Rotary Foundation


The Rotary Foundation of RI is a not-for-profit corporation that receives contributions totaling more than US$70 million annually and distributes some $65 million each year in support of humanitarian and educational programs implemented by clubs and districts.

Rotary Foundation sub-pages:

End Polio Now

more ​For more than 30 years, Rotary and our partners have driven the effort to eradicate polio worldwide

Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation’s Position Statement on COVID-19 Vaccination

more We see the decision to vaccinate as a civic and humanitarian imperative


Carnegie Hall lit Purple for Polio Day

more Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall was lit up in purple to mark World Polio Day on Saturday 24th October.


What is Foundation?

more Funds are used by Rotary Clubs for projects that specifically come within the headings:- Hunger, Health and Humanity.

 © Rotary International/Alyce Henson

African region is now certified wild poliovirus-free.

more West Fife has supported Rotary's quest to eradicate Polio

Purple4Polio Donation June 2017

more Council decision to make further donation