Kathy Fahy shared this recent report on volunteering with Rotary:
The Value of Rotary Volunteering
Have you ever wondered about Rotary’s collective effort and global impact? A special report prepared by the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies found that Rotary members had volunteered a total of 5.8 million hours within a four-week survey period. Extrapolating those results over an entire year, the report gave a conservative estimate of nearly 47 million hours of volunteer effort generated by Rotarians in a typical year.
General Secretary John Hewko said, “This is just the beginning of using the most innovative tools of measurement to capture and enhance our impact.” Download the full report The Impact of Rotary Volunteering --- 47 Million Hours a Year and Counting to learn more about the top ten findings and view visual data and infographics on Rotary's global impact. 
Here is the link to the study: