Why Rotary Community Corps?
“Rotary Community Corps are local. They are part of the community and help mobilize the community. They ensure that local needs are met. And most significantly, a Rotary Community Corps has a vested interest in its own success. Their members have to live with the results of their work; their commitments are the basis for sustainability. Rotary grant projects that establish Rotary Community Corps help to ensure that the project’s impact lives on in the community long after Rotary’s direct support ends.”
— Ron Denham, past district governor and founder of the Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group
A Rotary Community Corps can be formed any- where a Rotary club is active. Reach out to people in your community, ask them what challenges they’re facing, and empower them to take action. Once you find a core group of prospective members, complete an RCC Organization Form (available on- line) and submit it to Rotary International to officially charter your group.