Visit the Grants and Scholarships tab to view the 2023-2024 District Grant Documents which are downloadable.
2023 Grant Management Seminars (GMS):
18 Wednesday Jan 2023
18 Wednesday Jan 2023
Visit the Grants and Scholarships tab to view the 2023-2024 District Grant Documents which are downloadable.
22 Saturday Jun 2019
Annual Fund, District Grants, Global Grants, Joy Kline, Joy Report, The Rotary Foundation, World Funds
There is only one week left for clubs and Rotarians to give to The Rotary Foundation. Out total District 7600 Rotary Foundation giving is lagging behind last year at this time according to Joy Kline’s “Joy” Report.
Well, that may depend on the integrity of the goals set. Just remember that the amount of monies available for district grants in a given year depend upon the district’s annual fund giving amount three years prior. If ho hum goals have been set and met, then three years later there will be ho hum funds available for worthy district grant.
District giving three years prior also impacts funds for global grants. The only difference being that at least some unused funds in the World Fund can be rolled over from one Rotary year to the next.
06 Monday Aug 2018
Posted Foundation Giving, Membership, Public Image, The Rotary Foundation, Trainingin
#STARS, Appaiah Ballachanda, Bill Billings, Chana Amaro, Chuck Arnason, Colonial Heritage Williamsburg, David Rosenthal, Dianne Shannon Gordonn, District Rotary Foundation Chair, Don Vaught, FISH Food Bank, Fun, Jan Rowley, JoAnn Meaker, Joy Kline, LaShonda Delivuk, Membership, Mike Jallo, Mustard, National Mustard Day, Neva Lynde, Public Image, Rudy Lee Garcia, Shel Douglas, Stan Wall, SuAnne Hardee Bryant, The Rotary Foundation
It was a day filled with information, suggestions, innovative ideas and just a little bit of fun. We were all there to equip ourselves to “Be the Inspiration”. The Colonial Heritage Country Club in Williamsburg may never be the same. And Rotarians are innovative. Sometimes they switched seminars. Gotta love these D7600 Rotarians
Lead by the District Newsletter Editor and Public Image Chair, JoAnn Meaker, the 25 or so Rotarians in the Seminar, enjoyed intimate surroundings, printed materials, and demonstrations of the EZ Bulletin feature on dacdb.com. LaShonda Delivuk, Public Image Chair from District 7570 also inspired the attendees with her presentation on the interplay between membership and public image.
The takeaway, oft repeated in the plenary sessions was “Membership, it’s the only thing.” 35+ Rotarians in the Membership seminar were led capably by District Membership Co-Chairs, Mike Jallo, and Shel Douglas. LaShonda Delivuk also spoke in this session about the synergy between membership and public image. No one will know our Rotary stories unless we have members to share their stories and unless our members share them.
Approximately 42 Rotarians attended this session. Chuck Arnason, Rotary District Foundation Chair, and his team of Rudy Lee Garcia (Development), Joy Kline (Annual Giving), Bill Billings (Endowment), Appaiah Ballachanda (Paul Harris Society), Stan Wall (Polio Plus), SuAnne Hardee Bryant (Grants), and Don Vaught (Grants Auditor). Just when one thinks there is nothing new to learn, Foundation-wise, there arise new requirements. In this session, SuAnne focused on global grants, and our featured speaker Shel Douglas spoke on the more formal Community or Needs Assessments required of global grant applications. The materials from The Rotary Foundation Seminar on d7600foundation.org on The Foundation Workshop Materials 2018 page. There were no slides or handouts for the Paul Harris Society (PHS) as Appaiah is a walking cheerleader for the PHS.
JoAnn Meaker designed the STARS meme and hashtag #STARS to help promote the workshops. Dana Rieves, JoAnn Meaker, and Prince George Electric Cooperative provided the stellar door prizes. David Rosenthal made all aware that it was also National Mustard Day. We decided to inspire every registrant to bring a new, unopened container of mustard to donate. Those who forgot often donated cash instead. Neva Lynde and her fellow James City County Satellite Club volunteered to carry the mustard to the FISH Food Bank.
The photos are part of the fun … thank Dianne Gordonn, Bill Billings, Jan Rowley, Chana Amaro and others who took many photos and shared them freely.
