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Eight Rotary donors changing the world

People donate money to good causes for all sorts of reasons; it could be a personal connection to a community in need, a debt of gratitude for a past kindness, or a desire to leave a legacy. We asked eight people around the world what motivates

Help honor Sam Owori's legacy

Sam F. Owori was elected to serve as president of Rotary International in 2018-19 and would have been the second African Rotarian, and the first Ugandan, to hold that office. He died on 13 July, at age 76, from complications after surgery.  Owori is largely credited with the

Press Release centennial fundraising

Rotary clubs raise $304 million in one year to strengthen communities and improve lives around the world EVANSTON, IL (August 10, 2017) — As part of Rotary’s year-long centennial celebration of The Rotary Foundation – the global membership organization’s

Paralympian Dennis Ogbe on eradicating polio

Paralympian Dennis Ogbe takes his best shot at eradicating

Rotary partners with International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness

Rotary partners with International Agency for the Prevention of BlindnessEVANSTON, IL (August 7, 2017) — About 80 percent of the world's 285 million visually impaired people have treatable eye diseases, according to the World Health Organization. Rotary and the

Recognition points for Giving

Foundation recognition points are awarded to donors who contribute to The Rotary Foundation through the Annual Programs Fund or Polio Plus, or as a sponsor portion to a Foundation grant. Donors receive one recognition point for every US dollar contributed to these funds. Contributions to the Permanent Fund are not eligible.

Click here to view the Understanding Foundation Recognition Points Fact Sheet, and get answers to all your questions.

Donors can extend Foundation Recognition points to others to help them become or to name them as a Paul Harris Fellow or Multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Foundation recognition points belong to the original donor until the donor's death, or until the donor uses the points. Click here to view the Recognition and Transfer Request form.

Paul Harris Fellow recognition is given to an individual who contributes $1,000 cumulatively to the Annual Fund, Polio Plus, or an approved Foundation grant. Multiple Paul Harris Fellow recognition is given at subsequent $1,000 levels.

Major Donor recognition is given to individuals or couples whose combined giving has reached $10,000, regardless of the gift designation. This recognition level can be achieved only through personal contributions and not through recognition points. Level 2 >25,000 Level 3>50,000  Level 4>100,000 and up.

Arch Klumph Society members are those Rotarians who have given $250,000 or more. The member's picture and biography is sent to Rotary International Headquarters. Members receive lapel pins and pendants, signed certificates, and invitations to the society's events held worldwide.