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MEMBERSHIP & ITS IMPACT ON TRF PROGRAMS. ISTANBUL September 2011. Farid Gebran DG 2007-2008 Rotary Coordinator 2010-2013 /Zone 20B DRF Chair 2010-2013. Why is Membership Growth important for ROTARY. New Rotarians bring fresh ideas, new interests and increased energy to clubs

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membership its impact on trf programs
MEMBERSHIP & ITS IMPACT ON TRF PROGRAMS

ISTANBULSeptember 2011

Farid GebranDG 2007-2008Rotary Coordinator 2010-2013 /Zone 20B

DRF Chair 2010-2013

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Why is Membership

Growth important for ROTARY

  • New Rotarians bring fresh ideas, new interests andincreased energy to clubs
  • Increases the capacity for service
  • Increases the capacity for program participation and contributions to TRF
  • Younger members provide for the long-term continuity of clubs and the organization
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Why is Membership

Growth important to your CLUB

  • The club cannot exist and thrive without a solid membership base
  • A club president’s success is often measured on changes (or lack thereof) in Membership & TRF Programs.
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CURRENT YEAR ACTIVITY TO DATE

Zone 20 B. Comparison to Start Figures 2/3

Membership Report - 30 June 2011

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2010-11 MEMBERSHIP GOAL

Zone 20 B. Comparison to Start Figures 3/3

Membership Report - 30 June 2011

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Rotary International made significant progress in its three strategic priorities during 2010:

  • I. Support & Strengthen Clubs:
  • In considering Council on Legislation recommendations to relax attendance and membership rules, the RI Board approved four pilot programs:
  • Associate Member
  • Corporate Member
  • Innovative & Flexible Rotary Club
  • Satellite Club
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Support & Strengthen Clubs

Progress Report – May 2011

Associate member pilot project

An Associate Membership Pilot will allow an individual to become associated and acquainted with a Rotary Club, its members, its programs and projects, and the expectations of club membership with the intent of becoming an active member within a designated period of time

Corporate member pilot project

The Corporate Membership Pilot will allow a corporation or company in the club’s area to become a member of the Rotary Club, through a club established membership approval process, and appoint a certain number of Designees as the individuals attending meetings, serving on projects, voting on club matters, serving as club officers and on club committees, etc.

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Progress Report – May 2011

Support & Strengthen Clubs

Innovative and flexible Rotary club pilot project

This pilot project focuses on letting clubs self-determine their operations to fit better with their members’ and community needs.  Clubs will be authorized to make changes to the Standard Rotary Club Constitution and to their Rotary Club Bylaws in any area other than RI membership dues requirements

Satellite Club pilot program

The Satellite Club Pilot will allow a Rotary club to conduct multiple club meetings during a week, each taking place at a different location, a different day and/or a different time.

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Rotary International made significant progress in its three strategic priorities during 2010:

  • II. Focus & Increase Humanitarian Service:
  • Polio cases declined by 81 percent in the four endemic countries from 2009 to 2010.
  • Rotarians has raised US$164.5 million toward Rotary’s US$200 Million challenge as of March 2011.
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Rotary International made significant progress in its three strategic priorities during 2010:

  • III. Enhance Public Image and Awareness:
  • The RI Board doubled annual PR grant awards from US$2 million to $4 million, effective 2011.
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Strategic Plan &TRF Future Vision

  • Simplify Programs, Innovation & Flexibility
  • Eradicate Polio
  • New Generations Programs
  • Six Areas of Focus
  • Significant & Sustainable Projects
  • Increase Sense of Ownership
  • Partnerships & Relationships Expand
  • Enhance Rotary’s Public Image