We’ve retooled the Club & District
Administration pages on Rotary.org to
make it easier for you to manage your clubs
and districts. You’ll find all the tools and
resources you need to update membership,
pay club dues, see contribution reports,
locate a coordinator, and more — and to do it
all more simply than ever.
Among the many new user-friendly
You can save your favorite links in My
Quick Links by using the star icon that
appears next to links. And you can
access the saved links from your
My Rotary dashboard.
Related activities are grouped together
to make them easier to find.
Links are grouped by task.
The new FAQ & Help section includes
links to questions about a wide range
of topics including the club invoice, RI
payment guidelines, the Paul Harris
Society, finding your way around
Rotary.org, Rotary grants travel
insurance, and satellite clubs. You can
also find help to create a My Rotary
account, pay your club invoice, add a
member, edit member information, add
club officers, and update club data.
Incoming club and district officers
will have access to club and district
information by 1 June. Most outgoing
club and district officers will retain
access to the information for 12 months
after their term expires.
The first time you open the new Club &
District Administration page, an overlay
will walk you through all the changes. To
dismiss this page guide, simply select the X
at the upper right, and to access it again, use
the compass icon near the top of the page.
These changes will make it even easier for
you to conduct important club and district
business. Check them out today, and let us
know if you have any questions.
It’s even easier now to manage
your club or district on Rotary.org
DID YOU KNOW?
The page guide provides
an informative overlay of
star icon to
Related activites are
now grouped together.
Have you explored Rotary Global Rewards yet?
In July, Rotary launched this member benefits
program offering discounts on travel, hotels,
dining, entertainment, and more. With Rotary
Global Rewards, the good you do comes back to
you. Learn more.
Club presidents, it’s easy to track your progress toward a 2015-16
Presidential Citation on Rotary.org. District or zone officers can also
monitor the progress of their clubs with a report that aggregates club
activities across the seven qualifications categories. This useful tool
enables district governors to support clubs that are struggling to complete
certain goals, and is also handy for tracking progress toward the District
Governor Presidential Citation (achieved when 50 percent of a district’s
clubs earn the Presidential Citation).
Go to the Brand Center to find tools that will help you incorporate
a consistent look and voice into all of your communications, vital to
strengthening the Rotary image and enhancing our reputation.
The district leadership plan now includes a district alumni committee to
manage ongoing relationships with all Rotary alumni in your district and
to assist clubs with alumni relations.
Assistant governors can now serve up to three more one-year terms after a
two-year break, under a rule change by the RI Board. Previously, assistant
governors, appointed annually, were allowed to serve no more than three terms.
Register now for the 2016 Rotary
International Convention in Seoul,
28 May- 1 June, and experience the
hospitality of this delightful world-class city with thousands of other
Rotary members from across the globe.
In this ideal convention location,
you’ll find traditional teahouses and
regal palaces alongside posh shopping
malls and bustling markets. Register
by 15 December to save.