Becoming a Friend of Rotary allows you to share our ideals and objectives without the responsibility or commitment required from a full member. But it does allow you to be part of a Rotary club to contribute to the community and to assist in club projects and events when you are available to do so.
Being a Friend of Rotary allows you to participate in fundraising events and projects or to simply make donations to club projects. However, some activities are not specifically designed to raise funds. They can be to assist in a hands-on working way, or they can be just to socialise. Rotarians call this fellowship. It is an opportunity to enjoy activities and each other's company, catch up with old friends and make or develop new ones.
Benefits of Friends of Rotary
Requirements of Friends of Rotary
Please note that as a Friend of Rotary, the following restrictions apply:
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