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 Membership Overview

 

All Rotary Clubs need to add new members regularly to stay vibrant in the community, if only to keep pace with attrition.  These pages are meant as a resource for Clubs in our district to share with each other positive experiences in reaching new members and provide tools to make the task of membership development easier. 

The Building Blocks for an effective club: Fun, Fellowship, Excellent Weekly Programs, Strong Club Leadership, Community and International Service Projects, Rotary Education are the essentials that attract and retain new members.  Included in the pages that follow are proven ideas and techniques to help you build and maintain a strong Rotary Club, engaged with its members and serving the needs of your community.

 

Our district's Membership Committee can help your club address the issues for recruiting and retaining members. Below you will find a PowerPoint presentation, as well as other documents intended to help your club. Feel free to change these to meet the needs of your club. 

 

What works in your club? You can help others in our district if you will share with us your experiences. This is a vital way to serve others. Be generous with your ideas! 

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 Resources

Club Leadership Powerpoint

 MOD Manual

 Be My Guest Postcard

Club Brochure Design 1

Club Brochure Design 2

 New Member Orientation

 Rotary Basics

 Telling Your Story

 This is Rotary

 Wallet Card Invitation

 Here is a ten page list of possible classifications. 

 The Membership Process

 New Member Proposal Form

Membership Inquiry Form

Membership Development

Membership Retention

 

 New Member Education & Rotary Indoctrination

Here is a PowerPoint Presentation from the Rotary Club of Woodstock-Oxford in Ontario, Canada. This could be adapted to use in your own club.

Fireside Chat - PowerPoint Presentation