Membership is personal, rather than being derived from a person’s business or organisation. All our members are ‘active’ and there is only one type of membership.
Rotary is non-denominational and non-political and encompasses a diverse membership base, including a range of ages, professionals, experiences, religions, races, cultures and networks. In particular, clubs are composed of adult members who exhibit good character, integrity and leadership and good business, professional and/or community reputation.
When you join Sunshine Coast Passport Rotary, you also join a worldwide Rotary family, who are united in fellowship to provide humanitarian service, to encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and to create goodwill and achieve peace throughout the world.
Would you make a great member?
Yes, you would make a great member if you:
You probably should not join if:
Sitting on the fence?
Membership in Rotary is an honour and privilege that comes with obligations. Rotary is a service organisation, in which its members are united through ‘Service above Self’ to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. The community will come to know and judge Rotary based on our members’ actions and ideals.
Costs of Investing in Service
If you decide to join the Rotary Club of Sunshine Coast Passport – provisional, it’s simple. The first step is to complete the online application form for consideration by our Board. Once approved, membership fees will become payable.
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- Active 1 – Rotaractor Students : Rotaractors & Past Rotaractors (aged 18 to 30) in full time education
- Joining fee* reduced to $50 for the first five Rotaractors to join in any one year, otherwise $80
- Active 2 – Rotaractors & Others Non-Students : Rotaractors & others in employment under age 30
- Concessional fees cease upon turning 30
- All membership fees are subject to annual review by the club’s Board
Expectation of members
In return the club’s expectation is for you to:
- Attend the meetings and events of this club when able
- Attend at least one club meeting a year – we do expect to meet twice monthly with an emphasis on discussion of service opportunities, flexibility and social ‘fellowship’, online, or at a time and place convenient to the majority of members
- For members under the age of 30 – Volunteer for at least twenty (20) hours of service a year
- For members 30 and over – Volunteer for at least thirty (30) hours of service a year