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How do I join Rotary?

You can fill out an application here.Membership Application  Membership types are:


 

Service Member

Regular Member

Corporate Member

Purpose

To provide a low-cost way for people strictly interested in hands-on volunteer work a vehicle to do that work and be recognized

For individuals to provide ongoing support of and leadership at all Rotary projects and events

To enable corporations to be members without committing specific individuals to attend.

Financial Commitment

Approximately $250 / year, consisting of:

  • Rotary International dues, including magazine
  • District dues
  • $10 / quarter club admin fee
  • Buy two tickets at member price to fundraiser

Invited to all events, pay as you go

Approximately $1,000 per year, consisting of :

  • All service member dues (see left)
  • PLUS $200 / quarter for meals

 

 

Approximately $1500 per year, consisting of:

  • All service member dues
  • Meals for one representative
  • Corporate sponsorship at annual fundraiser

Foundation Commitment

Encouraged to pay at least $25 per quarter “Sustaining Member”

Encouraged to pay at least $25 per quarter “Sustaining Member”

Required to pay at least $25 per quarter “Sustaining Member”

Member Responsibilities

  1. Work at least 75% of service projects
  2. Attend fundraiser
  1. Work at least 75% of service projects
  2. Attend and bring guests to fundraiser
  3. Attend 50% of lunch meetings
  1. Work at least 75% of service projects
  2. Attend and bring guests to fundraiser
  3. Attend 50% of lunch meetings

Club Commitments

Club commits to having 4 to 6 after-hours events (including fundraiser) at which member is encouraged to attend

Club commits to having 4 to 6 after-hours events (including fundraiser) at which member is encouraged to attend

Club commits to having 4 to 6 after-hours events (including fundraiser) at which rep is encouraged to attend. Club will recognize as corporate sponsor as appropriate

Voting and Other

No voting rights, but welcome to attend any lunch meeting

Full voting rights (1 vote per member)

Gets 1 vote at any meeting. Must designate lead representative for records.


 

Dictionary Distribution 2014 

Dictionary Distribution 2014

Typical Lunchtime Meeting

Rotarians at the Darien 4th of July Parade

Annual Darien Rotary Family Picnic
Food For Kids Backpack Program

 Darien Rotary Club's Annual Charity Auction