Foundation Seminar

The Rotary Foundation Seminar Programme, 20th November 2015

9:00 – 9:45: Registration at Conference entrance:
9:30 – 10:00: Coffee on arrival

PROGRAMME **subject to revision**

10:00   Call to Order

 

FIRST PLENARY SESSION  – Chair RRFC Z 17 Allan Maclaughlan

Welcome, RIDE Peter Offer

My Rotary Moment, RID Per Høyen

 Ownership and Support of OUR Foundation, Trustee Bryn Styles

A Polio Free World- A Gift to OUR Children, NPAA Judith Diment

Panel Discussion

11:15: Closing of session

11:25 – 12:15: Breakout Groups (1)

Room 1:   All you wanted to know about polio but didn´t dare to ask…
Room 2:   How to make a successful Global Grant?
Room 3:   District Grants and local projects
Room 4:   Every Rotarian is a Fundraiser – how do we manage?
Room 5:   Vocational Training Teams and Scholarships
Room 6:   Use of My Rotary – how to get information for planning?
Room 7:   Peace – what options do we have?
Room 8:   Rotaractors, Interactors and Alumni – collaborators of TRF

12:30 – 13:30: Lunch

 

SECOND PLENARY SESSION – Chair RRFC Z 18a John Dunkley

13:30: Welcome

My Rotary Moment                                       

Water for Pingori Village: what happened? RRFC Z 15 Virpi Honkala

Global Grants: Facts & Figures, TRF Staff

Panel Discussion

14:26: Closing of session

14:40 – 15:30: Breakout Groups (2) - Identical topics in the same rooms as Breakout groups (1)

15:30 – 16:00: Coffee/ Tea Break

 

THIRD PLENARY SESSION – Chair RRFC Z 16 Ingrid Berget

16:00: Welcome

My Rotary Moment                                      

Peace Scholar (name of presentation TBA), Executive Director ISC Kiran Singh Sirah

Rotary Peace Project for Schools, District 1020 Peace Coordinator Jean Best

Open panel – all topics

17:08 Closing Remarks, Trustee Bryn Styles

Meet Rotary

“I always think about other people first, so Rotary was the perfect place to go. The feel good benefits of helping others are there for all to see. Our club has raised more than £42,000 for 33 different causes in the last two and a half years alone.”

- Miguel Serodio, Rotary Club of Blackpool Palatine

Miguel Serodio, Rotary Club of Blackpool Palatine
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