The Rotary Foundation
The mission of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International 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.
The Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation supported by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends of the Foundation who share its vision of a better world. Evanston Lighthouse participates in Foundation programs and most club members contribute to the Annual Fund every year.
Rotary Foundation Links
- Outright contributions
- Information and forms for contributing by check, by credit card, and by recurring giving with the Rotary Direct
- Donor Recognition
- The Rotary Foundation provides many opportunities for donors to express their commitment to Rotary’s work or to honor a friend or family member.
- Rotary Grants
- This is the new home for all Rotary grants information. Learn more about the grants we offer to Rotarians and how to apply for them.
- Our Foundation
- Although primarily for Rotary leaders, this newsletter is always up-to-date, and easy to read with lots of images.
Evanston Lighthouse Annual Fund Contributions
The Annual Fund is the primary source of funding for Rotary Foundation programs. Anyone who contributes $100 or more per year to the Annual Fund is recognized as a Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member. Annual Fund contributions count towards our Annual Fund goal, and also count towards our club’s per capita amount.
Contributions from Evanston Lighthouse
|11 Mo. Ended||Year Ended|
|Other Funds including PolioPlus||1,741.21||7,228.50|
SHARE remains the most popular choice for Annual Fund contributions. The District has a Rotary Foundation Committee that allocates a portion of SHARE contributions from clubs in the district. Our district typically uses SHARE contributions to fund Ambassadorial Scholarships and Matching Grants as well as local projects funded by District Simplified Grants.
See our club’s Rotary Foundation chair, Eric Schmelling, with questions about contributions and recognition.