Resources for club committees
Club committees are charged with carrying out the club’s long-range and annual goals.
When the new Rotary year begins 1 July, thousands of Rotarians begin their involvement with a club committee.
It’s through the work of club committees that a Rotary club provides service to its community, retains members, and develops leaders for the club, district, and Rotary International.
Club committees are charged with carrying out the club’s long-range and annual goals. Each Rotary club has different needs and will establish committees to suit them. Read more about club committees .
Whether you’re a new or returning club committee member, here are several resources that you may find helpful.
Club administration committee
Club membership committee
Club public relations committee
Club service projects committee
Club Service Projects Committee Manual
-- A guide to establishing and meeting club project goals
Communities in Action: A Guide to Effective Projects
-- A guide for planning, conducting, and evaluating a service project
Community Assessment Tools
-- Detailed guidelines for conducting effective community assessments
ProjectLINK -- A searchable database that lists Rotary club and district community service projects in need of funding, volunteers, donated goods, or partners for a Rotary Foundation Matching Grant, as well as completed projects that can be used as examples of best practices.
World Community Service Handbook
-- Information on the program, including overviews of donations-in-kind projects and the Rotary Volunteers program, as well as Rotary Foundation grant programs that can assist the projects
Club Rotary Foundation committee
For all club leaders
TRF Global Contribution Form
-- A document that should accompany contributions and donor appreciation requests to The Rotary Foundation
-- A list of RI publications, audiovisual programs, forms, and supplies, updated annually. Available in print and online at shop.rotary.org .
RI Visual Identity Guide
-- A reference for the design of publications at all levels of Rotary. Includes information on the proper use of the Rotary emblem, the Rotary colors, elements of good publications, grids and page layouts, typography, graphics, and photographs.
Member Access -- The members-only area of the RI website that allows Rotarians to contribute to The Rotary Foundation, manage their e-mail subscriptions from RI, register for meetings, download administrative software, and access member benefits. Club presidents, secretaries, treasurers, and club Rotary Foundation committee chairs have access to additional club reports and records.
Leadership Development: Your Guide to Starting a Program -- Guidelines and resources for developing a leadership development program.