Your Foundation Team

 

 

How can a Rotary Foundation Coordinator (RFC) help?

 
Your Rotary Foundation Coordinator works in collaboration with your Assistant Rotary Foundation Coordinators to support districts and clubs in identifying and achieving their foundation goals. Rotary’s regional leaders — Regional Rotary Foundation coordinators (RRFCs), End Polio Now Zone Coordinators, and endowment/major gifts advisers (E/MGA) — use their knowledge and skills to support and strengthen clubs, to focus and increase Rotary’s humanitarian service, and to enhance our public image and awareness. .They promote best practices arising from their clubs and districts and connect leaders that need assistance with Rotarians who are finding innovative ways to enhance foundation program participation and service.
 
RRFCs help Rotarians fully participate in their Foundation to meet their service and fundraising goals. They:
  • Encourage Rotarians to support PolioPlus, Rotary’s highest-priority program
  • Support clubs and districts in their fundraising, including Rotary’s Annual Fund
  • Educate clubs and districts about Rotary grants
 

Art Zeitler

Rotary Foundation Coordinator
Zone 25B
azeitler@sbcglobal.net
361-947-3830
          

 Pat Merryweather-Arges

Rotary Foundation Coordinator
Zone 29
dg6450pat@aol.com
       
       

Chuck Mason

End Polio Now Coordinator
Region 36 South (Zone 25B)
chuckmason@mac.com
(H): 409-898-4746
(B): 409-554-4850
(M): 409-656-2509

Tim Murphy

End Polio Now Coordinator
Region 36 North (Zone 29) 
tim.murphy@murphyauto.net
(C):  612-719-9745
       

Terry Ziegler

Endowment/ Major Gifts Advisor
 
Region 36 South
Supporting Districts:   5580, 5610, 5630, 5650, 5680, 5710, 5790, 5810, 5840, 5870, 5890, 5910, 5930, 5950, 5960, 5970, 6000, 6220, 6250, 6270, 6420, 6440, and 6450
Bigzlumber@aol.com
(B): 713-748-1730
(M): 713-825-1176