New corporate members scheme
New corporate members scheme

The Rotary Club of Ipswich has launched a new membership scheme to enable business leaders and other organisations who are interested in joining Rotary to become corporate members.

Corporate membership costs £150 per annum and entitles a senior member of an organisation and up to three designees to become members. The senior member or any of the designees can then attend as many meetings as practicable, attend social functions and participate in community and fund raising activities.

Rotarian Roger Girling said: “There are a great number of business leaders and other organisations who we believe would be interested in joining Rotary, but through pressure of work cannot commit sufficient time for total involvement. As a club we have been contacted by many organisations who want to get involved, as it fits in with their ethos of commitment and responsibility within the local community. This is the fundamental reason for us launching our corporate membership scheme.”

Attendees at the launch event at the Holiday Inn, Ipswich were each given an information pack and a welcome letter from the club president.

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“I always think about other people first, so Rotary was the perfect place to go. The feel good benefits of helping others are there for all to see. Our club has raised more than £42,000 for 33 different causes in the last two and a half years alone.”

- Miguel Serodio, Rotary Club of Blackpool Palatine

Miguel Serodio, Rotary Club of Blackpool Palatine
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