Rotary is all about building lifelong friendships — connecting with fellow Rotarians across communities, cities, countries, and cultures. Just one connection can lead to a great partnership.
  • Online
  • Offline and in-person
    • You don’t have to use a computer to make a connection. Outside of your club meetings, there are lots of opportunities to meet with other Rotarians in person. Here are a number of ways to get started.
  • Other resources
Start making your connections today!
 

Online

  • Update your Rotary profile at www.rotary.org to receive information tailored to your interests and connect with members who share those interests. There is also a Rotary profile in our Club website for connections here and in our District.
  • Use your Rotary profile to connect with club leaders and get the information you need to participate in projects and your community.
  • Discover inspiring stories of fellow Rotarians at Rotary Voices, the official Rotarian blog.
  • Learn about service projects worldwide at Rotary Showcase and put your club’s projects on display, too.
  • Explore Rotary grants at www.rotary.org/grants to learn how to apply for global and packaged grants for international humanitarian projects.
  • Use social media to reach out and start conversations. Inspire others to follow your lead and spread the word about Rotary.

Offline and in-person

You don’t have to use a computer to make a connection. Outside of your club meetings, there are lots of opportunities to meet with other Rotarians in person. Here are a number of ways to get started.
  • Make Rotary a family affair. Explore Interact, RYLA, and Rotary Youth Exchange opportunities for your kids and invite your spouse to your club’s meetings.
  • Attend the RI Convention. Meet and celebrate with other members from around the world and learn how to expand our impact. Attend your District and Zone Events.
  • Go to meetings at other Rotary clubs anywhere in the world to find international service partners and form new friendships.
  • Learn about another culture. Spend time abroad in a Rotarian’s home through a Rotary Friendship Exchange.
  • Join a Rotary Fellowship or Rotarian Action Group. Meet other members who share your interests and passions.

Other resources

  • Watch Rotary Video Magazine and read your Rotary magazine, Rotary news, and newsletters for stories about remarkable projects, helpful tips, and inspirational ideas.
  • Explore special-interest publications available at shop.rotary.org.
Start making your connections today!
 
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