a.Club Contributions

Annual Programs Fund
Significantly, our District’s capacity to fund Global Grants and District Grants depends upon the extent of clubs’ generosity in supporting the Rotary Foundation Annual Programs Fund.  50% of donated funds are returned to D9810 after a three-year investment cycle.  Those funds are then allocated as Grants to support club projects.
To donate send funds to St George Bank
Account Name: The Rotary Foundation
BSB:                     332 084
Account #:          5510 38 195
Reference:          Club name RF (do not put “Rotary Club of …”)
 
Notify Rotary Parramatta Office  by email to risppo@rotary.org  [e-mail a copy of the bank transfer receipt and include the transaction details stating "Foundation Contribution"; Club name, Club number and that the payment is for the Annual Fund] and copy to
Annual Programs Fund Coordinator  John Barnes      Oakleigh Clayton Huntingdale
 
Polio Plus
To make a club contribution to the Polio Plus fund by EFT, send deposit to St George Bank
Account Name: The Rotary Foundation
BSB:                     332 084
Account #:          5510 38 195
Reference:          Club name Polio (do not put “Rotary Club of …”)
Notify Rotary Parramatta Office by email to risppo@rotary.org [e-mail a copy of the bank transfer receipt and include the transaction details stating "Foundation Contribution"; Club name, Club number and that the payment is for the Polio Fund] and copy to
D9810 Polio Plus Coordinator   Greg King       Manningham

b.Individual Contributions

There are a number of ways Rotarians can make individual contributions to the Rotary Foundation either as single donations or as an on-going pledge.
 
Single or Occasional Personal Contributions (Tax Deductible)
To contribute to the Annual Programs Fund using EFT, the following bank details: St George Bank
Acct Name:         The Australian Rotary Foundation Trust
BSB:                      332 084
Account#:            5510 38 195
Reference:           Donor’s Name (Initial/Surname)
 
Notify Rotary Parramatta Office by email to risppo@rotary.org [e-mail a copy of the bank transfer receipt and include the transaction details stating "Foundation Contribution", individual’s name, Club name; and that the payment is for Annual Fund or an approved Foundation Grant and copy to  
D9810 Annual Fund Coordinator       John Barnes   Oakleigh Clayton Huntingdale
 
Every Rotarian Every Year Program (EREY) (Previously the Centurion Club)
Rotarians become a Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member when they donate US$100 or more per year to the Annual Programs Fund. All Rotarians and any non-Rotarian supporters of the Foundation are encouraged to become perpetual donors by participating in the EREY program. Tax-deductible donations may be made via the Australian Rotary Foundation Trust to support the ongoing humanitarian work of the Rotary Foundation. 50% of donated funds are returned to D9810 after a three-year investment cycle, to be used as project grant funding.
 
Donations may be made annually or in smaller, regular payments through automatic bank transfer.  Contact one of the coordinators.
Contact:   Joy Varughese    Croydon & Montrose   or   Kevin Hall      Warrandyte Donvale
 
Paul Harris Society
Rotarians may join this officially recognised society of the Rotary Foundation by making an annual tax-deductible contribution of $US1,000 to the Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or an approved Foundation grant, through the Australian Rotary Foundation Trust. Donations may be made annually or in smaller, regular payments through automatic bank transfer.  Please contact the coordinator to complete your application.
Contact:  Greg King   Manningham
 
 
Benefactor / Bequest Society
Benefactor - When you include the Endowment Fund as a beneficiary in your estate plans; or when you donate $1,000 or more to the fund outright, you will be recognized as a Benefactor.
 
Bequest - When you make a commitment for future gifts of $10,000 or more to The Rotary Foundation, such as in a will, you’ll be invited to join the Bequest Society.
Contact:                                               Greg King               Manningham