Whatever your reason, joining Rotary can help you achieve your goals, and so much more
Thinking of Joining Rotary?
Make A Difference in the World
Around the world and around the corner, the 1.2 million men and women of Rotary are busy putting Service Above Self by:
- Getting involved in their communities
- Connecting with other professionals
- Sharing their time and experience with young people
- Supporting global causes, such as eradicating polio
- Using their skills to help others
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Maybe you've seen a need in your own community and wondered how you could help. Maybe you want to use your professional skills to help others or even learn new skills. Maybe you're seeking connections with other service-minded professionals in your community or abroad.
Whatever your reason, joining Rotary can help you achieve these goals, and so much more.
Why should I join a Rotary club?
With clubs in almost every country, more than 1.2 million members embrace their diverse background and unite to exchange new ideas, apply expertise, and implement improvements that transform communities.
Our members work locally or partner international projects that address today’s most pressing humanitarian challenges of today.
The impact our members make takes shape at Rotary club meetings and activities. These gatherings give you the chance to:
- Change lives. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss and act upon your community’s greatest needs.
- Connect with other passionate people. Rotary club meetings are a place to strengthen connections to friends and neighbors and form meaningful relationships that last a lifetime.
- Invest in yourself. Many clubs offer workshops, conferences, guest speakers, and more – all aimed at helping you grow personally and professionally.
The Beginning of Rotary
The Object of Rotary
- The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service
- High ethical standards in business and professions and the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations as an opportunity to serve society.
- The application of the ideal of service by all Rotarians to their personal, business and community life.
- The advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace through a world of fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.