Therefore, every current member is an advocate for our organisation and needs to have thought through how they can explain what membership means to them. The could be describing a ‘Rotary Moment’ (when membership became alive for them) or an ‘Elevator Speech’ (giving an overall description of Rotary in a few minutes but concentrating on service programmes).
more This page is about how to attract membership.
more Members will stay in clubs and be keen to extend their service commitments and involvement in the Rotary world if they feel that they are involved and that the gift of their time is worthwhile.
more As with all RIBI Districts, the ability to maintain our service activities faces the challenge of a membership defined by its older age demographic and a rapidly changing world of increasing volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.
more Preparation of, and responsible for, the content of the main District 1070 Training Sessions i.e. the ‘generic’ training.
more Some facts about Rotary
more Rotary welcomes people to join us, either as supporters, helping with events and activities, or as members.
back This page is mainly aimed at Rotarians but the information is not confidential so is viewable by non Rotarians.