MEMBERSHIP

WELCOME TO THE DISTRICT 5190 MEMBERSHIP PAGE!

The District Membership Committee is available to help your club Grow Rotary! On this page you will find Club Membership Committee job descriptions and links to resources and training that will help you be successful in attracting new members, keeping interest levels high in your current members, a create a vibrant and high-energy Rotary club. Please call on us whenever we can be of service!
 
 

WHAT WE DO:

Your District Membership Committee’s goal is both to grow Rotary and to strengthen clubs. From strategic planning, community assessments, integration of Alumni and Rotaractors to launching new innovative clubs such as Satellite, Passport and Corporate clubs, as well as new types of membership (Family, Associate, Corporate), we are well prepared with numerous tools and resources. We are at your service via online learning and meetings, onsite events and two-way communication. We strive to listen and deliver our support.
 

HOW WE CAN HELP:

The District Membership Committee is made up of skilled and experienced Rotarians ready to support Presidents, Club Membership Chairs and other Club Leaders with increasing engagement and retention, club culture and community assessments, Rotaract support and integration, developing Membership Action Plans and Strategic plans and launching new clubs.
 
 

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Key programs for 2021-22 include:

Grow Rotary Initiative

Membership Presentations & Training

Strategic Planning

New Club Formation

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

 

Remember the Essential Elements!

  • Brand drives Membership (A better Club Experience means more engaged members);
  • Membership drives Foundation (More members, more giving equaling more service);
  • Foundation drives our Brand on the public stage creating more interest in Rotary.

Together, We Grow Rotary!

 

Why do people join Rotary?  Why do they stay in Rotary? 

The following are the Results of a Survey conducted by Rotary which asked those two questions.
 
 
The links and files on the left provide you with a wealth of information on how to improve your Club's membership efforts to attract potential members and to keep them once they join.
 
Richard Forster
District Membership Chair
 
 

YOUR DISTRICT MEMBERSHIP TEAM

 

MEMBERSHIP CHAIR

NEW CLUBS/CLUB EXTENSION

MEMBER RETENTION

Richard Forster (Laurie) Randy Van Tassell (Chris) Pete Hochrein (Julie)
Cattle Ranching Certified Public Accountant Civil Engineer
Rotary Club of Ione Rotary Club of Bishop Rotary Club of Quincy
EMAIL RICHARD
EMAIL RANDY
EMAIL PETE
     

NEW MEMBER LEADS

NEW MEMBER DEVELOPMENT

DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

John Sullivan (Sandy) Patrick Ward (Judy) Dave Bianchi (Lois)
Attorney   Life Insurance
Rotary Club of Jackson Rotary Club of Grass Valley Rotary Club of Reno
EMAIL JOHN
EMAIL PATRICK
EMAIL DAVE