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 Membership
Guidelines have been developed to assist clubs in their approaching businesses or other organisations to consider membership of their Rotary Club.
 
 
3. Passport Clubs
Guidelines for the establishment of a Satellite club are provided to assist you in its set up and planning.  

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.