Posted by Diana Edwards, Rotary International Regional Membership Officer, Membership Development

Rotary clubs are made up of members of varying ages from different backgrounds, cultures, and professions, so it’s important to provide a variety of options for them to connect and engage in Rotary. But adding flexibility can lead to questions such as “What is a satellite club?” or “Can my club be focused on a particular cause?” Our new Club Types, Formats and Models guide provides definitions and examples to help you navigate the differences between club types, club models, and meeting formats. Share this guide with district and club leaders interested in creating new clubs or looking to add flexibility to their current club.