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Paul Harris - Money & Points
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Once you've given $1,000US to the Rotary Foundation and received your first Paul Harris Pin, you begin accumulating points in your account. In essense, it's like having 2 accounts:
•    One is your Money account. It has the $1,000 US you have donated so far.
•    The other is your Points account. It has just been created and has 0 points.

 

When you donate money:

The money goes into your Money account, and you earn 1 point for every $1 US you donated.

 

For example, say you donate $100 US:

•    Your Money account now has $1,100 US.
•    Your Points account. now has 100 points.

 

When you win a Foundation Bingo:

$87 is donated to the Foundation by our club in your name. The money goes into your account, but since you didn't donated it you do not earn points.

 

After you've won a Foundation Bingo:

•    Your Money account now has $1,087 US.
•    Your Points account. still has 0 points.

 

When the Foundation has a special deal:

The Foundation occasionally announces special deals, such as double points for donations. If you make a donation during that time, you receive the extras the Foundation offers.

 

For example, let's say the Foundation is offering double points and you donate $100 US:

•    Your Money account now has $1,100 US.
•    Your Points account. now has 200 points.

 

When someone donates points to you:

A fellow Rotarian can choose to give you some of their own points, out of the kindness of their hearts. This goes into your Points account, but does not give you any money,

 

For example, let's say a Rotarian donates 100 of their points to you:

•    Your Money account still has $1,000 US.
•    Your Points account. now has 100 points.