Rotary Fellowships consist of members who share a common interest in recreational activities, sports, hobbies, or professions.

Rotary Fellowships consist of members who share a common interest in recreational activities, sports, hobbies, or professions. These groups help expand skills, foster vocational development, and enhance the Rotary experience by exploring interests while developing connections around the world.

Overview

Help participants make lasting friendships outside their own club, district, or country.

Advance Rotary’s public image and identity.

Serve as an incentive for joining Rotary and for maintaining active membership.

Organisation

Function independently of Rotary International by establishing their own rules, requirements, and administrative structures.

Are open to Rotarians, their family members, as well as participants and alumni of all Rotary and Foundation programmes.

If you are interested in finding out more about Rotary Fellowships read the flyer 2018_Rotary_Fellowships.pdf



One example of a very successful international Rotary Fellowship is below:

International Caravanning Fellowship of Rotarians. (ICFR)

There is a letter in the June/July issue of Rotary on ICFR by Geoff Bell, President - ICFR.

The Rally Programme that we prepare each year provides an ideal environment for meeting and mixing with other members.   

These rallies are organised by our members, who have good local knowledge of the area and can create an balanced program for the rally. You can join in or do your own thing  if you cannot make the whole 5 day, then you are most welcome to just come along for the weekend. 

Rallies are mainly across the whole of the UK, but each year we have rallies in Europe and Motorhome tours on other continents. 

Rotarians with Caravans or Motor homes are invited to join the fellowship. 

An overview is on our website www.rotarianscaravanning.org.uk  along with links to find more background on the original formation of the fellowship, and a link to a Join Us page.