There are different ways that you can be a member of Doncaster Rotary…….
Be an Individual Member
An individual members aims to attend the meetings Mondays, enjoying fellowship, business, and serving on the committees which further the cause. A potential member is normally invited to join Rotary through an existing member.
Be a member of our Satellite Committee
A dynamic group of members from around Doncaster who meet once a month and head up their own projects, under the wing of and with the valuable help of long-standing members of the club. They achieve much of their work between meetings by using digital methods.
Be a Corporate Member
A membership that adds value and respect to your company – a lead Member from within your organisation and up to four other members of your staff who can all attend meetings to represent the company. We have Corporate members who attend our regular Monday meetings, and also others who work mostly with the Satellite group, meeting once a month. It’s a way to fulfil ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ – to put something back into the community.
Be a Family Member
Join as a couple. The first member pays the full annual subscription of £125 and the second member pays the per capita fee plus a small administrative charge (this year equating to £75).
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Be an Associate Member
You pay no fees but can attend any meeting for up to 12 months. At the end of that time (or earlier) you can opt to join or just walk away.
Be a ‘Friend of Rotary’
Alternatively, you can be a ‘Friend of Rotary’. You can come along and join in with our events and social activities without attending our club meetings.
Our club member Alicia Reade attended the conference in Manchester where Abbey Booker, was presented with her Rotary Young Citizen Award. Watch the video above to see Alicia’s personal and unique experiences at the Rotary conference in Manchester.
The Objects of Rotary
To develop friendship as a way of providing service in the community
Ensure high ethical standards in business and professional life
To recognise the value of all occupations
Provide service above self in personal business and community life
The advancement of international understanding goodwill and peace throughout the world
The Four Way Test
The Four Way Test is a central part of the Rotary structure throughout the world and is held as a standard by which all behaviour should be measured. The four guiding principles are:
Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
Will it benefit all concerned?