Gaining new members is an activity, so with August being Membership Month, plan now to use this as a special time to celebrate your Rotary club, your members, and the good you do in your local community and globally.
There are many ways to celebrate just how great your club is, but here are a few activities to get you started:
Say it loud, say it proud! Encourage you members to tell everyone in their social network know that they are a proud member by circulating this graphic and asking them to change their Twitter and Facebook profile to include it:
Watch and share. There are several quite inspirational videos that you can watch at a meeting or club event to highlight the vital role membership plays in maintaining a strong and active club.  Either go to the Brand Center and / or search via Google – good example:
Exchange ideas. Do you have successful membership strategies that have worked well in your community? Share them on the Facebook Group
We Are Rotary. Using the hashtag #WeAreRotary, post photos to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram of your club members at work in your community or abroad to show how your club makes a positive impact in the world.
It’s Now or Never. Place into your club calendar the date for the very special Membership Seminar in Auckland on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 August 2022 on growing your membership, especially through new clubs.  Special Keynote Speakers/Facilitators will be PDG Andy Rajapakse who has started several new clubs in recent years and Barbara Mifsud, RI Regional Membership Officer.  Registration and full details will be sent to clubs soon.
Making a difference. Rotary clubs are known for the high-impact service projects they undertake locally and globally. Share stories about your service projects and how they improve lives via your own club media, community media options such as local community newspapers and local residents Facebook groups plus the District Newsletter/District Monthly Update.
What does Rotary mean to you? Get your members to tell their personal stories of how they have enjoyed Rotary including through fellowship and projects and share these at your meetings but also

For more ideas, at any time speak to your Assistant Governor and / or Ashwini Sadhu, District New Club Development Chair: