Anyone aged between 18 and 30 years with an interest in meeting new people, personal development and helping the community!
How do I become a member?
To join a Rotaract club a prospective member must have attended three meetings and participated in one community event. We have regular events and everyone is welcome to participate!
How much does it cost to become a member?
Annual membership to the Rotaract Club of Subiaco is $45. New members will be presented with a club t-shirt, badge, membership certificate and the ability to have a whole heap of fun!
How many members does the Rotaract Club of Subiaco have?
We currently have 15 financial members.
How often does the club meet?
Do members have to attend all meetings and events?
How does the club decide which projects to be involved with?
Which community projects the club gets involved with are purely up to the members. We will consider being involved with any project, as long as it is non-political and non-religious and for a good cause. We like to support Rotary initiatives, such as PolioPlus and Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) projects.
Where is Subiaco?
Subiaco is a inner west suburb of Perth in Western Australia. The Rotaract Club of Subiaco is a part of Rotary District 9455.
Is the club involved with projects only in Subiaco?
No! The club is involved with both international and community-based projects. We have been involved in projects and events all over Western Australia, chiefly within district 9455 (north of the Swan River).
Are there other Rotaract clubs in Western Australia?
Yes! If you are interested in joining Rotaract, you are encouraged to visit other clubs in your area to help decide which one best suits you. See the Related Sites section to visit websites of other Rotaract clubs in Western Australia.
How long has Rotaract been around?
Rotaract was founded more than 40 years ago on 13 March 1968 when the Rotaract Club of North Charlotte, Carolina became the first club to be chartered. However, as early as 1935, Paul Harris encountered a youth organisation based on Rotary principles in Australia. In the 1950s many youth clubs were sponsored by Rotary clubs under various names. These included the “Paul Harris Circles” in Europe and the “Rotors” clubs created in some American Universities.
What is the Rotary theme for 2012-13?
Peace through service.
Who is the President of Rotary International?