Each club elects its own officers and enjoys considerable autonomy within the framework of Rotary’s constitution and bylaws.
The club is the most important component of Rotary’s organisational structure. There are over 35,000 Rotary clubs in more than 220 countries and geographical areas. Rotary clubs are autonomous, so the member experience varies from club to club. However, they all operate somewhat similarly. For example, all clubs have presidents, secretaries, and treasurers and committees that help them run smoothly. Each Rotary club is considered a member of Rotary International. Strong, well-run clubs enhance our members’ experiences and deliver valuable service to our communities.
There are more than 1.2 million Rotary club members (men and women), around the world. The potential to do good in their community as a member of Rotary is far greater than it was as an individual before they joined. Rotary members have the privilege of working with other like-minded people and the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others by bringing together their expertise, skills, and resources.
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