Membership
When you walk into your own club would you want to join this organisation?
 
To improve your club membership
  • Assess your club
  • Engage your members
  • Develop a membership plan
  • Connect with prospective members
  • Follow up leads
  • Ensure new members are welcomed and engaged
For further assistance contact Membership Chair 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ruth Byers
Rotary Club of Seymour
membership@rotary9790.org.au
Mobile: 0447 300 839
 
 
Membership Committee
Zone 1 -
Beverly Baker
Rotary Club of Diamond Creek
Mobile: 0417390982
 
Zone 2 -
Philip Bright
Rotary Club of Appin Park
Mobile: 0405 983 818
 
Zone 3 -
Bryce McNair
Rotary Club of Albury
Mobile: 0400 559 329
 
Club Support 
The district membership committee is available to guide and support you. If your club has stalled in growth, ask for a committee member to share ideas or come and speak to your club.
 
 
1. How to propose a new member
To propose a new member to your club board and club members Rotary International has developed a brochure incorporating details of the process and an application form.  You can download this brochure by clicking on the following link:   Rotary Membership Form
 
2. Corporate/Organisational Membership
Guidelines have been developed to assist clubs in approaching businesses or other organisations to consider membership of their Rotary Club. The three files are:
 
 
3. Passport Clubs
Guidelines for the establishment of a Passport club are provided to assist you in its set up and planning.  The two files are:

4. Satellite Clubs
Guidelines for the establishment of a Satellite club are provided to assist you in its set up and planning.   The three files are:
 
5.Alternative Club Models
Does your club face challenges such as
  • My club does not reflect our community when it comes to gender, profession, ethnicity and age.
  • People have trouble making it to our meeting because of its time or location.
  • We have trouble attracting members because people are too busy or the cost is too expensive.
  • We are losing members because they have different interests and experience levels.
  • We have trouble finding new members because we do the same service project every year.
  • We lose potential members because family members aren’t welcome at our meetings and events.
  • It is challenging to find new people to lead our club.
For all your answers go to - Flexible options for clubs
 
6. Membership Resources
Go to the RI website to access a range of resources. These include brochures, booklets, questionnaires, guides and reports. You also access the RI learning centre by clicking below where you can complete a variety of online courses.