Why Join Our Club

 
  • Friendship: Rotary provides one of the most basic human needs: the need for friendship and fellowship. – Fremantle is one of the friendliest clubs in the metro area with a number of social activities during the year.
  • Business Development: Everyone needs to network. Rotarians of every business sector and vocation help each other and collectively help others. – Fremantle has a number of retired employers as well as a number of current managers in Business in various industries willing to provide advice and guidance if requested.
  • Leadership Education: Rotary is an organisation of leaders and successful people who happily mentor, motivate and influence, aspiring leaders.
  • Continuing Education: Each weekly meeting provides an opportunity to listen to different expert speakers on a variety of timely topics.
  • Fun: Each meeting is fun. The club projects are fun. Social activities are fun.
  • Assistance when Travelling: Because there are Rotary clubs everywhere, many a Rotarian in need of a job, doctor, lawyer, hotel, dentist, advice, etc., while traveling has found assistance through Rotary.
  • Personal Development: Every week and at various events and functions, Rotary develops one’s personality, social skills and public speaking skills. Rotary is people who like people.
  • Youth Exchange Programs: Rotary provides one of the world’s largest international youth exchange programs and youth leadership training
  • We live Ethics: Rotarians are required to be ethical in their business and personal relationships. We walk the walk.
  • Cultural Awareness: Rotary is a cross section of prominent citizens from practically every country, religion, culture, political persuasion, language, and ethnic identity who learn to work with people everywhere becoming better citizens of their countries in the process.
  • The Opportunity to Serve: The chance to do something for somebody else and experience the self-fulfillment that comes in the process is richly rewarding.

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