Membership in a Rotary e-Club is not a “soft option”. We each conduct at least 13 hours of service every quarter.

Projects that Rotarians in our e-Club participate in must be approved by our Board. Participation in service activities can include:

  • Organising / participating in a service project in each member’s local community
    • This can include hands-on participation in the project of another Rotary or Rotaract club, or
      another community organization, as approved by the board
  • Organising / participating in a fundraising project
  • Organising / participating in international projects

Individuals select projects that interest them, rather than joining a broad committee. Any member can participate in the discussions around any other projects, contributing ideas, contacts, time or funds, regardless of the “avenue of service” it falls under.

Each project is led by a co-ordinator or champion, who reports back to the relevant director on the club board.