There are Four Main Avenues of Rotary  Service

Community Service 

Rotary Clubs and Rotarians have a responsibility to find ways to improve the quality of life for those in their communities and to serve the public interest.
Community Service responds to the needs of the local community by encouraging and fostering the ideal of service to the personal, business and community life of every Rotarian. 
It provides Rotarians with the opportunity to exemplify the Rotary motto:
 Service Above Self.

Community service projects can be evaluated by:

  • Are they relevant to the community?
  • Do they serve as a learning experience for Rotarians
  • Have they helped to identify a Rotary Club’s role in its community

Vocational Service:

Promote the resources provided by Rotary International for vocational programs and generate appropriate local resources.

To have vocational programs as a vehicle for promoting Rotary in the wider community.

International Service:

Youth Service: