Interested in Becoming a Member of the Rotary Club of Federal City?
The Rotary Club of Federal City has found that when new members become quickly involved in Rotary activities, they become more connected to the club and with Rotary International. When you initially join, you will be given a badge with a “new member red ribbon”. After completing five of the ten activities listed below, paying dues, and completing the new member form, you will become a full member with the red ribbon being taken off your badge. You should be able to easily complete this process within 2 to 3 months of your induction. To help you become better acquainted with Rotary, you will be assigned a mentor. They will help you learn about the club and answer your questions about procedures and opportunities for Rotary Service.
Red Ribbon to Blue Badge Checklist:
In addition to completing the activities, you will also need to fill out and submit the new member application (click to open).
The dues for this club is the lowest in Washington, DC. Annual dues are $250.00 per year. Once you are a member, you may submit club dues quarterly ($62.50), semi-annually ($125) or for the full year ($250).
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to attend Rotary programs every week?
No, you do not. You are required to attend only 50% of all meetings in a one year period which is from July 1 through June 30. You may also attend any Rotary Club meetings in Washington, DC, Maryland and/or Virginia as a (make-up meeting) and/or you may also attend any club outing, service project, fundraiser and any other Rotary event that all counts toward this attendance requirement.
I travel overseas for my job?
There are over 34,000 Rotary Clubs in over 200 countries and territories, you may attend a "make-up" meeting at any Rotary Club around the world.
What are the weekly programs like?
Our weekly programs typically lasts for an hour long that consists of committee updates (Club Service, Vocational Service, New Generations, International Service, Community Service and Rotary Foundation), District news, Rotary news, speaker (different speakers) every week, vocational moment, classification talks (every few weeks) and the Rotary Four Way Test.
What are my dues being used for?Here's our budget breakdown for the 2015-2016 Rotary year.