Rotary Foundation

Rotary Foundation is the central charity fund of Rotary International.

The Rotary Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that supports the efforts of Rotary International to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational, and cultural exchange programs. It is supported solely by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends of the Foundation who share its vision of a better world.

The programmes include Polio Plus and Global Grants post-graduate scholarships.  (See separate pages for our participation in these programmes.)

Rotary Foundation sub-pages:

Becca (centre) with Linda Nudd and Rick Prull from Becca's sponsoring club in Bellevue, Iowa


more Becca Draus, our 2020-21 Global Grant scholar arrived in Glasgow on 14th September. Difficult times with Covis quarantine restrictions but we aim to ensure her stay will be happy and fulfilling.

Anya after the graduation ceremony at Glasgow University.


more Anya Eber is one of the scholars we have helped. Rotary Foundation funds post-graduate scholarships to foster international understanding. Some are Foundation Grant Scholars and others - funded mainly by individual Districts - are Ambassadorial Scholars

Collecting at the SEC (Model Railway Exhibition) on 22nd February.

Crocus Appeal: £5,000 for PolioPlus!

more Members went to the SECC on 22nd and 23rd February for public collection for PolioPlus

Polio Plus

more Rotary Foundation can proudly claim to be the driving force behind a 30-year campaign to eradicate polio worldwide.

Centenary Dinner held in the magnificent Glasgow City Chambers

Foundation Centenary Dinner

more Our District held a celebratory dinner on 3rd March to mark the centenary of Rotary Foundation