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Get your nerd on … analyzing data for your club(s):

Last week we laid the ground work for club foundation chairs (CFCs) to have the My Rotary credentials to access club information and, by extension, Advocates’ access to his or her area clubs’ reports.

Nerdy club reports and how to use them:

There is a ton of club information available, but here the three primary reports are described.  A more detailed description of the reports and how to use them can be found on the ‘Resources and Documents’ page of this blog, 7600advocates.wordpress.com.

The Monthly Contribution Report (MCR) tracks the contribution history in a selected year for the Annual Fund (APF),  Other Giving (things like Polio Plus), and the Endowment (formerly the Permanent) Fund.  Use this report to track progress of the club towards its APF goal, cultivate support for contributions to the Foundation, and identify progress towards club banner recognition for the club.

The Every Rotarian Every Year Eligibility Report (EREY) tracks member achievement towards recognition status of EREY, Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member (RFSM), and towards Paul Harris Society.  Use of this report should be delicate and not for general publication or circulation.  Such information is sensitive and should be used only to assist the CFC and Club President in helping a member track and reach his or her giving goal.

The Club Recognition Summary (CRS) tracks member recognition amounts, dates of last contribution and designation, and the available Foundation Recognition Points.  It includes the number of Paul Harris Fellows, Major Donors, Bequest Society members, Rotarian donors and non-donors, and non-Rotarian donors.  It also tracks all-time giving by the club.  The instructions for this report on the Resources and Documents page includes information on how a club or a member can use Foundation Recognition Points. Again, this report should be treated sensitively.

Shout outs:

To Sylvia Allen of the Lawrenceville club for forwarding a picture after our Foundation Bee all that you can bee 1380843_695846030428583_495469223_npresentation to that fine club.

To Heather Martin, Dennis Wool, Delmar Dayton, Michael Binns, Dan Jones, Carl Duffey, Jan Rowley  who made the attendees at the District Foundation Awards Banquet feel so welcome.  Note that Jan is always ‘beeing’ an Advocate for the Foundation.

To Dana Rieves of the Prince George Club for pitching in … no matter was is asked.

To Charles Moncure, recipient of the 1st James Pierce Foundation Leadership Award.

To the ‘Rotary D7600 Foundation Committee’ page on Facebook.  ‘Like’ it, please.