01 Tuesday Aug 2017
$229 Per Capita, Annual Fund, DRFC Chuck, Giving Tuesday, Make a Difference in the World, Share, The Rotary Foundation
This message from DRFC/PDG Chuck Arnason appeared in the July/August issue of the Spirit of 7600. Chuck is away playing at Rotary International Headquarters in Evanston, so this article is printed without his permission :))
A Milestone Giving Year for District 7600 … Donating to a charity is always a very personal decision. We all give to charities because we have some affinity for the organization’s cause or goals. It is the same with our Rotary Foundation. Rotarians give to The Rotary Foundation (TRF) for a variety of reasons. We may feel that the cause of making the world a better place through Rotary is a worthy goal. We may be encouraged by the SHARE program which sends money back to the district after three years for district specific initiatives.
Donating to a charity is always a very personal decision. We all give to charities because we have some affinity for the organization’s cause or goals. It is the same with our Rotary Foundation. Rotarians give to The Rotary Foundation (TRF) for a variety of reasons. We may feel that the cause of making the world a better place through Rotary is a worthy goal. We may be encouraged by the SHARE program which sends money back to the district after three years for district specific initiatives.“Doing good in the world” comes in many forms. During the Centennial
“Doing good in the world” comes in many forms. During the Centennial Celebration of TRF, our district had a very successful year. We were able to establish some new milestones. Per capita Annual Fund giving was up 8.5% over our previous high to $229.32. Our total Annual Fund giving was $632,246.42, a new milestone. Our total giving to TRF for the year was $791,095, up from our previous record of $748,419. The success isn’t in the numbers but what the increased giving means to communities around the world. The increased giving this year means that people we will never meet and faces we will never see will have a better life through Rotary.
The “Giving Tuesday” effort our district held on May 30 produced contributions of $50,000 to the Annual Fund. By using the matching points offered that day, 47 Rotarians were able to become a Paul Harris Fellow or reach their next level of Paul Harris Fellow.
Whatever your reasons for giving, I want to thank you! Because, as District 7600 Rotarians, you continue to Make A Difference in the world.
06 Tuesday Jun 2017
Posted Rotary Grantsin
$135K, Chuck Arnason, District Grant Applications, DRFC, Historic Triangle Rotary, Spending Plan, The Rotary Foundation
Chuck Arnason, District Rotary Foundation Chair (DRFC) reports that 24 grant applications, for a total request of $205,000, were submitted by the May 15 deadline. A number of these were multi-club grants so a total 37 District 7600 clubs have a stake in the grant applications.
The District will have $135,000 district designated funds (DDF) to award in district grants for the 2017 -18 year. The district grants committee will be doing some careful vetting and research to determine which applications to approve. Some applicants will receive the full amount requested and others may be approved, but be awarded less than requested. Sadly, a few applications will have to be declined but will be declined with suggestions about how to revamp the application or project if there is a round 2 or for submission in the 2018 -19 year.
The award selection process will occur in the next two or three weeks. When the grants committee has decided on the approved grants, a spending plan will be compiled and submitted to The Rotary Foundation, probably around late June. At that point, the district must await the approval of the spending plan. Once that is received the clubs will be notified as to the status of their grant applications by our grants committee. If all goes well this will happen by the end of July.
Clubs should await notification by the DRFC before beginning any work on their grants. It is fine to continue research, obtaining additional estimates, identifying additional volunteer resources, etc., but no ordering of supplies or equipment, no expenditure of funds, no turning of ground, no painting, no commitment of funds, signing of contracts, etc., should be done until advised to do so by the district.
The other thing to do is to wrap up your club’s giving for the 2016-2017 in grand style. It is our Annual Fund donations that return to us at the 50% level after three years to fund our grant projects such as the one above from a few years ago. The Historic Triangle club was purchasing and installing special shock-absorbent rubber mulch at a riding school for special needs kiddos.
We are looking forward to featuring many of the 2017-2018 club grants this year. Good luck and thank you for applying.
16 Tuesday May 2017
$100+ donations matched, Double your giving bang, The Rotary Foundation, We give to do good in the world
On Tuesday, May 30, District 7600 Rotarians may donate to The Rotary Foundation and have their donations of $100 or more matched by Rotary District 7600.
