FOUNDATION = Our CHARITY
Rotary Foundation (is ‘Our Charity’) and is about helping Rotarians to do good in the world whether at home or abroad. Rotary Foundation is the charitable trust fund of Rotary International; its mission is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty, or in other words – to ‘Do Good In The World’.
The projects supported by the Rotary Foundation cover one or more of six Areas of Focus:
• Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
• Disease prevention and treatment.
• Maternal and child health
• Basic education and literacy
• Water and Sanitation
• Economic and community development
We can add to this Sustainability as it is important to ensure our activities are lasting long after our direct involvement.
CONTENTS. Below is the content index of the headings RH column on this page.
RIBI/D1040 Dec. 17 newsletter.
- Current report of the Polio cases.
- Polio Pal facecloth for Fundraising.
- Illuminating Bradford on Polio day.
- Nigeria, one year without Polio.
- RC Knaseborough top the Polio support Charts!
- The Worlds greatest meal www.wgmeal.com
AT A GLANCE
-Description of the D1040 Foundation Committee and the responsibility of its members.
NEWS LETTER ARCHIVE.
-Home of the past RIBI and District newsletters.
OVERVIEW OF THE GRANT STRUCTURE FOR 2017-18
-Whats a District Grant?
-Whats a Global Grant?
-Areas of Focus.
-Sustainability - concept.
-ROATARY HELPS ALBINOS IN TANZANIA.
-5th Project described and examples of the descrimination.
ROTARY PEACE FELLOWS.
-Information for applicants and for Rotarians about the Rotary Peace Programme.
-District Grant Scholarships.
-Notices for incoming Rotary Scholars
LINKS AND CONTACTS.
-Links to RIBI and RI Fondation pages.
-Link to District Foundation webmaster.
-Get in touch with us.
HOW DONATED MONEY IS USED AND THE VARIOUS AVENUES OF GIVING.
Sustaining members form
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