Membership Application Form

You are invited to join the PNW Rotary Passport Club.  Interested?  Contact Sean Hogan at


Thursday, February 1 evening at the Burrard Public House located at 2414 Saint Johns Street, Port Moody, BC V3H 2B1.  Doors will open at 6:30 and the meeting will start at 7pm.

Saturday, March 3 Charter Night Celebration at NorthWood Hall in Bellingham.  Details to follow. If you want to be a Charter Member, download the membership application in the left column and send to Sean Hogan at

Guests are welcome to both meetings!  You don’t have to be potential members, just interested in attending to see what we are all about.

Rotary Passport Club members are local people who want to make a difference in their community in a way that fits within their time, talent and finances, as well as with their family, work and life commitments.

To do this, the Rotary Passport Club only holds fewer meetings - which could be monthly or  a minimum of four "in-person" meetings each year. Instead of weekly meetings, members are encouraged to engage in humanitarian service - however that works best for them.  
The members of this new club will determine how the club operates.

The founding principle of the Rotary Passport Club is to make Rotary fit your life. 

Rotary Passport Club members are full Rotary members, with the same privileges and rights as Rotarians in traditional clubs.

Membership in our club provides you with a passport to visit and work with any other Rotary Club in the world and to take part in activities, programs and projects that interest and engage you.

How can you participate and make a difference as a member of the Rotary Passport Club? You might:

  • Attend meetings of other Rotary Clubs that are convenient for you.
  • Support service projects and fundraising activities of local Rotary Clubs.
  • Donate and support The Rotary Foundation.
  • Serve the community by volunteering with other community, civic or international organizations, programs or projects.

Membership in the Rotary Passport Club is a privilege and an honor. The Rotary Passport Club holds its members to the highest ethical standards.

To become a member, a prospective member must be sponsored by a current member of the Rotary Passport Club or a current Rotarian in good standing, and submit an application for membership.

Who should be a member of the Passport Rotary Club?

  • Former Rotary members who want to rejoin.
  • Current or past members of the Rotary family, including Rotaractors and alumni of Rotary programs such as Scholarship or Group Study Exchange programs and youth programs.
  • Young people who are early in their career.
  • Young families.
  • Retirees who now have time and talent to give back.
  • Anyone interested in doing good in this world.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Rotary Passport Club or have questions, contact us. If you decide to join, complete the application form which will be reviewed by the Board of Directors and then presented to the current club membership for acceptance.  

Applicants should live or work in Rotary District 5050's geographical area from Hope, BC to Everett, WA.

The cost of membership is expected to be at or over $120 USD per year (that’s only $10 per month) - the exact cost will be determined by the members approving their own budget.

A welcoming ceremony of new members will be held at each "in-person" meeting of the Rotary Passport Club.

The affordable dues structure and flexible nature of the Rotary Passport Club could be the right fit for you.

For more information, contact Sean Hogan at