A Club can request Paul Harris Fellow (PHF) recognition to recognise either a Rotarian or non-Rotarian who, in its opinion, is worthy of this award. Clubs in Rotary GB&I have traditionally reserved this honour to mark their appreciation for service to Rotary but personal donations to The Rotary Foundation will also accumulate credit towards receiving the award.
The application for a Paul Harris Fellow recognition is completed via the RotaryGBI website member section.
The number of Recognition Points available for a club to use for Paul Harris Fellow recognition is given in each club's Club Recognition Summary report, which is usually updated monthly. Each year Rotary International grants each club President and Secretary access to this report via the My Rotary portal on the Rotary International website.
Additional information about the PHF recognition programme, including how an individual can receive Multiple Paul Harris Fellow recognition, is available on the RI website here.
A full list of Rotary International, Rotary Foundation and Rotary GB&I Awards to recognise the service of Individuals, whether Rotarians or not or groups, whether Rotary clubs or not is available.
Please contact Patrick Tyrrell with any queries or requests for assistance.
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