Setting and Submitting Club Goals
 
  • Clubs establish goals.
  • Clubs should use the District Goals (below) and the Rotary Citation (click here) as guidelines for setting individual club goals.
  • Clubs enter the goals using Rotary Club Central through Rotary.org / My Rotary
  • Goals should be established in all areas that are pertinent to the Club
  • As outlined on the Rotary Citation information, at least 1/2 of the goals available on Rotary Club Central needs to be set and attained to ear the Rotary Citation
 
 
 
Rotary District 5650
2023-24 Rotary Year
Kathryn Schubert, District Governor
 
1. Increase Our Impact
  • Annual Fund Giving for 2022-23, $213,299 so our goal for 2023-2024 is $250,000, and add one net new PHS member in each Club.
  • Polio Plus Giving for 2022-23, $92,548 so our goal for 2023-24 is $95,000, and add one net new Polio Plus Society member in each Club.
  • Increase the number of Clubs applying for District Grants.
2. Expand Our Reach
  • We started on July 1, 2023, with 38 Clubs and 1,744 members.  Our goal is to finish the year with 38 Clubs and 1,782 members.  That represents 1 net new member for each Club.
3. Enhance Participant Engagement
  • Bring back Rotary Leadership Institute to in-person in D5650.
  • Increase collaboration between Clubs on Service and Fellowship.
4. Increase Our Ability To Adapt
  • Increase Club representation on District committees.  Goal of one member from each Club participating on a District Committee.
 
 
Rotary District 5650
2022-23 Rotary Year
Barbara Bartle, District Governor
 
1. Increase Our Impact - Rotary Citations, Club Program Chairs, Showcase Club Projects, TRF Annual Fund $222,000 and Polio Plus $62,000
2. Expand Our Reach - Membership Growth to 2000, Expand Public Image, promote DEI, Youth program expansion
3. Enhance Participant Engagement - Club Engagement Tools, Club Surveys on Training, Connect Youth across district, Rotary Learning Center
4. Increase Our Ability To Adapt - Membership and District committees extended / staggered, support and encourage virtual participation
Select the image to view details of Rotary District 5650's Strategic Priorities - or click here.
For the Rotary International Action Plan and Rotary's Strategic Priorities - click here.
 
 
 
Rotary District 5650
2021-22 Rotary Year
Carol Horner, District Governor
1. Grow to 2000 Members in the District
2. Total giving to The Rotary Foundation Annual Fund of $200,000
3. Total giving to Polio Plus of $50,000
4. Support Rotary’s Strategic Priorities and Objectives:
Select the image to view details of Rotary District 5650's Strategic Priorities - or click here.
For the Rotary International Action Plan and Rotary's Strategic Priorities - click here.
 
President Shaker’s theme video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3ErSBRh-O4
 
 
Rotary District 5650 Goals
2020-21 Rotary Year
Roxy Orr, District Governor
Click here for a downloadable copy of the 2020-21 goals
 
1. Introduce Rotary’s Strategic Priorities and Objectives
          • Increase our impact
          • Expand our reach
          • Enhance participant engagement
          • Increases our ability to adapt
2. Create greater diversity in our Rotary clubs
3. Know each clubs strengths and weakness
          • Find ways to help
4. Help clubs connect with each other on projects
          • Local
          • International
          • Help find outside partners
          • Connect with other districts
          • Open up communication between clubs to share ideas and form partnerships on projects and grants
5. Strengthen avenues of growth for the district
          • Inspire creative club expansion through forming community based Rotaract clubs and satellite clubs, family clubs.
          • Help grow Interact
6. Help inspire membership growth and retention
7. Be a resource for clubs to help them reach their goals
8. Creative ways to convey importance of TRF contributions
9. Make Rotary Memorable - Have FUN