Get Social with Rotary
Get Social with Rotary

Social Groups

Social Groups are Central to Rotary’s Values

 Social Groups are very important to Rotary and the men and women who belong to Rotary social clubs have a lot of fun! Every club arranges parties and social group activities with no other goal than to celebrate and socialise.

 Members have the chance to forge new friendships with like-minded people through social group gatherings- who share common goals, not just in their local area, but across the world.

 Join the Largest Social Club in the World

 When you join Rotary, you become a member of a vast international social club of 1.2 million members worldwide.

You will be welcome – even encouraged – to attend any of the 33,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical regions.

 This social bond creates an instant sense of belonging, wherever you are in the world. Many a member in need of a local doctor, lawyer, hotel, dentist, or other expertise while travelling has found assistance through Rotary.

 Be part of one of the largest social clubs in the world and register your interest in Rotary, we’d love to hear from you! Simply fill in the form by clicking here and we will contact you with details of clubs and open social events local to you.

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“The best thing for me is that I have been able to bring a lot of transferable skills to Rotary projects, which is so rewarding.”

- Ken Robertshaw, Rotary Club of Halifax

Ken Robertshaw, Rotary Club of Halifax
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