Your Voice, Your Solution for inspiring club innovation
A member of the Rotary Club of Bay Area Sunrise, Oregan, USA, serves as a sous-chef during a fundraiser for Interactors. How do you encourage your club to be more innovative?
T wo years ago, the Rotary Club of Le Roy, New York, USA, began a Rent-a-Rotarian program.
Le Roy residents made donations to the club, and in exchange, members raked leaves, fixed fences, cleaned yards, and performed other small tasks. This innovative idea was a great way for the Le Roy Rotarians to interact, have fun, and raise money for their club.
Each month, Rotary International's problem-solving forum asks Rotarians for their ideas and strategies to address the challenges they deal with every day. This month's problem is how to get your club to be innovative.
Your club is a good club, but you don't feel it is reaching its full potential. You'd like it to be bigger, better, and bolder.
What are some innovative ideas you could present to your club?
Use the comments section below to share your solutions to this month's problem. Comments may be used in abbreviated form in other RI publications, including the Rotary E-Learning Center.
Past problems and your solutions: