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We are looking for new members, come and join us, a diverse group of local people dedicated to helping the community—giving something back to society by giving of our time and skills, while enjoying the fellowship of like-minded friends.

The Rotary Club of West Fife is a charity fundraising organisation, based in Dunfermline and the area west as far as Kincardine, where the club has been supporting the community since 1989. 
 
We raise money through local events and collections for local and international causes, including natural disasters.
 
Our members join together in a wide range of social events, such as theatre visits, walks, meals out and informal sports. We have fun and make friends while helping others. 
 
The meetings are held weekly on Tuesdays and members are welcome to attend as often as they can.
 
Another way to participate is through the Friends of Rotary – individuals who want to contribute to Rotary but may not choose to become a full member at this time.
 
If you are interested in joining us or would like to know more about Rotary and our Club, please contact us.

What are the benefits?

Rotary brings together people from all walks of life. Getting involved with Rotary provides benefits to not only  communities, but our members as well.

Social networking – Rotary is a great way to expand your social circles, meet new people and make lasting friendships, all while having fun and making a difference.

Develop your skills – You can share your personal and vocational skills, take up leadership roles, as well as learning from fellow members on activities such as project planning, communications and service delivery.

Enhance your understanding – Events such as the annual Rotary Showcase and the international Convention offer opportunities to be inspired by guest speakers and develop your global understanding. 

Business opportunities – Rotary was founded as a business networking group, and this still plays a part in Rotary today. Making connections with other members can enhance your professional life.

Work with leading organisations – Rotary’s reputation has allowed us to establish relationships with leading national and international charities, putting us at the forefront of change.

Be part of a global community – With 1.2 million members in 35,000 clubs in over 200 countries, Rotary is a global network of neighbours, friends and problem solvers making a difference in our communities.

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