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$1.2 Billion closer to ending polio

With polio on the brink of eradication, nations from around the world and key donors pledged more than $1 billion on Monday to energize the global fight to end the paralyzing disease.

Become a Rotary member today!

As a member of a global community of more than 1.2 million men and women dedicated to building a better world, you will be able to exchange ideas with like-minded people, develop leadership skills, share diverse perspectives, advance your education and discover new cultures.

By sharing your skills, experience and enthusiasm with the Bloomington Rotary Club, you will make Rotary stronger. Together, we can eradicate polio, train more skilled peacemakers and provide lasting solutions for communities fighting disease, hunger, illiteracy and poverty.

Get Involved!

You’ll get the most out of your Rotary membership by participating in club projects and activities.

You can serve on a club committee, identify a need in your community and create a project to address it, work with youth service programs sponsored by the Bloomington Rotary Club, host a youth exchange student, help with Bloomington Rotary Club’s Youth Leadership Awards program and recommend others for membership.

Get Connected!

By becoming a member of the Bloomington Rotary Club, you will gain access to Rotary’s global network of members. You’ll be able to expand your own contact network and build friendships with those located in other countries, while creating a foundation of support with communities around the world.

Rotary’s global opportunities include:

  • An annual convention
  • Fellowship and Action Groups – members connect with other Rotarians around the world who share hobbies and personal interests, as well as service interests
  • Bloomington Rotary Club’s international service projects
  • Vocational training teams – professionals travel abroad to teach local professionals about a particular field or learn more about their own
  • Cadre of Technical Advisors – volunteers provide technical expertise and advice to Rotarians planning and carrying out Rotary grant projects around the world.

Get Started!

Please provide your contact information using the form below. The Membership Committee will reach out to you with more information about Rotary and a membership application.