Patrick Lelsley, Stu Levin, Will share information about the  Rotary Benefactor Program 
Benefactors provide support for The Rotary Foundation’s Permanent Fund, which generates interest in perpetuity for humanitarian and educational programs such as:
  • Polio Eradication.
  • District Simplified Grants to fund projects in our own region.
  • Matching Grants to support humanitarian projects around the globe.
  • Group Study Exchange (GSE) program.
  • Ambassadorial Scholarships to further international understanding.
  • Rotary World Peace Fellowships.
How do I become a Benefactor?
You may become a Benefactor to The Rotary Foundation by making the Permanent Fund a beneficiary in your estate plans or by making an outright gift of US$1,000 or more to the Permanent Fund.
When you become a Benefactor, you will be presented with:
  • A commemorative certificate
  • An insignia that may be attached to a Rotary or Paul Harris Fellow pin
  • A letter of appreciation
  • Benefactor Form – complete this form to become a Benefactor today.