S ince Rotary Club Central launched, thousands of clubs have used the online tool to set and track their goals. Data collected through the tool will give Rotary a better way to measure the impact Rotarians are making worldwide.
The new tool empowers club and district leaders to monitor club progress and achievements in three key performance areas: membership initiatives, service activities, and Rotary Foundation giving.
Rotary Club Central includes charts that track membership retention and Annual Fund giving over the past five years. District leaders can view a summary of club progress.
Only club leaders including the president, secretary, treasurer, executive secretary, foundation chair, and membership chair can edit goals and achievements for the year they are in office. All club members can view club goals and achievements for all years.
All district leaders, including governor, governor-elect, assistant governor, and committee chairs can view a summary of goals and achievements for all clubs in their district by clicking on “District View”.
If a club is unable to enter goals, any district leader can input data on behalf of the club. The club president will be notified by email when any changes are made to their goals.
Club leaders are encouraged to log in to Member Access and enter their data in Rotary Club Central so that club members, the district governor, and assistant governors can see it.
Look for additional goals and features in the coming months.
If you have any questions, email the Contact Center
or contact your Club and District Support representative