Resources for club officers
Rotary International offers many resources to help club officers understand their roles and responsibilities and help their club achieve its goals. Rotary Images
Rotary International offers many resources to help club officers understand their roles and responsibilities and help their club achieve its goals. Effective clubs are able to
- Sustain or increase their membership base
- Implement successful service projects that address the needs of their community and communities in other countries
- Support The Rotary Foundation through both financial contributions and program participation
- Develop leaders capable of serving in Rotary beyond the club level
For all club leaders
TRF Global Contribution Form
-- This document that should accompany contributions and donor appreciation requests to The Rotary Foundation.
Leadership Development: Your Guide to Starting a Program
-- This provides guidelines and resources for developing a leadership development program.
-- 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, treasurers, and secretaries have access to additional club reports and records.
Membership Development Resource Guide -- Materials to assist the club officer responsible for developing the club's prospective and new member information programs. Contents: New Member Orientation: A How-to Guide for Clubs , Membership Development Resource Guide , and the RI Catalog .