Rotary District 5650 Club Profile Program

(See the links on the left to review the criteria specific to each Rotary Year and see the standings reports.)
The Club Recognition Profile program of Rotary District 5650 is the program used to determine the progress of the clubs in the district in various activities and programs of Rotary.
Every Rotary Club plays an important part in the success of Rotary! The Club Profile Program helps to measure a club's progress . . . therefore the District's success . . . and furthermore the success of Rotary International.


The Profile program determines the "Top Ten Clubs" in the District that are recognized at the Annual District Conference of Rotary District 5650 and is used to assist in determining the Outstanding Clubs and Club Presidents. The reports through May are posted immediately. The final report for the Rotary Year (the June report) is not posted until after the presentation of awards for the Rotary Year.



Electronic Reporting

All information will be taken from online records including Rotary Club Central (at and the records at Rotary International for Membership and The Rotary Foundation.
The information as posted by Rotary International as of the end of June is used. It is the club's responsibility to submit Foundation giving early enough, and enter membership changes early enough, to allow acceptance and processing by Rotary International.

Categories and Basic Criteria

     - Goal Setting - points for setting goals by 12-31
     - Points for net members added to your Club
     - Points per member based on club size
The Rotary Foundation
     - Goal Setting for Annual Giving and Polio - points for setting goals by 12-31
     - Annual Giving points per capita - higher points for higher giving
     - Polio Plus Giving points per capita - points given at $26.50 per capita
Attendance at District Events
     - Points based on full event registration for members and guests
     - Points per member in attendance at Conference based on club size
     - Points per member in attendance at Assembly based on club Size
     - Points will be based on events during the Rotary Year:
          - Conference August 2017
          - PETS March 2018
          - Assembly March 2018
          - RLI and Other (District Event added) during the Rotary Year 
Service Projects
     - Points based on a set number of projects based on club size
     - record all club activities using Rotary Club Central   
     - projects that qualify for points on the profile include
          - service projects marked "achieved"
          - fundraisers are not projects; however the activities supported with those funds are projects
          - club social events, etc. are not projects
          - projects count once (monthly projects such as serving meals at a shelter) count once
          - supporting RYLA students counts as a project
          - sponsoring a Youth Exchange student counts as a project
          - projects must be recorded in a timely manner to qualify - within 30 days of completion of the project

Criteria Details

For details about point breaks and club sizes applied to each category, click here.