Please read and learn of Rotary Foundation accomplishments both in our Rotary District 6080 and world-wide. Open the newsletter during your Rotary club meeting and have a discussion of pertinent items of interest. August 2015 – Foundation Newsletter
Your Rotary club is encouraged to use the document during a club assembly and discuss goals and ways to support TRF, the very heart of Rotary and the works thereof by which Rotary and Rotarians are recognized and held in high regard in your community and around our world.
During the year we have told stories of how our contributions to Our Rotary Foundation have made the blind see, new-born babies live, crippled to have new limbs, illiterate to read and on and on. Needs continue; I encourage you to join the good works being done by giving what you can before June 30. It will make a world of difference in the life of someone whom you may never meet, but your heart will feel better for it.
The May 2015 District 6080 Foundation Newsletter contains information about the Foundation’s New Funding Model, the District Leadership Academy 2015 graduating class and two ways to give automatically through Rotary Direct. May 2015 – Foundation Newsletter
The April 2015 Rotary District 6080 Foundation Newsletter is now available! Encourage your Rotary club to compete with those top 5 per capita clubs and EREY clubs.
Please see information detailing District Grants including the District 6080 grant. Also note the seven requirements that must be met by a Global Grant.
Take great pride in your Rotary club. Your individual contributions to The Rotary Foundation can place your Rotary club on the lists or move it higher on the lists. You are encouraged to enroll for Rotary Direct. You are also encouraged to consider Your Rotary Legacy by reviewing Rotary’s standing in your estate plan. January 2015 – Foundation Newsletter
The December issue of the Foundation Newsletter gives much information on the status of club and individual giving to The Rotary Foundation. As year-end nears determine what your personal tax deductible gift may be and act on it. Join with the Rotarian contributors and do make a difference in the world. December 2014 – Foundation Newsletter
You are urged to attend the Foundation Banquet Saturday evening, November 15. Chair DGN David Bixler needs meal counts by Tuesday morning (11/11/2014). Please telephone David for your reservation if you have not already registered by DaCdb. November 2014 – Foundation Newsletter
In this issue you will find information re. the District 6080 Foundation Banquet, the District Foundation Seminar incorporated within the District Conference, the Group Study Exchange team from India and End Polio Now Day 24 October. Also note the proposed/expected allocation of maximum match for 2014-2015 District Simplified Grants. If you wish to apply for a District Grant or Global Grant your club must be represented at the Grants Management and Qualification Seminar Sunday, 02 November, 9:00 am – 10:30 am. October 2014 – Foundation Newsletter
News about GSE, the $119,000+ Global Grant, the District Conference, the District Grants Management Seminar (plan now to attend to qualify for 2015-2016 grants), and encouragement to become a Bequest Society Member.
The District 6080 Foundation Newsletter is now available and includes details about the Rotary Leadership Academy.
The District 6080 Foundation Newsletter is now available and includes letters from District Rotary Scholar Maddie Callis and Global Scholar Chris Clark.
Consider signing-up for Rotary Direct. Look for potential GSE Team applicants. Be certain to get your District Simplified Grant submitted on time. Join a Rotary Fellowship and tell your other members about it. Contribute and pray for polio eradication in the face of unrest. Make your Annual Fund contributions to The Rotary Foundation now. March 2014 – Foundation Newsletter
Be sure to check out the February issue of District 6080 Foundation Newsletter to learn the good news about Rotary Foundation contributions. As of today we are within $6,000 of where we should be to meet our annual goal. Discuss this at your meetings and press on with your contributions. No amount is too small, or for that matter, too large either.