The members will be service-oriented so consider how you might present your community project for consideration.
Introducing what will be the next Rotary club on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia – the Rotary Club of Sunshine Coast Passport.
This information meeting was recorded on 21 April 2020
Ryan Bell (Iowa City Rotary District 6000 Public Image Co-Chair) has a message for all young people who may never have heard about Rotary. Or if you have, it was from a parent or grandparent who spent more time talking about the lunch menu or how great the salad bar is. If that’s all you’ve heard about Rotary, then you’re missing a lot. And let me tell you why, in the middle of this pandemic, Rotary is more relevant than ever. It’s definitely something you want to know about.
The new club’s focus is to attract young people, with some of Rotary’s passport clubs having an average age of 35.
We hope you have enjoyed learning about Sunshine Coast Passport Rotary! Start Making a Difference Today! Imagine a club that is totally flexible to your time demands and allows you to partake in service projects when you can – then look no further! Sunshine Coast Passport Rotary expects to attract young people, leaders, and working […]
It will be flexible, affordable, accessible and family friendly – members will be able to participate when they are able!
Images from the ‘What is Passport Rotary’ Facebook campaign
Your Passport will open doors and be totally flexible.
Sunshine Coast Passport Rotary will open doors so you can work with other Rotary Clubs anywhere in the world not just the local community.
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