The Rotary Foundation has developed several methods for recognizing the contributions of donors and interested parties. Detailed information on these recognition methods can be found on the Rotary Donor Recognition page.
Individual recognitions include:
- Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member
- Paul Harris Fellow
- Multiple Paul Harris Fellow
- Paul Harris Society Member
- Bequest Society
- Major Donor
- Arch Klumph Society
- Legacy Society
Club recognitions included:
- 100% Paul Harris Fellow Club
- 100% Paul Harris Society Club
- 100% Foundation Giving Club
- 100% Rotary’s Promise Club
- Every Rotarian, Every Year Club
- Top Three Per Capital in Annual Fund Giving
Other recognitions include:
- Endowed global Grant Fund
- Named Endowment
- Directed Gift Global Grants
- Rotary Peace Centers Endowment Opportunities
- Rotary Peace Centers Directed Gifts
- Rotary Peace Symposium Directed Gifts
- Entrepreneurial Named Gift for Peace
District 5080 Donor Recognitions
Polio Plus Society
The Polio Plus Society was established to recognized Rotarians who pledge to donate a minimum of $100 USD each year until the World is certified polio free by the World Health Organization.
Triple Crown Donor
The Triple Crown Donor recognition program was developed to honor members who have established a diverse portfolio of donation strategies. To qualify as a Triple Crown Donor, the member must meet the following criteria.
- Major Donor (level 1 or higher)
When cumulative donations reach $10,000, Major Donor recognition is bestowed. Choose to receive a crystal recognition piece and a Major Donor lapel pin or pendant.
- Paul Harris Society
By electing to contribute $1,000 or more annually to the Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or an approved Foundation grant, one can become a member of the Paul Harris Society.
- Bequest Society (level 1 or higher)
By making a planned gift of $10,000 or more via your estate plans, you become a member of the Bequest Society and are recognized with an engraved crystal recognition piece and a Bequest Society pin.