Your voice, your solution for increasing participation
A Rotarian volunteers at a mobile food pantry in Springfield, Missouri, USA. How do you get more of your members to actively participate in service projects? Rotary Images/Alyce Henson
W elcome to Rotary International's problem-solving forum. Each month, Rotarians are asked for their ideas and strategies to address challenges they deal with every day.
Provide your input to help create a Rotary knowledge base of best practices and new ideas that will help Rotarians around the world improve their clubs and their service to the community.
Please use the comments section to share your solution to the problem described below. Return to this page before the end of the month to read solutions from your fellow Rotarians. Comments may be used in abbreviated form in other RI publications, including the Rotary E-Learning Center.
Problem: Club members don't volunteer their time on service projects
Your lunch club is generous with its funding of service projects, but only five members volunteer to physically participate in them.
How do you get members to be more hands-on?
Past problems and your solutions: