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District 6450

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and take action at home and around the world.               
The District Board of Directors Seeks Proposals
for District Office Management and Chief Administrative Officer

Chief Admin Officer - Request for Proposals

Chief Admin Officer - RFP Timeline and Description



Training Opportunities



ONE ROTARY SUMMIT
Attention enthusiastic Rotarians! ONE ROTARY SUMMIT joins together Rotarians to exchange ideas on energizing and boosting your clubs for growth, service and public interaction. Rotarians are Leaders! Engage fresh new thinking and take home hands-on tools to strengthen membership, public image and involvement in Rotary Foundation programs.
December 7, 2019
8:30 - 12:30 PM
Moraine Valley Community College
Palos Hills
No Charge, Must be Pre-Registered


Rotary Foundation News


WHAT IS THE GOAL OF ROTARY FOUNDATION GRANTS?

During the past 100 years, the Foundation has spent $3 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects. With your help, we can make lives better in your community and around the world. The Rotary Foundation impacts communities through our grants program, which offers two offers two opportunities for funding:


District Grants
–  fund small-scale, short-term activities that address needs in your community and communities abroad. Each district chooses which activities it will fund with these grants.

        How it works: Districts may use up to 50% of their District Designated Fund, based on the amount of DDF generated from a District’s Annual Fund giving three years prior, including Endowment Fund earnings.


Global Grants
– fund large-scale international activities with sustainable and measurable results that support Rotary’s six areas of focus. Activities include humanitarian projects, scholarships, and vocational training teams.  

How it works: The minimum budget for a global grant project is $30,000. The Foundation’s World Fund provides a minimum of $15,000 and maximum of $200,000. Clubs and districts contribute District Designated Funds (DDF) and/or cash contributions that the World Fund matches. DDF is matched 100% and cash is matched at 50%.

As a Rotarian, you are eligible to participate in any one of these programs. Which one interests you?

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Foundation Roadshows:   Our Rotary Foundation is Coming to You! 14 Roadshows have been scheduled and are underway around the District. What an amazing opportunity we have as Rotarians to Do Good in the World! Learn how our contributions to the World’s Greatest Foundation are making a difference locally and globally through projects WE develop. 

Paul Harris Fellow Points Matching Challenge for any new donations made or pledged to The Rotary Foundation

Donations to the Rotary Foundation can get a match of points by the District. We want to help you reach that next Paul Harris Fellow level. Donate by December 31, 2019.
Make donation to Annual Fund between 9/1/19 and 12/31/19.  After The Rotary Foundation processes your donation and records it, you will receive normal PHF Recognition points from Foundation at that time.   Then, after your donation is recorded, District 6450 will arrange the matching PHF Recognition points transfer from our generous angel donors. This may take 30 days or so before The Rotary Foundation awards you with the matching points. 
Important to note, that your check, credit card donation must be received by 12/31.  If you donate through your club treasurer its important that the club process those donations and submit with payment before 12/31 to be eligible.    The district has a fixed amount of points to match donations (40,000), so first come first serve.  Donate today! 




HURRICANE DORIAN RELIEF FUND

A Donor-Advised Fund has been set up for disaster relief through the Rotary Foundation - Rotary District 7680 DAF No. 574, for the benefit of the Bahamas.

The District 6450 Board has authorized making a lead gift of $5,000 for hurricane Dorian disaster relief, with $2,500 going to ShelterBox and $2,500 going to The Rotary Foundation DAF, Rotary District 7680 DAF No. 574, for the benefit of the Bahamas.

For your convenience, the Charitable Foundation of Rotary 6450 will accept donations for disaster relief through its Charitable Foundation, and all funds collected will be distributed 50% to ShelterBox and 50% to the Rotary Foundation Donor Advised Fund benefiting the Bahamas.    Checks can be submitted to:


The Charitable Foundation of Rotary 6450,Inc.

P.O.Box 5290  River Forest, IL 60305


LINKS

Instruction sheet for a donation to the DAF. Dorian Disaster Relief DAF Instructions
ShelterBox USA: https://www.shelterboxusa.org/

Online donations:Hurricane Dorian Disaster Relief Fund

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Dorian Disaster Relief



SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES


Activities open to all Rotarians and guests.  Take Action.  

Annual Charity Gala - Chicago Northwest - 11/1/2019

Veterans Stand Down Day - Set Up - 11/14/2019


CLUB EVENTS
DISTRICT EVENTS
DISTRICT MEETINGS

Click on Date for Full Details. See District Events & Calendar For All Annual Activities and Meetings. 


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Step up and volunteer for district board committees and various operations committees and task forces.
Visit the Directory / Leadership Rosters for examples of committees and let Governor debi know of your interest.
 










CONTACT DISTRICT


Rotary International 
District 6450, Inc.
401 William Street
P.O. Box 5290

River Forest, IL 60305-5290 


Virtual Office - Voicemail Only:

Please leave message, it will be forwarded to the appropriate leader
(312) 857-6450

The Charitable Foundation of Rotary 6450, Inc.
401 William Street
P.O. Box 5290
River Forest, IL 60305-5290



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