Under President Conrad Marty, RCM gained the distinctions of being Most Outstanding Club in Club Service, Community Service, Vocational Service, International Service, Youth Service and Overall. It also claimed Outstanding Special Project honors for Literacy and its Anti-TB Project, recognition for the Most Number of Registered Delegates to the Salt Lake City RI Convention, the Award for Highest Contribution in absolute amount to the Annual Program Fund of The Rotary Club Foundation, a Zone Literacy Award Certificate and a Presidential Citation Certificate. For Gawad Kalinga-Villa Paraiso, it built and turned over 38 new houses to as many families, completed a water system serving 72 households, conducted four Medical-Dental Missions, initiated the Bahay Karunungan reading program in partnership with Bagong Kulturang Pinoy and Lufthansa, conducted three modules of supplemental feeding and a de-worming session for young kids as well as tuberculin testing and free x-ray for residents, and delivered Christmas presents to 420 children under the Rotary Anns’ Last Angel Gift-Giving Project.
The Club also secured approval for two Matching Grants from TRF: $16,000 for the Water System Project at GK Villa Paraiso and $50,000 for a new round of TB Elimination Projects. A total of P1,159,970 in financial assistance was given to 26 Rotary Clubs under the Partnership in Service Program (PSP), bringing to over P9,100,000 the total amount bestowed since the project’s inception in 1999. Other commendable activities included running 11 Supplemental Feeding modules involving 330 children, holding Career Guidance sessions for the graduating high school class of two schools, training 108 public school teachers under the PP Ever Macatulad Teaching Training Program at the Ateneo de Manila University, enlisting 21 new Paul Harris Fellows, raising P590,000 in net revenues with the 19th Christmas Bazaar, and setting a new record of 2,040 children served in the Last Angel GiftGiving Project. Sister Club relations were established with the Rotary Club of Tarlac and Rotary Club of Calamba, while relations were renewed with seven Sister Clubs and 19 Brother Clubs. Two GSE Teams were hosted, from D-3740 Korea and D-5320 USA. Under BATS, 437,660 books were distributed to 1,724 schools, bringing to 11,336,500 the number of books distributed since 1988. A total of P355,000 in financial assistance was granted to six institutions and two Rotary Clubs under Special Projects, while 11 free inhospital surgical missions with 197 beneficiaries were conducted in partnership with the Philippine General Hospital. Phase 2 of the La Mesa Project involving the construction of nine drinking water stations and overhead water tank was completed at the La Mesa Eco Park at a cost of P1.2 million, as covered by a memorandum of agreement with ABS-CBN Foundation’s Bantay Kalikasan. The new MRCFI Building on Camia Street, Guadalupe Viejo that houses the RC Makati Clubhouse was inaugurated in September 2007 when Conrad was chairman of the Foundation.