This is Rotary 101 by Joyce Campbell The

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This is Rotary 101 by Joyce Campbell

This is Rotary 101 by Joyce Campbell

The Beginning Paul Harris

The Beginning Paul Harris

Motto

Motto

Rotary International (RI) World’s First Service Club 1, 220, 115 Rotary members 34, 558

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

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

Rotary International President 2014 - 2015 Gary K. C. Huang

2014 - 2015 Theme

2014 - 2015 Theme

RI Board 19 members RI president and president-elect Meet quarterly to establish policies

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,

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,

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

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

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

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

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 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.

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

Zone 24 Eastern Russia, Alaska, Canada Effective 1 July 2009

District 7010 District administration includes: • Assistant Governors • Committees Rotary 101 Learning Academy

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 District Governor Gary Traill 2014 - 2015

District 7010 44 Clubs 1611 Active Rotarians

District 7010 44 Clubs 1611 Active Rotarians

Clubs • We are members of a Rotary Club • Belong to Rotary International

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

Benefits and Responsibilities of Membership Active - Honourary Fellowship Service Membership recruitment and engagement

Attendance REQUIREMENTS MUST ATTEND ü 50% club meetings in 6 months ü 30% of

Attendance REQUIREMENTS MUST ATTEND ü 50% club meetings in 6 months ü 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

Attendance MAKEUPS Visit another club E-club makeups Club approved committee or board meetings

Classification Principle Business or profession Professional diversity

Classification Principle Business or profession Professional diversity

Avenues of Service Club Service Vocational Service Community Service International Service New Generations

Avenues of Service Club Service Vocational Service Community Service International Service New Generations

Rotary International Programs Early. Act - 5 – 13 years Interact - 12 –

Rotary International Programs Early. Act - 5 – 13 years Interact - 12 – 18 years Rotaract - 18 – 30 years

Rotary International Programs Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Rotary Youth Exchange – Long &

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 Friendship Exchange Rotarian Action Groups (RAG’s) Rotary Volunteers

Rotary International Programs Rotary Fellowships Rotary Community Corps (RCC) World Community Service (WCS)

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

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 (TRF)

The Rotary Foundation In 1917, an endowment was set up “for the purpose of

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

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

TRF Trustees

The Rotary Foundation Programs • Annual Programs Fund Every Rotarian Every Year (EREY) •

The Rotary Foundation Programs • Annual Programs Fund Every Rotarian Every Year (EREY) • Permanent Fund • Polio Plus Fund

Annual Fund

Annual Fund

Annual Fund Sustaining Member

Annual Fund Sustaining Member

Permanent Fund

Permanent Fund

Polio. Plus Fund

Polio. Plus Fund

Educational Programs • Ambassadorial Scholarships • Rotary World Peace Fellowships • Vocational Training Teams

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

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

Paul Harris Fellows Donors of $1, 000 US or more to Annual Programs Fund Polio. Plus Paul Harris Society

Benefactor Beneficiary of $1, 000 or more

Benefactor Beneficiary of $1, 000 or more

Bequest Society Beneficiary of $10, 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

Major Donors Donate a gift of $10, 000 Donate a gift of $250, 000

RI Strategic Plan TRF Future Vision

RI Strategic Plan TRF Future Vision

Grant Structure District Grants Global Grants Packaged Grants

Grant Structure District Grants Global Grants Packaged Grants

TRF Future Vision Plan 6 Areas of Focus Peace and conflict prevention /resolution Disease

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

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

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 •

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

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

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

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

Key Meetings Rotarians share ideas and enjoy fellowship

Learn More www. rotary. org

Learn More www. rotary. org