District 9920 covers a half of Auckland (a line Queen Street in Auckland CBD through to south of Onehunga and from their down to the Bombay Hills) and the seven Pacific island nations of:
American Samoa
Cook Islands
French Polynesia
There are 53 Rotary clubs within District 9920 of which 40% are in the Pacific Islands.  Clubs range in size from quite small to very large with most in the 25-30 member range and clubs meet at various days of the week and times.  To get a feel for this have a look at http://www.rotarydistrict9920.org/ClubDirectory   If a ‘physical’ club does not suit the district also has a eClub.
Membership comprises men and women across all age ranges from those early in their careers (a rapidly growing membership segment!) to the more experienced (including retired) , diverse across backgrounds, vocations (trades, business and non-profit/community) and cultures joined together with a passion for community service and friendship.
Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group of men and women who share your drive to give back to:
  • Discuss your community's needs and discover creative ways to meet them
  • Expand your leadership and professional skills
  • Catch up with good friends and meet new ones
  • Connect with leaders from all continents, cultures, and occupations
While club usually meet weekly they do recognise that members have lives and commitments outside of Rotary although there is an expectation that members will be regularly involved in club activities and projects. The impact our members make takes shape at Rotary club meetings and activities. These gatherings give you the chance to:
  • Change lives. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss and act upon your community’s greatest needs.
  • Connect with other passionate people. Rotary club meetings are a place to strengthen connections to friends and neighbours and form meaningful relationships that last a lifetime.
  • Invest in yourself. Through our district and club network, we offer workshops, conferences, guest speakers, and more – all aimed at helping you grow personally and professionally.
Each club has a unique personality and focus. We can help you find a club that fits your interests, location, and availability. 
If you are interested to find out more about a club please use http://www.rotarydistrict9920.org/ClubDirectory   to contact the club(s) or call 0800 4 768 279
Clubs welcome inquiries for membership but may first want to find out a little about you and also mention briefly about what they are.  All being compatible they will usually extend an invitation for you to visit the club to meet some of their members and to learn a more about what Rotary offers you. Visiting a club under this process is at no-obligation by you or the club to take the process further.
You may choose to visit more than one club to find one that best suits your circumstances. 
If you and your prospective club are a good fit, you’ll be invited to join. After you accept, your club might hold an induction ceremony to welcome you and commemorate this important event. Every club has its own traditions and ways of welcoming new members.