Information on how to join our club.
Who can join the club?
No age restriction.
Working or retired.
Any adult persons of good character and good business, professional or community reputation.
You must agree to uphold high moral and ethical standards in your personal, business and community life.
Types of membership
Associate members are free to attend any Rotary club meetings or events. They have no attendance requirement placed on them, however they cannot vote on any club matters, nor can they hold an office. There is a fee of £5 per year for an associate member and meals are paid at the same rate as full members.
Full members are free to attend any Rotary club meetings or events. They are requested to attend around 50% of club meetings and/or events. They can vote on any club matters, and can hold an office. There is a fee of £96 per year for full members and meals are paid at each meeting.
Corporate members can register between 1 and 4 of their staff as club members, depending on the size of the organisation. They can attend any Rotary club meetings or events. They can vote on any club matters, and can hold an office, just like any other member. There is a varying yearly fee, dependant on no of employees, for corporate members. Meals are paid at each meeting by the staff attending. It is up to the corporate member if they reimburse the meal cost to their staff.
How to join
Get in touch and we can meet you in an informal setting and let you know about our club.
If you want to know more you can come along at least three times to a meeting or help out at events, in order to allow you to get to know the club and the club to get to know you.
You may then be invited to join the club by a club member who will sponsor you and help you fill in a simple application form.
£15 per week for your dinner on a Monday night.
When you have returned the form and the club has approved your membership you will be introduced to everyone in the club and given your membership pack.
An experienced Rotarian will be identified as your mentor and will help you settle in to the club and answer any questions you have.
What benefits are there to membership?
You will make new friends and enjoy social nights together like, A Spanish Tapas evening, Theatre visits, Indian evening, Club BBQ’s.
You will have the satisfaction of helping our international projects and our local community projects.
You will help build strong healthy communities in Erskine, Bishopton, Langbank and Inchinnan and if you are a corporate member your role in community projects will be promoted by the club.
Through our regular speaker slot learn about lots of interesting subjects.
You will be part of an international community of Rotarians and will be welcome at any Rotary meeting anywhere in the world.