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AMBASSADORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS VS. DISTRICT AND GLOBAL GRANT SCHOLARSHIPS


Continued AMBASSADORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS


The 2010-11 class of Ambassadorial Scholars received US$9.6 million through individual grants of $25,000. Since 1947, a total of $532 million has been awarded to 41,000 men and women.


The Ambassadorial Scholarship program over the


The Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship program will end in 2013.


past 65 years has promoted international understanding and friendly relations among people of different parts of the world. The Ambassadorial Scholarships program helped RI to meet its mission while providing a superb service. Rotarians wondered if we could move forward with a new scholarship program with greater flexibility.


The Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship program will end in 2013.


Beginning in 2013-14, The Foundation will now offer scholarship opportunities through district and global grants. This new grant structure gives Rotarians greater flexibility in sponsoring the next generation of leaders.


ROTARIANS MUST CONTINUE TO FOCUS ON THE ROTARY FOUNDATION (TRF) FUNDRAISING


THE OPPORTUNITY TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR THOSE THAT NEED THAT HELP IS AN AIM OF TRF AND A GOAL OF THE FUTURE VISION PLAN.


IF ROTARY CLUBS CONTINUE TO CONTRIBUTE TO TRF AND THEN


USE ITS FUNDS FOR LARGER AND MORE FLEXIBLE GRANTS, WE CAN ACCOMPLISH INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING AND FRIENDLY RELATIONS AMONG PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD WHILE


WORKING TOWARDS 100 PERCENT LITERACY IN OUR COMMUNITIES’ AND THE WORLD. TRF FUNDRAISING: THE IMPORTANT FOCUS.


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