDF rolls forwardto the next year

    Districts notified in August2011-122007-08Contributions by 30 JuneInvested for 3 YearsDDF used2008-092009-102010-11Unused DDF is calculated

    Districts notified in May

  • SHAREKeeping Track of Your SHARE BalanceThe SHARE system defines Unused DDF as DDF remaining after funds for all approved program applications and donations have been identified. SHARE balances do not reflect any DDF the district may have pledged or committed to a pending project.

  • SHAREKeeping Track of Your SHARE BalanceDistricts are expected to plan for and track the use of their DDF. TRF also tracks the use of all districts DDF. Districts can check their current account balance by contacting the Foundations SHARE coordinator.Email: share.mailbox@rotary.org

  • SHAREImportant Dates in the SHARE Cycle DateActionJanuarySHARE packet mailed to DG, DGE, DGN, DRFC Chair31 MarchDeadline for submission of SHARE Scholarship donations31 MarchDistrict Simplified Grant requests due for the next Rotary year1 OctoberAmbassadorial Scholarships and University Teacher Grant applications due for the next Rotary yearMayAugustRemaining DDF balance mailed to DG, DGE, DRFC Chair, DGSCRoll forward amount mailed to DRFC Chair, DG, DGE

  • SHAREDRFC ChairSignature required for DDF useWorks with district Rotary Foundation committee to plan DDF useDistrict GovernorProvides leadership and direction to DRFC Chair and all subcommittees

    Who is Involved in SHARE Planning:

  • SHAREDistrict Rotary Foundation Committee (DRFC)Each of the 8 subcommittees focus on their assigned areas of responsibilityDRFC chair is ex-officio member of all subcommitteesWho is Involved in SHARE Planning:

  • DISTRICT LEADERSHIP

  • District StructureDRFC ChairDistrict Governor8 District Subcommittee ChairsDistrict Governor ElectOther Knowledgeable Rotarians

  • Support StructureRotary Foundation Alumni CoordinatorZone LevelPolio Zone Challenge CoordinatorPolio

  • RRFCsRegional Rotary Foundation Coordinators

    Promoting program support for TRF Promoting financial support for TRF Training district Foundation team about TRF

  • RRFCs

    As leading Foundation volunteers in the field, the RRFC is the Foundation expert in the region

    They promote financial and program support for TRF, and train the District team on Foundation programs

    41 RRFCs cover the world serving three-year terms

    Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinators

  • Asst RRFCs, Polio ZCCs, and RFACsAssistant Regional Rotary Foundation CoordinatorsHelp districts achieve APF goals through EREYPromote major gifts of $10,000 or moreAssist districts with program goals

    Polio Zone Challenge CoordinatorsPromote giving to the $200 Million Challenge Fund

    Regional Foundation Alumni CoordinatorsPromote better use of Rotary Foundation alumni

  • District LeadershipDistrict Rotary Foundation CommitteeConsists of:1 Chairperson8 Subcommittee chairpersonsDistrict Governor (ex-officio member)

  • 8 SubcommitteesDistrict Rotary Foundation Committee ChairScholarshipsGroup Study ExchangeGrantsPolioPlusAlumniPermanent FundAnnual GivingRotary World Peace Fellowships (effective 2006-07)

  • District LeadershipWorks with subcommittee chairs under DGs leadership to plan, coordinate and evaluate all TRF activities in the districtDistricts will not have DDF access until DRFC Chair is appointedMust have significant knowledge of, commitment to, and experience with TRF activities3-year term to ensure continuityDRFC Chairperson

  • District LeadershipWorks with DRFC members and DG to identify and distribute SHARE DDFSigns, along with the DG, and submits SHARE applications on behalf of the entire committeeEnsures satisfactory final reports on Foundation programs activities are submitted on timeEncourages contributions to the Annual Programs fund from Every Rotarian Every YearDRFC Chairperson

  • District LeadershipDRFC SubcommitteesEach of the 8 subcommittees have unique responsibilities

    Perform community needs assessment

    Grants subcommittee must review and certify all Humanitarian Grants applications before they are submitted to TRF

  • Sustain and Increase MembershipImplement Successful Service ProjectsSupport The Rotary FoundationDevelop Leaders Beyond the Club LevelFour Avenues of ServiceClub Leadership PlanEffective clubs are able to

  • Club BoardClub AdministrationClub Public RelationsMembershipServiceProjectsThe RotaryFoundation*Additional committees can be appointed as needed on an annual basisClub Board

  • Club BoardClub AdministrationClub Public RelationsMembershipServiceProjectsThe RotaryFoundationDistrict Support of the Club Leadership PlanClub Board Assistant GovernorsPublic RelationsCommitteeMembershipDevelopmentCommitteeDistrictProgramsCommitteesThe RotaryFoundation Committee

  • The Rotary Foundation of Rotary InternationalQuestions?

    An effective Rotary club - Sustains and/or increases its membership base- Implements successful projects that address the needs of its community and communities in other countries- Supports The Rotary Foundation through program participation and financial contributionsDevelops leaders capable of serving in Rotary beyond the club level

    4 pillars, new as of last year.Encourage DRFC to provide support out of DRFTeam to train clubs. Its the role of the district teams to train clubs.Every club President gets a Quick Reference Guide in PETS kit. Districts should have all the names of subcommittee chairs @ PETS so the Presidents know who to go to with questions.

    The new club committee structure replaces the former recommended committee structure that had 18 club committees.

    The 5 standing club committees are: Club administration - conducts activities associated with the effective operation of the clubClub public relations - develops and implements plans to provide the public with information about Rotary and to promote the clubs service projects and activities3.Membership - develops and implements a comprehensive plan for the recruitment and retention of members4.Service projects - develops and implements educational, humanitarian, and vocational projects that address the needs of its community and communities in other countriesThe Rotary Foundation - develops and implements plans to support The Rotary Foundation through both financial contributions and program participation

    Additional committees may be appointed as needed on an annual basis.

    New Standing committees Club Leadership Plan BoardHas anyone worked with a club that has a CLP? How was it?

    Under the CLP, committee assignments are made to ensure continuity.The new club committee structure replaces the former recommended committee structure that had 18 club committees.

    The 5 standing club committees are: Club administration - conducts activities associated with the effective operation of the clubClub public relations - develops and implements plans to provide the public with information about Rotary and to promote the clubs service projects and activities3.Membership - develops and implements a comprehensive plan for the recruitment and retention of members4.Service projects - develops and implements educational, humanitarian, and vocational projects that address the needs of its community and communities in other countriesThe Rotary Foundation - develops and implements plans to support The Rotary Foundation through both financial contributions and program participation

    Additional committees may be appointed as needed on an annual basis.

    New Standing committees Club Leadership Plan BoardHas anyone worked with a club that has a CLP? How was it?

    Under the CLP, committee assignments are made to ensure continuity.

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