Giving – Annual Programs Fund

Contributions by Clubs
Unrestricted Giving and Restricted Giving (to Global Grants and Polio Eradication) build up PHF recognition credits for the club. The Finance Department of The Rotary Foundation (TRF) in Parramatta receives and processes contributions. These are recorded monthly on the Club Recognition Summary.

Contributions by Individuals
Individuals making contributions to The Rotary Foundation are recommedned to do so through the Australian Rotary Foundation Trust, where donations are tax deductible.

Contact person: John Glenn

 

Centurion Club
Any individual or company can become a member of the Centurion Club by making a tax deductible contribution of $100 or more per annum ($1.92 per week). Your contribution (payable to The Australian Rotary Foundation Trust) supports the humanitarian work of The Rotary Foundation.
50% of the donated money comes back to District 9810 after 3 years for use in Rotary Foundation programs and projects.

If you wish to become a Centurion, or renew your existing membership, you can do so by completing the Centurion Contribution and Agreement Form and sending it to Joy Varughese, whose contact details are on the form.

The form is available for downloading in PDF format by clicking on the following link: click here

Contact person: Joy Varughese

 

Paul Harris Society
Members may join this officially recognised society of The Rotary Foundation by making an annual tax-deductible contribution of US$1,000 or more through the Australian Rotary Foundation Trust.

Please contact the coordinator to complete your application.

Paul Harris Society Coordinator: Graeme Woolacott