Arch Klumph Society More of a good thing

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The Arch Klumph Society, named after the man considered the father of The Rotary Foundation, honours Rotary’s highest tier of donors — those who have given $250,000 or more to the Foundation.

Gary C K Huang sees the Arch Klumph Society as so important that he has made adding to its ranks a major focus of his tenure as 2019–20 Chair of the Trustees of The Rotary Foundation.

The Arch Klumph Society honoured 30 donor couples,  including nine couples from Taiwan (see top),  at One Rotary Center in Evanston in October 2019.
The Arch Klumph Society honoured 30 donor couples,
including nine couples from Taiwan (see top),
at One Rotary Center in Evanston in October 2019.

From July 2019 to March 2020, the ­society welcomed 95 new ­members — which is a 25 per cent increase over the same period of the previous Rotary year and more than the total for all of 2018–19.

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Gifts to the Arch Klumph Society, like all donations to the Foundation, help fight diseases such as Covid-19. They also provide clean water, save the lives of mothers and children, support education, and help local economies grow. To learn more about The Rotary Foundation, visit
rotary.org/foundation.

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