While Rotary clubs are grounded in the same values, no two are the same, because each community has its own unique needs. At club meetings in communities across the globe, our members come together to strengthen their connections to friends and neighbors and their commitment to improving lives.
Rotaract clubs bring together young people ages 18 and older in communities to organize service activities, develop leadership skills, and socialize.
Through Interact clubs, people ages 12-18 connect with others in their community or school and learn about the world through service projects and activities.
Explore new cultures and discover diverse perspectives by participating in a Friendship Exchange, a self-funded international exchange opportunity for Rotary members and their families. Taking part in an exchange is a wonderful way to make new friends and establish international service partnerships.
Rotary Action Groups
Connect with Rotary members, family members, and Rotaract members who are experts in a particular field by joining a Rotary Action Group. Group members share their expertise by collaborating with clubs on service projects.
An intercountry committee offers you the chance to work with Rotary clubs in two or more countries. You might work with a committee to carry out international service projects, to sponsor a new Rotary club, or to develop a twin club relationship.