The Role of Passport Clubs in Rotary International

Rotary clubs continue to evolve to meet the changing needs of their communities and local professionals. We're made up of local people who want to make a difference in their community in a way that fits within their time, talent and finances, as well as with their family, work and life commitments. Passport to Amador club members are fully vested Rotarians, with the same privileges and rights as Rotarians in traditional clubs

The benefits of a passport club include:

• Flexibility — Having different options for getting involved accommodates members’ busy schedules, allowing them more choices for fitting Rotary into their lives.

• Broad appeal — A passport club often appeals to people who wouldn’t join a more traditional club and helps keep people who might otherwise leave in Rotary.

• More connections — Members quickly build relationships across the district and beyond as they work with neighboring Rotary Clubs on service projects.

• Affordability — Costs are kept to a minimum. Our dues are $140 annually. Our treasurer would be happy to share the breakdown of where each dollar goes upon request.