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Rotary Information Service Projects by PP Danilo “Danny” C. Reboya

Rotary Information Service Projects by PP Danilo “Danny” C. Reboya. Roles & Responsibilities. Learning Objectives. Understand the role of the service projects committee. Select appropriate committee members. Why are service projects important to Rotary?.

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Rotary Information Service Projects by PP Danilo “Danny” C. Reboya

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  1. Rotary Information Service Projects by PP Danilo “Danny” C. Reboya

  2. Roles & Responsibilities

  3. Learning Objectives • Understand the role of the service projects committee. • Select appropriate committee members.

  4. Why are service projects important to Rotary?

  5. In order to fulfil the mission of Rotary to help mankind, Service Projects must be implemented.

  6. SELF-FULFILMENT through helping others in need

  7. What is the role of the service projects committee? What are your responsibilities in this role?

  8. Responsibilities • Develop committee goals to achieve club service project goals. • Conduct service projects that include needs assessments, planning and evaluation. • Lead fundraising efforts. • Understand potential liability issues.

  9. What other duties does your club assign to the service projects committee?

  10. Other Responsibilities Relate project to Avenues of Service. Assess the club’s condition and resources. Assess the club members’ interests and capabilities. Identify resources needed. Establish a timeline. Consult district leadership for guidance / resources.

  11. Other Responsibilities Coordinate with other club committee / other RI program participants for assistance. Use RI / TRF resources. Practice good financial stewardship. Consider media mileage. Determine specific criteria for measuring progress.

  12. How can service projects benefit your club?

  13. Service projects . . . • Inspire and motivate members to do further service • Attract potential members interested in service • Increase member interest in club projects • Enhance the public image of Rotary

  14. What guidelines should you follow when planning service projects for the year?

  15. Service Project Guidelines • Relate projects to the Avenues of Service. • Address a genuine need. • Involve all club members. • Share ideas with other clubs. • Practice good financial stewardship.

  16. Why is a needs assessment important to service projects?

  17. Conduct aCommunity Needs Assessment . It is a way of gathering information about a community’s opinions, needs, challenges and assets used to determine which project/s will meet the REAL and PRESENT needs of the community.

  18. What service projects will you conduct this year, and how will they address the four Avenues of Service?

  19. What are the RI President-Elect’s emphases for the upcoming Rotary year?

  20. RIPE’s Emphases in RY 2012-2013 To increase Rotary’s Service, participate in a sustainable service project related to… • Peace and conflict prevention / resolution • Disease prevention and treatment • Water and sanitation • Maternal and child health • Basic education and literacy • Economic and community development For additional activities, please refer to the 2012-13 RI Presidential Citation Brochure

  21. What RI programs can clubs use to support their service projects? How can you work with these programs? How can you work with other club leaders?

  22. RI Programs • Interact • Rotaract • Rotary Community Corps (RCC) • Rotary Friendship Exchange • Rotary Volunteers • Rotary Youth Exchange • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) • World Community Service (WCS) • Rotarian Action Groups • Rotary Fellowships

  23. How can The Rotary Foundation support your club’s service projects?

  24. Funding through TRF’s various programs / grants

  25. How can you evaluate a service project?

  26. Evaluating Your Service Project • Did the project meet the community’s needs? • Were all club members involved? • Did the project attract media attention? • Was your club able to meet • the financial demands • of the project?

  27. What will you do with your evaluation results?

  28. Evaluation Results can be used as . . . • Reference in determining project’s success. • Guide for future service projects.

  29. What qualifications should be considered when selecting service project committee members?

  30. Service Projects Committee Members must have . . . • Knowledge of the local community • Profession related to service • International study or travel experience or knowledge of a foreign language • Community volunteer experience

  31. How can you help your committee members do their job effectively? How can you motivate committee members?

  32. To Motivate Committee Members . . . • Involve them in the planning process. • Acknowledge their efforts and accomplishments. • Ask for and incorporate their suggestions. • Provide them with challenging tasks. • Explain how their duties and tasks contribute to club goals.

  33. Thank you! Rotary Information Service Projects by PP Danilo “Danny” C. Reboya

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