Please see this message from our esteemed District Rotary Foundation Chair, Chuck Arnason …
“As The Rotary Foundation’s centennial year comes to a close, District 7600 wants to offer something special for our members who are making a difference through our Foundation.
The district is going to hold a Giving Tuesday on Tuesday, 30 May 2017. On that day, the district will provide 1:1 matching points to anyone who gives $100 or more to the Annual Fund.
Plan now! Give on May 30 at rotary.org/donate and receive double Paul Harris Fellow points for the amount of your gift.”
Yours in Rotary
02 Tuesday May 2017
Posted Training, Upcoming District Eventsin
District Training Assembly, Fellowship, Hampton VA, Memberships, Project Building, Relationships, Social Media, The Rotary Foundation
The quote was District Governor Elect (DGE), John Padgett’s response when asked what he wanted District 7600 club leaders and members to take away from the District Training Assembly.
If you are an incoming or continuing club leader, a committee chair or member, a new Rotarian, or just curious about what DGE John will be wearing on May 13, you should just go register on dacdb.com calendar, now. There is still time to do so.
Seriously, come have some fun, fellowship, relationship forming, focus, learning more about Rotary at a personal level, especially
John is really excited about the two sessions on Social Media for Rotary clubs. Who doesn’t need to learn more about Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and so on? We don’t all have teenagers at home to teach us.
The attire is comfortable casual or comfortable weird. You choose.
Don’t be surprised at all by what DGE John might be wearing on May 13. Remember that he got his sartorial mentoring from Past District Governor Stephen Beer.
11 Tuesday Apr 2017
Posted Upcoming District Eventsin
District Grant Application Deadline, District Training Assembly, Donations, Grant Management Seminar, The Rotary Foundation, Webinar
Such an enervating and exhausting time of year for Rotarians. The old year is closing out and the new Rotary year is already making demands of club and district leaders. But we are tough and quoting our beloved Jim Pierce …”Can we do it? YES! YES! YES!”
29 – the last Grant Management Seminar (GMS). This is a webinar format, but attendees may do so in person if they prefer. There are still about 20 clubs in 7600 who have not been GMS certified to apply for or participate in a grant. This is the last opportunity to qualify for that certification. Register on dacdb.com calendar.
13 – District Training Assembly in Hampton at the Peninsula Workforce Development Center at 600 Butler Farm Road. Training with breakouts for Presidents-Elect, President Nominees, Secretaries, Treasurers, Membership Chairs, and Foundation Chairs. Any Rotarian may attend and learn a whole lot, especially if the Rotarian is a new Rotarians. Light breakfast refreshments and LUNCH! Register on dacdb.com calendar.
15 – Deadline for submission of District Grant Applications through the Grants Module on dacdb.com. Questions? Contact SuAnne Hardee Bryant or Chuck Arnason, but please don’t wait until the last minute. If your club had a 2016-17 grant or participated in a group grant, that grant must be fully closed out before a grant award may be awarded to that club(s) for the 2017-18 year.
10 – 14 – Rotary International Convention, Atlanta.
30 – Donations must be sent to The Rotary Foundation for the donations to count for the 2016-17 Rotary Year. Please don’t wait til midnight, June 30, please?
29 Tuesday Nov 2016
End of Year, Erin Groble, Giving Tuesday, November 29 Giving Tuesday, Online Donation, Rudy Garcia, The Rotary Foundation
Have you recovered from the turkey, ham, stuffing, and pies? Good. This is a busy time of year in the world of The Rotary Foundation.
Be aware of these tax recognition deadlines sent in by our Zone 33 Giving Officer Erin Groble whom you met her at the Foundation Awards Banquet and Rudy Garcia, our District Development Chair.
” Dear district 7600 leaders,
As we approach the end of Rotary Foundation Month, Rotarians worldwide are energized by the Rotary Foundation centennial message. Annual Fund giving worldwide is up 11% through the end of October. And, on the heels of World Polio Day, giving to the PolioPlus Fund has increased nearly 22% from this time last year, as Rotarians are responding with urgency to the call to eradicate Polio.
Year-end stock & IRA roll-over gifts
As the end of the tax year approaches, now is a great time to promote gifts of appreciated securities and other gifts from investments prior to the new year.
