The heart of Rotary is our members, dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.
Rotary members share ideas, make plans, hear from the community, and catch up with friends during club programs that fuel the impact we make.
At this time, with a global pandemic, economic downturn, threat to world peace and to the sustainability of our environment the need for international cooperation has never been more important.
All over the world, Intercountry Committees have helped our clubs and districts to maintain their international connections and friendships, to maintain dialogue, and to facilitate cooperation between different cultures and nations.
Twin clubs, or sister clubs, are two clubs from different countries that form a long-term relationship to promote international understanding and goodwill and carry out service projects in their communities. When looking for a partner, consider clubs that:
- Share similar interests, challenges, or history
- You’ve worked with in the past
- Are located in a place that matches your club’s service interests
- Speak a common language
- Browse projects seeking resources and consider partnering on a service project as a first step toward establishing a twin club relationship.
Recognize your relationship with a Twin Club Certificate of Recognition for Rotary Clubs and Rotaract Clubs.