Rotary Membership


The lifeblood of any strong organisation lies in its ability to recruit new members. New members bring about new ideas and change for the better. Clubs not recruiting new members get stagnant and unchanged and tend to gradually fade away. Finding and recruiting new members is every Rotarian's responsibility, to ensure their Club grows with the times and the organisation maintains it good work in the community and overseas.

It is important that every prospective member is warmly welcomed to club meetings. Each member should play their part in helping to involve and integrate new members in club activities.

Membership Development Project

   How would you like some financial help to increase your Club's membership?

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Rotary Membership pages:

D1100 Membership Development Project

more How would you like some financial help to increase membership?

Co-founder Mike Welsh welcomes everyone to the inaugural meeting of the Satellite Club

New Rotary Satellite Club - Thursday Welcome Breakfast

more The latest new Satellite Club in D1100 was inaugurated on 5th March 2020. Read all about it!

Rotary Citation 2018-2019

more Your Rotary, Rotaract, or Interact club can earn a Rotary Citation for achieving goals that strengthen Rotary and your club.

New Rotary Satellite Club - Rotary in the Rissingtons

more Have you thought of starting a satellite club in your area? If you have then here is a local example for inspiration.

Membership Proposal Form re Data Protection

more This form needs to be completed by all new members joining a Rotary Club in District 1100. It is to be retained by the Club Secretary.

Is your Club Fit for Purpose?


Developing a Membership for the 21st Century

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Attention to Retention

more You work so hard to get new members. Look after them to keep them.

Club Formation


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