IC12 - Vocational Service

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Breakout Session Presented by the Rotary International Vocational Service Committee at the 2012 Rotary International Convention in Bangkok. Wednesday 9 May, 2012

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  • From online contributions to major gifts to endow Rotary Peace Fellows, people can give to The Rotary Foundation in many ways. In this session, an international panel will share the latest developments in giving and donor appreciation. You ’ll learn why you might want to direct your giving to one of the six areas of focus, and we’ll explore what’s on the horizon for charitable giving.
  • If you want additional information, I encourage you to work with your Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator, district leadership and/or Rotary staff to address any questions you might have. Also, fund development staff can help to prepare proposals and can assist you with solicitations when requested. And with that, I would like to return the floor to the moderator.
  • IC12 - Vocational Service

    1. 1. Vocational Service: Breakout Session Wednesday, 9 May 2012 12:30-2:00 pm – Phoenix 5 New Rotary Code of Conduct Paul A. Netzel R.I. Director, 2007-09 Vice Chair, RI Vocational Service Committee, 2011-12 Moderator, 2012 International AssemblyChair, Rotary Peace Centers Major Gifts Initiative, 2010-13 1
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    6. 6. Vocational Service: Breakout Session Wednesday, 9 May 2012 12:30-2:00 pm – Phoenix 5Vocational Training Teams (VTT) Paul A. Netzel R.I. Director, 2007-09 Vice Chair, RI Vocational Service Committee, 2011-12 Moderator, 2012 International Assembly Chair, Rotary Peace Centers Major Gifts Initiative, 2010-13 6
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