DISTRICT GOALS AND GOVERNOR'S CITATION
DISTRICT GOALS FOR THE 2017-18 ROTARY YEAR
  • 30 clubs or more will earn the Presidential Citation (see below). 
  • Club membership in the District will increase by 1%
  • Contributions to the Annual Fund will increase by at least 1% beyond this year's total. 
  • Ten inbound Youth Exchange students will be welcomed by host families. 
  • Ten outbound Youth Exchange students with club support will depart for study abroad. 
  • Every Rotarian will plant a tree in the District. 
  • Every club will report money spend and volunteer work done by club members on local humanitarian projects. 
  • 67 students from D6080 will attend RYLA with club support. 
  • 5 new Interact clubs will be started. 

GOVERNOR'S CITATION

To win the Governor's Citation, a club must satisfy one of the options in the area of Membership, one of the options pertaining to the Rotary Foundation, and meet the Service requirement. 

MEMBERSHIP - a net gain of 2 members fr clubs of 50 members or less between July 1, 2017 and July 1, 2018; a net gain of 3 members for clubs of 51-100 members; a net gain of 4 members for clubs of 101+ members. 

ROTARY FOUNDATION - 

a) a club gives at least $125 per capita to the Annual Fund in 2017-18, or
b) a club that gave $80 or more per capita in 2016-17, but increases its giving per capita to the Annual Fund by 20% in 2017-18, or 
c) a club gives $100 per capita or more to the Annual Fund and Polio Plus and gives $150 per capita to one or more local charities, schools, and/or non-profits in 2017-18.

SERVICE - a club records that 75% or more of club's active membership participated in club service projects in 2017-18.

The clubs that achieve all three of these special goals will receive the Governor's Citation, will be lauded with publicity for the achievement, and will receive a check for $500 toward a humanitarian project of its choice for the 2018-19 Rotary year. 


GOALS FOR THE 2018-19 ROTARY YEAR
    SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN CLUBS 
    Achieve at least 3 of the following goals: 
    • Achieve a net gain of 1 member
    • Maintain or improve your club’s retention of current and new members:
      • Improve your club’s retention rate by 1 percentage point
        or
      • If your club’s retention rate was 90 percent or more in 2017-18, maintain it
    • Achieve a net gain in female members 
    • Have at least 60 percent of club members report their birth dates through My Rotary
    • Sponsor or co-sponsor a new Rotary club
    • Conduct a classification study of your members’ occupations, and work to align your membership with the mix of businesses and professions in your community

    FOCUS AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE 
    Achieve at least 3 of the following goals: 
    • Sponsor a Rotary Community Corps
    • Sponsor or co-sponsor an Interact or Rotaract club 
    • Contribute at least $100 per capita to the Annual Fund 
    • Increase the number of members involved in service projects 
    • Hold an event to raise funds for, or to increase awareness of, Rotary’s work toward polio eradication 
    • Conduct a significant local or international service project in one of Rotary’s six areas of focus 

    ENHANCE PUBLIC IMAGE AND AWARENESS 
    Achieve at least 3 of the following goals: 
    • Post successful club projects, with details about activities, volunteer hours, and funds raised, on Rotary Showcase 
    • Use Rotary’s brand guidelines, templates, People of Action campaign materials, and related resources 
    • Arrange for the club’s members to talk with the media to tell your club’s, and Rotary’s, story 
    • Host an event for Rotary alumni, and highlight Rotary’s networking opportunities 
    • Continue or establish a partnership with a corporate, governmental, or nongovernmental entity and work on a project together 
    • Sponsor a Youth Exchange student or RYLA participant 

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