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Niles (Fremont)

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Washington Hospital West
2500 Mowry Avenue
Conrad Anderson Auditorium
Fremont, CA  94538-1605
United States
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Believe it or not but my year as Niles Rotary President is half over. It seems like just yesterday I was attending PETS (President Elect Training Seminar). The last couple of months have been a little challenging for me getting our DDF Grants into the District for approval. My goal in this article is to explain a little of the process to those of you who are not recent Past Presidents or who unfamiliar with the Grant process.

When the Club’s President Elect is attending PETS in March, he or she is given the total amount of DDF (District Designated Funds) that his or her club will be eligible to receive for the upcoming year.

You have probably heard these funds and the term DDF spoken from the podium by me and by Past Presidents. The DDF funds to be received by each club are a direct percentage of the total amount of monies that have been donated by club members to the  Rotary International Foundation. So, when you donate your double sustainer for the year or any other donation to Rotary International, unless specifically designated for the Polio Plus or End Polio Now campaign, a portion of those monies comes back to the club in the form of DDF. Rotary International calculates the total DDF that each District will be eligible for, and in turn the District calculates how much DDF each club in then is eligible for.

 

 
 
 

Be one of first to get your tickets and buy your ticket before the end of 2014.     

You can buy your ticket online at www.nilesreverseraffle.org. Check our website for our sponsor information, beneficiaries, make a donation and check out those prizes!!Image

Mark your calendar.  The reverse raffle will be here before you know it -- the 20th Annual Reverse Raffle takes place on Saturday, March 28, 2015 starting at  5:00 p.m.. at the Sunol Valley Country Club.  

 

 
 

"This is a 14 minute YouTube film by Brian Rocha from Goleta California; it is one of the best overviews of Rotary service and projects you can see. The passion and excitement of Rotary come through nicely. It is well worth 14 minutes of your time to watch this."

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Speakers

Feb 05, 2015
Feb 12, 2015
Feb 19, 2015
Daren Young
Chili Cookoff Fund Distribution
Feb 26, 2015
TBD
Mar 19, 2015
Sonan Shah-Paul
Bay Area Quality Management District
Mar 26, 2015
Andrew Fishkin
Immigration
Apr 02, 2015
Mr. Nam Su
China
 
 

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