Rotary District 9600
Rotary International District 9600 Limited ACN 125 588 696
Local people working in our local communities

ROTARY VOLUNTEERS

Rotary Clubs have a wealth of local resources and potential volunteers at their fingertips.


Effective projects involve the community from the planning stage. Assessments, for example, allow Clubs to find out about their community's assets and skills. Tapping existing resources and involving local groups, businesses, and other volunteers fosters community support and helps promote a sense of ownership, increasing the likelihood of real, meaningful change.


Rotarian Action Groups and Rotarys' partners in service  Rotary Volunteers, Rotaractors and Rotary Community Corps  all have special talents that can strengthen a Clubs service efforts. Clubs interested in working with partners in service should consider how potential projects might harness these skills. Reaching out to these groups reinforces the family of Rotary, forms strong bonds across communities, and enhances Rotarys' public image. It also helps plant the seeds for future Rotary Clubs membership.


Volunteer support from Rotarians and project stakeholders is one of the most important parts of Rotary service. To sustain the work that a successful project requires, participants need to be motivated  not just at the start but throughout the effort. An initial positive experience often encourages people to get involved in other service activities.



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