The District 9810 Membership Committee assists clubs to retain existing members, recruit new members
and provide experienced Rotarians to work with clubs seeking support in all areas of recruitment and retention. 
The committee also seeks opportunities to extend Rotary into communities where it is not established.

Opportunities exist for qualified people to join our existing Rotary clubs and new clubs planned within our District.
These include the exciting development of Tertiary Campus based clubs and e-clubs. Please use the “Contact us”
facility on this website for further information.

The district has a recommended Membership Application Form, which complies with the Youth Protection Policy
– it can be downloaded here.


Chair: Jennifer Coburn– email

Enquiries relating to Club Extension can be made to Chris Prior – email

Before a club embarks on a Membership Recruitment Program an analysis process is highly recommended using
the Club Health Check or Club Support Program, the Quality Club Framework and Our Club our Future process.

The Club Health Check and the Quality Club Framework are designed for club leaders and the 
Club Support Program and Our Club our Future program can involve a wide representation of members.


1. Organisational Membership – guidelines have been developed to assist clubs in their approaching businesses
or other organisations to consider membership of their Rotary Club.

2. Satellite Clubs – guidelines for the establishment of a Satellite club are provided to assist you in its set up and planning.

These and a range of other documents to assist clubs with membership development are available on the linked page:  Membership Downloads

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