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DISTRICT 6880 GOALS

RotaryFlagAs we approach the new Rotary year, it is important to begin focusing on our planned goals for 2018-019. If you have not done so already, talk to your President Elect of your Club to make sure he or she has a vision for the upcoming year FOR YOU AND YOUR CLUB. Plan to accomplish meaningful goals. An old proverb reminds us that "where there is no vision, the people perish”. If you individually, or as a club, want to to thrive, make a plan, stretch your limits and focus on finishing not on failure. The race is not won at the start line, but at the planning and preparation time. It is not too early to break in that new pair of shoes for the race that starts July !. JOIN THE ROTARY REVOLUTION!

 

 


DISTRICT 6880 STATED GOALS
A Revolutionary Rotary Year 18-19

A. 50 for 50 Each Club President will select a deserving recipient of PHF for their club

B. Membership Competition between the Blue and and Gold Areas

Increase membership by net 3% District Wide and Create a Diversity Committee

C. Heart of America Zone 30-31 Rotary Leadership Institute Oct 9-14 in Montgomery, AL
14 States, 500 Current and Future District Leaders

D. Have simultaneous Polio Eradication Party (PEP) on World Polio Day Oct 24
GOAL: $100,000

E. Club Presidents (or designee) do the Jingle Jump
and qualify for drawing where the winner selected at random wins $500 for Christmas

F. Have all clubs participate in giving to the ANNUAL FUND of the Rotary Foundation:
Goal: $250,000 Starting with the PRESIDENT.

G. Increase Our Public Image by all Clubs Participating in PEOPLE OF ACTION CAMPAIGN

H. District Governor and any who will join him will Run a Hundred Miles for Rotary
(at least two miles: one away and one to the CLUB: Recommended Donation $100 per Club)

I. Start Three New Rotary Clubs in the District, two new Interact and two new Rotaract Clubs.

J. Increase District and Global Grant Particpation by 25% for the 2018-19 Year

K. Other Goals To Be Announced

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HEART OF AMERICA ZONE GOALS

 

A. NET GAIN IN MEMBERSHIP AND DIVERSITY

B. FOCUS AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE

1. Increase Annual Fund Giving to $115
2. Each district Give 20% of its DDF to Polio Eradication
3. Increase Endowment Fund by $3 million
4. Increase in District/ Club participation of global grants

C. ENCOURAGED AND MEASURED USE OF PEOPLE OF ACTION CAMPAIGN TO PROMOTE ROTARY’S PUBLIC IMAGE

In furtherence of these Zone Goals, District 6880 will detail them as follows:

A. MEMBERSHIP
Increase District Rotary membership by 75 members.

District Diversity Committee Created

Net gain of 2 members for small clubs (50 members or less)

Net gain of 2 females member for small clubs
Net gain of 2 member under the age of 40 for small clubs


Net gain of 3 members for large clubs (51 members or more)

Net gain of 4 female members for large clubs

Net gain of 4 members under the age of 40 for large clubs

25 or more clubs apply for district awards

Promote RLI training with a goal of 15 attending Session 1

Promote RLI training with a goal of graduating 10 Rotarians

Promote Visioning with 10 clubs participating and presenting results

Promote Assistant Governor club visits on a quarterly basis and report after each

Increase use the district’s database, DaCdb, with training and practice

B. HUMANITARIAN SERVICE

Annual Fund (AF) Giving Goals:

  1. Per Capita membership giving of $110 to AF
  2. 100% club participation to EREY
  3. 40% District Membership Become PHF
  4. 10% of district Membership Become Sustaining PHF
  5. 5% of District Become Major Donors
  6. Promote Three Grant Workshops During the Year
  7. Allocate and Spend 100% od District Designated Funds (DDF)
  8. allocate 20% of DDF to End Polio

 

C. PUBLIC IMAGE AND AWARENESS

Develop and Encourage at least 4 People of Action Campaigns (one a QUARTER)

  •  Promote the use of Rotary International’s brand center by providing training at each District meeting
  •  Increase awareness of Rotary Club Central (RCC) by providing training at each District meeting in the use of RCC
  • 100 percent of clubs within District enter and quarterly update their yearly goals in Rotary Club Central
  • 100 percent of clubs within District sponsor at least one participant in RYLA
  • Promote attendance at Rotary District Conference IN BIRMINGHAM with a goal of 150 Rotarians attending
  • Promote attendance at Rotary International Conference IN HAMBURG with a goal of 25 Rotarians attending
  • Maintain the District website to include current information with monthly updates
  • Publish clear and concise user guidelines for using www.rotary.org/Rotary Club Central (RCC) on our website
  • Issue the District Directory electronically at the district website by July 1, 2018
  • Create an APP to access the District Directory with access via the District websit
  • Issue a district newsletter via DaCdb email by the 15th of each month
  • Issue a weekly update via DaCdb email on each Monday
  • Encourage all clubs within our District to host and maintain a FaceBook page, Instagram and Twitter presence.

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