Fellowship is a strong element of Rotarian life, allowing us to connect to other Rotarians and develop long-lasting friendships through our collaboration as volunteers.
But our Fellowship is not limited to our Rotary Club meetings, it also extends to the opportunity of Networking with like-minded individuals who uphold Rotary’s guiding principles. The resourceful connections that can develop from Fellowship are one of the pillars of our strength as an organization. It is through Rotarian Fellowship that we get to know each other, our strengths and how we can collaborate to create solutions in our community.
Examples of how Rotarians experience Fellowship include:
- Gathering before or after a scheduled Rotary meeting
- Participating in Club Social Outings
- Collaborating in Volunteer Opportunities
- Attending Rotary Means Business Outings
- Visiting a Rotary Club in a different city or country
Fellowship leads to familiarity with each other’s character and fosters integrity and trust by way of serving as each others’ point of reference in the community. Being a Rotarian is so much more than attending Rotary Club meetings—it is how Rotarians become People of Action.