#GivingTuesday is 29 November
Consider making an online gift to the Foundation and encourage Rotarians in your district to do the same. This is a great tactic to help clubs reach their centennial giving goals. Once you give, use the new Facebook frame to show that you’re a proud donor.
TRF awarded World’s Outstanding Foundation for 2016
The Rotary Foundation earned top marks from the Association of Fundraising Professionals. “The award honors organizations that show philanthropic commitment and leadership through financial support, innovation, encouragement of others, and involvement in public affairs. Some of the boldest names in American giving.” Read more on rotary.org.
Online Giving interruption
From 3-5 December, Rotary.org users may experience interruption due to enhancements being made to the website. During this weekend period, Rotary.org users may be unable to complete transactions online, including making contributions, registering for the convention, running reports, accessing grant information, and updating member information. Rotary staff will minimize interruptions as much as possible. Please be advised and share with your districts and clubs.
End-of-Year Giving Deadlines
Make sure to share the calendar year end giving deadlines.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I hope everyone’s holiday season is off to a wonderful start!
09 Wednesday Nov 2016
Posted Rotary 7600 Foundation News, Uncategorizedin
Bill Liepis, Caribbean, Child Health, Costa Rica, Economic Development, Global Grants, Liberia, Medical Team Training, Philippines, Rotary Internationa, Rwanda Uganda, The Rotary Foundation, Water
LET’S PUT THE “I” IN ROTARY INTERNATIONAL
By Bill Liepis, a Citation for Meritorious Service Recipient
As we enter Rotary Foundation month, it is timely to ponder the visionary impact of Arch Krumph on today’s Rotarians throughout the world community. As illustrated in the November Rotarian, the Foundation that started so humbly with one small donation in 1917 has truly become a “mighty lever to move the world”.
How do you and your club become a force in applying this leverage?
It’s as simple as being a player in an international (the “I”) global grant. Not all clubs are positioned or motivated to be the lead primary sponsor club. Yet it is a real possibility for any club to be a contributing player. By doing this you add pressure to the Foundation lever. Each dollar donated by a club or individual Rotarian to a global grant, receives a match of $.50 from the Foundation World Fund … your $200 becomes $300 to do even more good. Additionally, after accounting for all the D7600 club dollars promised for a given grant there will be an allocation of District Designated Fund (DDF) credits that will be converted to real dollars and matched on a $1:$1 basis by the World Fund when the grant is approved. The impact of these matches is gives even more lift to make a sustainable and worthwhile difference.
District 7600 clubs have a positive record of service in our local communities through the annual allocation of DDF to District grants and club self-funded projects. Why not consider how to” stretch your community” to do service in the Caribbean (child health), Costa Rica (economic development), Liberia (water), the Philippines (child health), Rwanda (medical team training), or Uganda (water). All these countries have in process applications being sponsored by D7600 primary clubs that are ready and willing to share the joy and satisfaction of doing good around the world with willing contributing partners. There is no bottom line for what a club might want to commit but rather the willingness to be a part of a bigger impact. And should your club have a member(s) that have a passion borne out of an association with an international club consider being the lead sponsor for D7600.
Whatever the motivation feel free to contact your D7600 Grants Team for more information, a global grants course “101”, or to point you to a contact for one of the in-process grants: Chuck Arnason, Stephen Beer, SuAnne Bryant, or Bill Liepis.
27 Tuesday Sep 2016
Posted Rotary 7600 Foundation Newsin
Annual Fund - Share, Bequest Society, Chuck Arnason, District Conference, Endowment Fund, Literacy, Major Donor, Named Funds, Rudy & Catherine Garcia, Samuel Owori, Stan & Debbie Wall, The Rotary Foundation, Water & Sanitation, World Fund
District 7600 has so many generous donors to The Rotary Foundation it is usually impossible to recognize them individually in District publications, though we try. Today, however, we take a moment to share the generosity of two couples from District 7600 who give, not only of their time, but also of their hearts and funds to meet needs now and in the future.
The couples are four Rotarians … Stan and Debbie Wall of the Colonial Heights club and Rudy and Catherine Garcia of the Fluvanna club. These four Rotarians had the honor of being recognized at the District Conference by Samuel Owori, the Rotary International President’s Representative to our conference and a Past Rotary International Director. Though it is no official yet, it is expected that he will be our Rotary International President in the 2018-2019 Rotary year. Mr. Owori was assisted in his duties on this occasion by the District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair and Past District Governor, Chuck Arnason.
