As a large and diverse organisation, Rotary provides individuals with the power to help those in need. There are countless opportunities to make a difference to those less fortunate than ourselves.
In an increasingly complex world, Rotary maintains a simple philosophy - make friends in your own community and throughout the world.
Giving back to the community
Through Rotary, service to local and overseas communities is well organised and rewarding. If you like helping others, here is your chance to do something worthwhile and make a real difference.
Fun and entertainment
Rotary is fun... a lot of fun. Every Rotary club and district arranges parties and activities that provide a welcome distraction to a hectic business life.
Networking opportunities are endless. Rotary consists of a cross-section from every business community and its members come from all walks of life. Rotarians help each other and collectively help others.
Personal growth and development
Membership of Rotary develops leadership, public speaking, social, business, personal and vocational skills as well as improving cultural awareness.
Clubs organise programmes and weekly meetings to keep members informed about what is going on in the community, the country, and the world. Each meeting provides an opportunity to listen to different speakers on a variety of current topics.
Every Rotarian is welcome - even encouraged - to attend any of the 33,000 clubs around the world.
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more Why did I join Rotary when was approaching retirement? Why, after 15 years am I a member? It’s Simple. Rotary is a life enriching experience .To be honest that’s not why I joined, but that is how it has turned out for me. I can’t think of one good reaso
more Are you on the cusp of retirement and wondering how you could continue to contribute to society, or are you looking for a way to meet like-minded people who want to help those less fortunate and have fun in the process?
more Rotary meant little to me in my formative years, I knew no-one in the organisation and nothing about it apart from it was ‘something to do with charity…’. A random conversation with a friend who had joined Rotary prompted me to ask the question, ‘what doe
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