Welcome to the official website of the Rotary Club of Tortola. It is the largest of the four Rotary Clubs located within the British Virgin Islands but together we are known as the Rotary Clubs of the BVI. Our club has been established on 5th January 1968 and has a membership of over 80+ members. We are the home club of 2019-2020 District Governor Delma Maduro (D7020), the first female District Governor in the British Virgin Islands. 
"Service above self"
Enjoy navigating through our website and enhance your knowledge about our organization. Learn about the benefits of becoming a member and the impactful products we conduct throughout our community. Most importantly, network with like-minded individuals while conducting service and having fun.
Our club meets every Thursday at the Seven at the Pier Restaurant, located at the Cyril B Romney Tortola Pier Park. Fellowship starts at 12 pm and our meetings officially start at 12:30 pm.
We also meet virtually via zoom.     
If you are interested in joining Rotary please send us an email and let us arrange a time of your convenience to be a guest at one of our weekly lunch meetings.
Thursday, January 13th 2021
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On behalf of the entire membership of the Rotary Club of Tortola, we wish you peace and prosperity in 2022.
Wishing all happy holidays from the Rotary Club of Tortola
Items used to create this festive look was repurposed from old recycled materials and old Christmas decorations. The overall design of the Port Purcell roundabout when viewed from above symbolizes Rotary's mark of excellence.
On 14 August 201, Haiti was devastated by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake.  Rotary Club of Tortola (RCT) President Ian S Smith immediately convened a small committee of members of RCT to formulate an action plan for immediate, effective and impactful relief and recovery efforts in Haiti.
Kirstie Palmer of the BVI Humane Society was yesterday’s guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Tortola weekly hybrid meeting. After her heartwarming presentation about the progress made by the Society and the roadblocks they are currently facing a plight was shared with members.  It was then when, the  Rotary Club of Tortola made a contribution towards their efforts and donated a sum of $50,000 towards the Humane Society #rotary #rotaryshares #rotaryresponds #ServeToChangeLives 
On September 4, 2021, the Rotary Club of Tortola completed its first youth service project at the St. George's Primary School.  Members of the club found an innovative way for students to learn and enhance their mathematics skills. This was done by turning their old stairway into multiplication stairs.
School resumes on September 6th 2021. As students enter their school campus this new stairway will help students visualize and be a constant reminder towards advancing their mathematics knowledge as they walk around campus. 
August is the time of the year when we celebrate the heart of the club, its membership. Being in Rotary you learn about one another and develop deep connections with each other. We learn about people skillsets, cultural differences and their passion for service.

At this moment, there are over 1.2 million Rotarians in over 35,000 countries worldwide. Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta’s call for action is “Each One Bring One”, his goal for this Rotary Year is to increase the membership to 1.3 million by June 2022.

During the month, the Rotary Club Of Tortola took a fun initiative in highlighting and remembering its dynamic members by sharing their Rotary story. I am a Proud Rotarian profile was created to highlight the uniqueness of each member. In addition to this, the profiles aim to change the mindsets of others within the community, inspiring them to join the club and commit to “Serve to Change Lives”. (visit the national tab for all proud Rotarian profiles)
During the month, the club acknowledged its rich history, important achievements and membership succession that transcended through generations. Our Together is better: Family within Rotary highlights those moments.
BVI Rotary Family has once again come together in organizing relief and recovery assistance, this time to the persons impacted by the devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti.  As an initial response, the BVI Rotary Clubs has a local Bank account to support this initiative.  Experts both in Haiti and in Disaster response report that cash is the most effective and efficient way to aid those who are in need immediately. Understandably, those in Haiti need our help and as such, we are asking for the public to open their hearts once again and assist in this secure way.  Please donate if you can.
By wire transfer:
Bank: Republic Bank (BVI) Limited
Account: # 1901-4-79001
Swift Code: RBNKVGVG (USD)
Beneficiary Name: Rotary Club of Tortola (Disaster Relief)
Beneficiary Account: 5005929
Beneficiary Address: Road Town, Tortola, VG 1110 British Virgin Islands
Intermediary Bank Details:
 Bank of America
 701 Brickwell Avenue
Miami, Florida 33131
Fedwire aba: 026009593
Swift Address: BOFAUS3M
By Cheque:
Payable to: Rotary Club of Tortola
Donations can be given to any Rotarian
In grand style at the Sugar Mill Hotel on Saturday 19th June the Rotary Club of Tortola Installed Ian. S. Smith as President for the Rotary Year July 2021 – June 30th, 2022.
The event was one of celebration of the accomplishments of the previous Rotary Year under the leadership of Immediate Past President Dion A. Stoutt and outgoing Board as well as laying out the plans for the upcoming year.
“The incoming board and I are honoured to receive the mantle of leadership of the Rotary Club of Tortola for the 2021-2022 Rotary year from President Dion and his Board and we congratulate them for an outstanding year that culminated in numerous awards at the recently concluded District Conference.” Ian S. Smith.