District & RI Awards
On this page will will be listing awards that are available for clubs and individuals sponsored by District 5020 and Rotary International. This page is not a complete list of all awards available.
District Membership Awards
Membership is a vital element of Rotary and the top performing clubs will be recognized during District Conference in Sidney, BC, May 31-June 2, 2013.
In the club categories of:
- Clubs up to 40 members as of May 1, 2012
- Clubs 41 to 70 members as of May 1, 2012
- Clubs 71 and more members as of May 1, 2012
MEMBERSHIP PERCENT GROWTH AWARD - District recognition of clubs with highest percent net growth.
MEMBERSHIP ABSOLUTE GROWTH AWARD – District recognition of clubs with highest absolute net member gain.
MEMBERSHIP RETENTION AWARD – District recognition of clubs with highest percent same members still in club.
To be eligible, clubs must report their performance by May 10, 2013. Send information and/or questions to
District Membership Chair, Jerry Obendorf, email@example.com or phone to 360 463-6386.
(For information on the project suggestions please download the 2010-11 Literacy Guide to District and Zone Awards
Club must complete five literacy projects. Projects that are the same but in different locations (e.g. books, dictionaries to schools) count as only one project.
Club must complete ten literacy projects, including the five required for the District Literacy Award, and
- one project from the list of suggested activities on the other side of the brochure
- either celebrate International Literacy Day (Sept. 8th) or celebrate Literacy Month in March
- complete a book project (e.g. a dictionary project)
District Foundation Awards
DP Peggs Award
The District Foundation Award is the DP Peggs Award presented to the club with the highest per capita giving. The award is based upon the end of year giving reported by The Rotary Foundation, usually in October of the following year and is presented by the District Governor
Rotary International Awards
Rotary International offers awards to recognize the efforts and contributions of Rotarians, Rotary clubs, and non-Rotarians. Eligible nominators may submit nominations according to each award's criteria and guidelines.
The Presidential Citation, which is designed to increase club involvement in the Four Avenues of Service and membership development. Read more in the Presidential Citation brochure on RI's website.
Avenues of Service Citation
Nominators: Club presidents
This citation program provides a way for Rotary clubs to personally recognize one club member for his or her outstanding efforts in the five Avenues of Service. A club member must have demonstrated support of the Object of Rotary through active participation in each of the five Avenues of Service: Club, Vocational, Community, International, and New Generations. Nominees must be an active Rotarian and can only receive the award once.