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International Lane: Priscilla Kinnear (interim Chairperson)

Montgomery Village Rotary  supports international projects. We participate with local, district, regional, and global projects such as the Polio Plus initiative.

Volunteer for an international project

Through the Rotary Volunteers program, Rotarians and other skilled professionals further Rotary's Avenue of Vocational Service  by using their professional skills and experience to contribute to international humanitarian projects wherever help is needed. Volunteers with an extensive range of skills, whether they're in accounting or water treatment, are invited to participate. All Rotarians and volunteer-minded friends of Rotary can significantly contribute at the club, district, or international level. See the volunteer form  or the program handbook  for guidelines.

Volunteers: Register your availability

Ready to get involved? Register as a Rotary Volunteer by completing the International Volunteer Registration form.

Once you submit the form, Rotary club and district officers in your area review your skills and experience. Endorsed volunteers will be included in the Rotary Volunteers database , regularly reviewed by Rotarians and independently sponsored projects.  As a Rotary Volunteer, you will serve as a representative of Rotary.

Develop an international project

Developing a World Community Service (WCS)  project is a great way to further Rotary's Avenue of International Service.  A WCS project is created when Rotary clubs from two or more countries unite to serve one of their communities. These collaborations help Rotary clubs undertake more ambitious projects that improve lives while fostering international fellowship and understanding. In addition to providing volunteers, clubs can support projects by offering financial assistance, donating goods, or becoming a Matching Grant partner. Program details can be found in the WCS Handbook .  

Use ProjectLINK

ProjectLINK is an online, searchable database that lists Rotary club and district service projects in need of support and examples of best practices.

Use ProjectLINK to list your club's project, learn about other club's service efforts, or make a contribution.