When planning your projects, choose a community need that falls within Rotary’s service priorities:

• Areas of focus
–– Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
–– Disease prevention and treatment
–– Water and sanitation
–– Maternal and child health
–– Basic education and literacy
–– Economic and community development

• Avenues of Service: Club Service, Vocational Service, Community Service,
International Service, Youth Service Strengthen your projects by collaborating with members who have expertise in a particular area of service, other Rotary clubs, other organizations, and the community being served. Find partners by:

• Contacting your district Rotary Foundation committee chair or district
programs committee chair

• Networking with other Rotary members at district and international meetings

• Browsing or posting on Rotary Ideas and Rotary Showcase

• Expanding your international connections through fellowship visits with other clubs and through Rotary Friendship Exchange

• Connecting with fellow Rotarians on social networking sites

• Exploring the Lifecycle of a Project section of