Remodelling The Rotary Experience Around Modern Life
A new wave of volunteering has come ashore as the Gold Coast welcomes a fresh take on what it means to be a Rotary Club.
Proudly forming as the 25th Passport Rotary Club in the world, the young dynamic Gold Coast club has centred around flexibility and action, to attract a sprightly hoard of participants to combat local issues and causes as well as global struggles.
As the first Passport club in Australia, they hold bi-monthly meetups in Robina where members converse, sip and nibble on the last Tuesday of each month. As a Passport club, the impact of members spans beyond the borders of the Gold Coast city limits and lands internationally as well. Members have the opportunity to ‘exchange’ or connect with members and initiatives of other clubs and members across the globe.
The clubs seeks to create a community of driven young professionals, to create great outcomes both for the club, but individually for the members as well. Ideal candidates include the likes of young entrepreneurs, freelancers and digital nomads with the group’s delivery is designed with this modern volunteer in mind.
The outcome already of a redesigned club structure, is an apparent eagerness to create exceptional outcomes and truly collaborative networking amongst a tight-knit group with parallel intention.
Volunteering and contribution options are innately dynamic, to allow for the widest possible access points to be available to aspiring members. This includes refreshed digital communications, more flexibility in volunteering hours and mediums, along with informational and marketing content written intentionally to speak to under 50s.
Our mission is to future proof Rotary by attracting young innovative changemakers via networking and technology to collaborate, share skills and learn alongside our Rotarian family to actively give back to our local and global community.