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RI's programs and service opportunities are designed to help

Rotarians meet needs in their own communities and reach out

to assist people in need worldwide.

Interact Rotary clubs organize and sponsor this service organization

for youth ages 14-18; more than 11,200 clubs in 162

countries and geographical areas.

Rotaract Rotary clubs organize and sponsor this leadership,

professional development, and service organization for young

adults ages 18-30; more than 7,100 clubs in 163 countries and

geographical areas.

Rotary Community Corps (RCC) Rotary clubs organize and

sponsor these groups of non-Rotarians who work to improve

their communities; more than 6,100 RCCs in 76 countries and

geographical areas.

Rotary Fellowships and Rotarian Action Groups Rotary

Fellowships (groups geared to vocational and recreational

interests) and Rotarian Action Groups (groups focused on

humanitarian service activities) compose Global Networking

Groups, which are open to all Rotarians, spouses of Rotarians,

and Rotaractors; more than 90 groups.


The Four-Way Test Followed by Rotarians worldwide in

their business and professional lives, The Four-Way Test

was created by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor in 1932. It has

since been translated into more than 100 languages and is

used by organizations and individuals throughout the world.

Of the things we think, say or do

1) Is it the TRUTH ?

2) Is it FAIR to all concerned?


4) Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

Rotary Friendship Exchange Rotarian teams or individuals,

who may be accompanied by their families, make reciprocal

visits to other countries, staying in each other's homes and

learning about different cultures firsthand.

Rotary Volunteers Rotarians and other skilled professionals

are provided opportunities to offer their services and experience

to local and international humanitarian projects.

Rotary Youth Exchange Clubs and districts send and host

students ages 15-19 who travel abroad for cultural exchanges

of one week to a full year; about 8,000 a year.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Clubs and districts

sponsor seminars to encourage and recognize leadership abilities

of youth and young adults ages 14-30.

World Community Service (WCS) Rotary clubs and districts

from two different countries form partnerships to implement

community service projects. ProjectLINK (formerly known

as the WCS Projects Exchange) at features

descriptions of projects seeking an international partner or

volunteer and examples of successful completed projects.

Menu of Service Opportunities RI recommends that clubs

planning service activities consider nine major needs or concerns:

Children at Risk, Disabled Persons, Health Care, International

Understanding and Goodwill, Literacy and Numeracy,

Population Issues, Poverty and Hunger, Preserve Planet Earth,

and Urban Concerns.