When you get involved with Rotary, it’s not just your community, club, and projects that benefit – you benefit, too.
As an active Rotarian, you’ll develop skills like public speaking, project management, and event planning.
You’ll meet interesting people from your community and from around the world.
You’ll tackle local issues that are important to you and your fellow club members.
You’ll feel the shared sense of purpose that comes from working together to better your community.
Volunteer to help with our club’s annual service projects. Our annual activities include our popular Santa Sleigh and many other town based events and activities. All of these are only possible with the help of our volunteers.
Get involved with one of the programs sponsored by our club.
Identify a need in our community and design a hands-on project that addresses it.
Collaborate with other clubs in our area on a joint service project or event.
Share your ideas about how to achieve club and project goals with club members, and take the lead on carrying them out.
Your suggestions could become the next big initiative in our community.
By working with other volunteers within the framework of Rotary you can make things happen. Together, we are much more than the sum of our parts.
Participate in Rotary’s international service projects.
Browse others’ projects on Rotary Showcase at www.rotary.org to inspire local initiatives.
Support The Rotary Foundation, which provides millions of pounds in grants for Rotary’s humanitarian service efforts around the world.
Attend Rotary events to exchange ideas and celebrate with members around the globe.
Host a Rotary Youth Exchange student visiting our district, and learn about another culture.
Learn with other Rotarians by attending the Rotary International Convention.
Give to PolioPlus and join the movement to End Polio Now. For only 40 pence, you can vaccinate a child against polio and help rid the world of this disease.
Rotary can give you as many opportunities as you are able to take. The limit is your aspiration and imagination.
How do I find out more about Rotary?
When you join Rotary you join a network of over 1.2 million members in over 34,000 clubs in around 200 countries who combine their resources and connect across the world to move communities forward with clean water, health initiatives, education, and more.
Rotary International is the global organisation to which each individual club is affiliated, and you can read much more about Rotary globally on the Rotary International website.
Within the UK clubs belong to an umbrella organisation that represents our combined interests. Rotary In Great Britain and Ireland has its own website, and a wealth of information about Rotary in the UK.
If you’re local to our area of Bloxwich, Pelsall, Great Wyrley and New Invention, you can find out more about who we are and what we do in the area by browsing our website. We welcome visitors and new members. Please contact us if you’d like to find out more!
We’re the Rotary Club for Bloxwich and the surrounding areas, including New Invention, Pelsall and Great Wyrley. We’re a relatively new club having been formed in 2003, and we pride ourselves on our informal and family friendly approach to Rotary.
We’re always looking for new members – the more of us there are, the more we can do, and there’s always more we could do.
As well as the feel-good factor that comes from helping out in our local community, we also hold a wide range of social events for our members, and our members build lasting friendships both locally and worldwide through joining Rotary.