Find partners on Rotary Ideas
Joyce Dove, with the Rotary Club of Tallahassee Northside, Florida, USA, found inspiration in the 2015-16 Presidential Citation goal of contributing to a project on Rotary Ideas. On  Rotary’s crowdsourcing site, she connected with a club in the Philippines requesting materials to open a library.
“These are the sort of projects, especially the international ones, that make Rotary special,” she says. “These types of relationships, built over time, are more meaningful. Rotary Ideas is great because you feel more connected with clubs and people around the world, outside of getting just ordinary emails.” Read her full story.
Share your ideas with fellow Rotarians
Rotary discussion groups offer a place for Rotarians, Rotaractors, Rotary Peace Fellows, and program alumni to share their experiences and ideas to members of the Rotary family. We invited experts from The Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisers to moderate discussion groups on Rotary’s areas of focus until 30 September.
The cadre consists of volunteer Rotarians who offer technical expertise and advice to Rotarians on their Rotary projects. Whether you are looking to assess a community, make your project sustainable, or pursue a global grant, our experts are here to answer your questions and guide discussions on the most pertinent topics. Join the conversation!