Stan and Debbie Wall received recognitions for having received Major Donor Level 2 and Bequest Society Level 4. They have created named funds and have designated 50% of their funds to Literacy, 25% to Water & Sanitation, and 25% to the World Fund. Stan and Debbie are both past presidents of their club and are active at Zone 33-34. They also serve in current District 7600 capacities, Stan as an Assistant Governor for Area 7 and Debbie is doing double duty as the District Communications Officer and District Secretary.
Rudy and Catherine Garcia are very active Rotarians. Rudy is a past president of his
club and Catherine is the President-Elect. Rudy is the Development Chair for the District Rotary Foundation Committee and Catherine is the Fluvanna club’s Interact sponsor at Fork Union Military Academy. The Garcias have reached Major Donor status and Bequest Society Level 2. They created a named fund and designated their funds for the District’s Annual Fund – Share.
There will be more about these dedicated district couples and about the particulars of designation at various levels of giving in the near future, but if you have a chance before then to reach out to Stan, Debbie, Rudy, or Catherine, please give them a ‘Well-done’.
06 Tuesday Sep 2016
Posted Foundation Reports, Rotary 7600 Foundation Newsin
The Rotary Foundation (TRF) has been doing good for 100 years. All Rotary clubs around the world have been asked to celebrate the centennial. Please share your club’s plans to celebrate The Rotary Foundation’s Centennial Celebration. We’d like to share those plans here, on Facebook, and on all of the Rotary 7600 Foundation channels.
Would you like some inspiration? This 4 minute TRF video may help. Click Here.
The Rotary Foundation has recommended that clubs urge each member to donate at least $26.50 to the Foundation as that was the amount of our first donation. We urge you to up that a bit for a contribution from each member of $126.50. That will recognize the 100 years of TRF, the commemoration of the first donation amount, and will enable each club to achieve the newly organized Every Rotarian Every Year/Sustaining Member Club Foundation Banner. What do you think?
Finally, a super hack on how to read the book, Doing Good in the World: The inspiring Story of The Rotary Foundations First 100 Years, commemorating the 100 years of The Rotary Foundation. The hard bound book, and it is beautiful, is $40. Did you know that on My Rotary (via Amazon) you can order it as an ebook for $9.99? It is on this writer’s iPhone and easily available for writing newsletter articles, press releases, and such. Just a thought.
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12 Tuesday Jul 2016
Chuck Arnason, End Polio Now Baseball, Foundation Workshop, Global Scholar, Rip Tide, Squirrels Baseball Game, Stan Wall, The Rotary Foundation, Zoe Romano
Two weeks in and it has already been an eventful Rotary Foundation year for me as the District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair … DRFC for short.
The first of our two End Polio Now Baseball Games in Richmond on July 7 was a huge success. Game Coordinator and now Assistant Governor Stan Wall and Debbie Wall, District Secretary, sold 1016 tickets, a record for the Richmond Squirrels Game. Two dollars from each ticket was a donation to End Polio Now, the Squirrels threw in a bit more, and Debbie’s employer Sabra Dipping added another $2 for each of the 400 tickets that Debbie sold. Add the matching contribution from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and our Richmond Squirrels game raised over $8000 for End Polio Now. At left District Polio Plus Coordinator, Colleen Bonadonna, under the watchful eye of that giant Squirrel, Nutzy.
At our District Awards Banquet in Williamsburg on July 9th our District’s Global Scholar, Zoe Romano, Skyped in from Maine to share her plans for her two-year graduate program which will span three South American countries and will include academic semesters and semesters of volunteer teaching in under-served schools. She especially praised Delmar Dayton of the South Richmond Club for his patience and persistence in the two years it took to steward her acceptance as a global scholar.
So two weeks in and there is another fantastic End Polio Now Baseball Game in Norfolk on July 27th being organized by David Mansfield. There is still time to get tickets for this Triple-A game. Join in with hundreds of area Rotarians doing their bit to eradicate Polio and have a heck of a lot of fun. Rip Tide will be so disappointed if you don’t show. Check the 2016 Polio Plus Tides Baseball flyer for more details.
