In Rotary clubs around the world, Rotarians like you are changing lives in their own communities and those abroad — and forming strong, lasting friendships in the process. So, how do you want to get involved in Rotary?

VOLUNTEER MY SKILLS
IMPROVE MY COMMUNITY
BUILD MY NETWORK
HELP ROTARY GROW

 

In Rotary clubs around the world, Rotarians like you are changing lives in their own communities and those abroad — and forming strong, lasting friendships in the process. So, how do you want to get involved in Rotary?

VOLUNTEER MY SKILLS
✔ Talk to club members about where your expertise is most needed.
✔ Serve on a club committee.
✔ Attend your club’s next assembly and help plan club activities.

IMPROVE MY COMMUNITY
✔ Volunteer to help with your club’s signature project — one your club is known for in the community. ✔ Work with a youth program sponsored by your club, such as Interact.
✔ Identify a need in your community and suggest a hands-on project that addresses this need.

BUILD MY NETWORK
✔ Attend as many club meetings as you can. Connect with different people each time.
✔ Join a Rotary Fellowship and meet Rotarians in other countries who share your interests.
✔ Go to your district conference and the RI Convention.
✔ Check out another Rotary club’s meeting.

HELP ROTARY GROW
✔ Recommend a friend or colleague for membership in your club. All Rotarians can — and should — invite new members.
✔ Participate in a club leadership development program.
✔ Tell friends and colleagues about how your club is giving back to your community.

THE FOUR-WAY TEST, created by a Rotarian, underscores our commitment to integrity:
Of the things we think, say or do
1) Is it the TRUTH?
2) Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3) Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4) Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?