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Structure

Our Structure

Rotary is made up of three parts: at the heart of Rotary are our clubs, that are supported by Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation.

Rotary clubs bring together dedicated individuals to exchange ideas, build relationships, and take action.

Rotary International supports Rotary clubs worldwide by coordinating global programs, campaigns, and initiatives.

The Rotary Foundation uses generous donations to fund projects by Rotarians and our partners in communities around the world. As a nonprofit, all of the Foundation's funding comes from voluntary contributions made by Rotarians and friends who share our vision of a better world.

Together, Rotary clubs, Rotary International, and The Rotary Foundation work to make lasting improvements in our communities and around the world.

Our partners

When Rotary partners with other organizations, we multiply the impact made by either group on their own. We call this “the Rotary effect.” From local food banks to global humanitarian organizations, we work with a wide variety of partners, including:

Looking to partner with a local club, or even the global organization?

Our leadership

What does it take to be a leader with Rotary? Integrity, expertise, and a commitment to service—all the qualities that make Rotary members extraordinary. We look for these qualities in all our leadership positions, including our elected President and Board of Directors, who lead Rotary International, our appointed Trustee Chair and Board of Trustees, who run The Rotary Foundation, and our General Secretary and executive staff, who provide long-term oversight of the organization. Members of each Rotary club elect their own leadership.


Meet our president

John F. Germ

Half a century after landing his last C-124 as a U.S. Air Force captain ferrying troops and equipment to Vietnam, John F. Germ sees himself as Rotary’s navigator, plotting a course toward a bright future. He aims to run Rotary like a business, drawing on his acumen as chair and CEO of an engineering firm and emphasizing service as Rotary’s most powerful draw for a new generation of civic-minded members. “We need to do a better job of promoting our cause. That’s the challenge ahead, but I don’t see it as a problem. I don’t believe in problems – I believe in opportunities.” Germ, a member of the Rotary Club of Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, is Rotary president in 2016-17.


Meet our trustee chair

Kalyan Banerjee - Rotary Foundation Trustee 2013-17

Kalyan Banerjee served as Rotary president in 2011-12. During his acceptance speech at the Montreal convention, he told attendees how his origins and experiences in India, where he grew up, give him a special understanding of Rotary’s international service. “In a way, some parts of India still exemplify a developing country. I have seen firsthand our work in literacy, in health, in hunger, in providing safe water – and I have seen the difference it makes to each village, each family, and each individual human life.” Banerjee, a member of the Rotary Club of Vapi, Gujarat, India, is trustee chair in 2016-17.


Meet our general secretary

John Hewko - Rotary International General Secretary

John Hewko has served as Rotary International’s general secretary since 2011. For many people, managing a staff of 800 in eight offices worldwide would be enough in itself. But Hewko, a charter member of the Rotary Club of Kyiv, Ukraine, is so committed to Rotary’s mission that he takes things a step further. He’s immunized children against polio in India, represented Rotary at the World Economic Forum, and bicycled 111 miles to raise money for polio eradication in a cycling race in Arizona, USA. Hewko and Rotarians raised over $13 million for polio eradication during the 2015 ride. “It's a great event, one of many we participate in to pursue a polio-free world for every child.”


News

Announcements

14th July 2017 Dear  Presidents/ AG's/ Rotarians Dist 3300, Applications are invited for District Grants for Rotary Year 2017-18 Only applications from clubs that are "Qualified" will be considered. Clubs...

Invitation to Rotary Clubs to Submit Suggestions for Nominations for DISTRICT GOVERNOR District 3300 RY2020/2021   Clubs are invited to submit their suggestion of candidate for the position of District...

Dear Fellow Rotarians,   This new Rotary year began with the handover of the Governor’s jewel from IPDG Darul Abdullah to me on 30th June 2017. The event was hosted...

Dear Rotarians, Warmest greetings from the RY17/18 District Secretariat, The past 1 week, you would not have received emails from our District Google group. Reason being, Google had restricted access...

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Dist/Club News

Centennial Trail 12th Nov 2017

04 October 2017
Centennial Trail 12th Nov 2017

Click on the picture or on the link to download the form. Click here to fill the form online.   In Celebration of The Rotary Foundation's 100 Years of Doing...

54th Installation Rotary Club Alor Setar

25 July 2017
54th Installation Rotary Club Alor Setar

54th Installation Rotary Club of Alor Setar President and BOD on 21st July 2017

Installation Rotary Club Penang

25 July 2017
Installation Rotary Club Penang

Installation of Rotary Club of Penang along with Rotary Club of Pandan Valley

Installation Rotary Club Titiwangsa

25 July 2017
Installation Rotary Club Titiwangsa

Rotary Club of Titiwangsa Installation at Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur

Interact Leadership

25 July 2017
Interact Leadership

Interact Leadership Training by Rotary Club of Port Klang

57th Installation Rotary Club Kuantan

25 July 2017
57th Installation Rotary Club Kuantan

Installation of the 57th President,Dr.K.Krishnan Moorthy of Rotary Club of Kuantan on 2 July 2017.

Rotary Kuantan RM36000 to SJK (Cina)Sg. Soi

25 July 2017
Rotary Kuantan RM36000 to SJK (Cina)Sg. Soi

Community project,presentation of Cheque for RM36.000.00 donated by well wishers to SJK (Cina) Sg.Soi,Kuantan by Rotary Club of Kuantan for support of an extention to the existing building to accomodate...

Rotary Time Capsule

17 July 2017
Rotary Time Capsule

Rotary time capsule and stumps being installed at Taman Medan Tuanku at Kualalumpur

Medical Camp Rotary Club of Sungai Petani

17 July 2017
Medical Camp Rotary Club of Sungai Petani

  Medical Camp at Steris Kuala Ketil with PAG Dr. Bernard

Rotary Club of KL Diraja installation

17 July 2017
Rotary Club of KL Diraja installation

Rotary Club of KL Diraja installation

Rotary club of Bandar Utama Installation

17 July 2017
Rotary club of Bandar Utama Installation

Rotary club of Bandar Utama Installation

RC Pudu's 51st Installation

17 July 2017
RC Pudu's 51st Installation

At RC Pudu's 51st Presidential and Board Installation on 15th July 2017 Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. Congratulations!

Rotary Tampin 56 years of service

19 September 2016
Rotary Tampin 56 years of service

Installation of President Jimmy Yau of RC Tampin Jimmy Yau of RC Tampin was installed as the new president for RC Tampin, on 8th July 2017

Rotary Club of Klang 57th Year

15 August 2016
Rotary Club of Klang 57th Year

57th President Rotary Club of Klang Mani Vannan with IPP Aaron Samuel  

Dag-Autism & Inclusion

08 August 2016
Dag-Autism & Inclusion

Rotary D3300 with its Smart Partners Oasis Place & HELP University, our NGO Partner – NASOM and its Rotary Partners – The Rotary Foundation, Rotary District 9810, Australia and The...

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