Finally, capping off the first full month as the DRFC we have the August 6th Foundation and Membership Workshop in Williamsburg. The new District Rotary Foundation Team will be front and center in explaining the tweaks to Foundation Giving and Grants. I hope you can make it. There is an award winning breakfast, door prizes, and tons, just tons, of great information on the Rotary Foundation. Go on dacdb.com calendar and register, please. Clothing is not optional, but tropical comfortable is recommended. Click 2016 Workshop Flyer for more information.
05 Tuesday Jul 2016
Posted Rotary 7600 Foundation Newsin
Centennial, Chuck Arnason, dacdb.com, End Polio Now, Membership & Foundation Workshop, Squirrels July 7, The Rotary Foundation, Tides July 27
It is a great honor that the beginning year of my tenure as the District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair is the Centennial Year of The Rotary Foundation. This year brings great optimism in that we will celebrate the Centennial throughout the district from now until July 1, 2017. We trust that the heightened awareness of this special year will spur giving and the completion of remarkable district and global grants. This will happen only with your help, whatever your club or district role. The Rotary Foundation is the personal connection for each and every Rotarian to the greater good we are accomplishing throughout the world.
We are eradicating Polio, building wells and sanitation systems, linking isolated communities with state of the art foot bridges, bringing literacy and educational programs, and improving access to health and wellness facilities for people across the world. This does not happen unless a Rotarian reaches into his or her ‘pocket’, makes a contribution, and contributes time to design and execute impactful, sustainable projects. We, as Rotarians, are The Rotary Foundation.
So, my challenge to all of the clubs and members is promote the celebration of The Rotary Foundation Centennial, donate generously, and participate in doing good in the world. –Chuck
A list of ways your club can celebrate The Rotary Foundation Centennial.
End Polio Now Baseball Games on July 7 2016 Rotary Night Flyer Richmond Flying Squirrels and on July 27 2016 Polio Plus Tides Baseball (2) in Norfolk.
Membership & Foundation Workshop on August 6, 2016. Register now on dacdb.com Calendar. 2016 WorkshopFlyer3 .
31 Tuesday May 2016
Many of our Rotary colleagues are enjoying the dazzling Rotary International Convention in Seoul, North Korea, but they have left the work of The Rotary Foundation in good hands.
This week I received an important email from Liz Lazar, our district’s shepherdess (aka Annual Giving Officer Zones 33 & 34) at The Rotary Foundation. It was replete with useful information. There have been changes in banner recognitions which she explains carefully, but word is going out on that separately and there will be more info to come.
Today we will focus on the deadlines for getting contributions into The Rotary Foundation so the contributions can be timely processed. The remainder of this article is Liz’s recap of giving deadlines, addresses, and resources for information on some of the less common methods of giving. Ken Hodge and I are available if you have any questions.
Thank You For All You Do, District 7600 Rotarians.
–Jim Probsdorfer, District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair
Credit Cards: Online via www.rotary.org– must be authorized on or prior to Thursday 30 June 2016, midnight (Central Standard Time).
Note:Sending credit card information by mail is less secure and slower than contributing on-line. For security purposes, please do not send credit card contributions electronically, rather fax them to 847-328-5260.
Fax: (+1-847-328-5260)—must be received by Thursday 30 June 2016.
Phone: (+1-866-976-8279) – must be received prior to the close of business onThursday 30 June 2016.
Checks*: must be postmarked Thursday 30 June 2016 or prior and received at the Foundation by Wednesday 6 July 2016.
United States: The Rotary Foundation, 14280 Collections Center Dr., Chicago IL 60693 USA
Canada: The Rotary Foundation (Canada), c/o 911600, PO BOX 4090 STN A, Toronto, On M5W 0E9, Canada
*Please do NOT send in checks for the 2016-17 Rotary year until Friday 1 July 2016.
Wire transfers: must be initiated prior to Thursday 30 June 2016 and received byTuesday 5 July 2016.
Securities: must be received prior to Thursday 30 June 2016 .
Learn how you can donate stocks, mutual funds, or other securities.
Special gifts: to obtain instructions for Charitable Gift Annuities and Charitable Remainder Unitrusts email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1-847-866-3100.
Liz Lazar, Annual Giving Officer, Zones 33 -34 The Rotary Foundation