This is a picture of Incoming President Steve Elman receiving recognition for contribution to the Permanent Fund.

This requires no money up front but just a commitment in your will. When you pass away then part of your estate ( what you have requested) goes to Rotary.

The Permanent Fund ensures The Rotary Foundation's ability to meet the urgent needs of the future through an endowment. An endowed contribution is a gift that the Foundation holds in perpetuity. The gift is invested, and only a portion of its investment return is used for purposes specified by the donor. To guard against inflation, the remaining investment return is added to the principal. The goal is to ensure that the principal maintains its real value over time. Thus, gifts to the Permanent Fund will grow and continue to support The Rotary Foundation for years to come.

Learn how to make a gift or commitment to the Permanent Fund.