RI - New Models Pilot Project
The RI Board of Directors is conducting a new pilot project beginning 1 July 2007, based on results from the current New Models Pilot Project that ends 30 June 2007. The Board would like more supporting data on how allowing clubs flexibility in their meeting frequency affects essential operations.
The "Meeting Frequency Pilot Project" will evaluate the impact of meeting frequency on a club's ability to sustain and increase membership, implement successful service projects, support The Rotary Foundation, and develop leaders beyond the club level. The new pilot runs from 1 July 2007 to 30 June 2013. A total of 200 clubs, with equal representation from the 34 zones and chartered prior to 30 June 2003, will be chosen to participate. Clubs that participated in the New Models Pilot Project will receive selection preference. The deadline for submitting a pilot application form is 1 June 2007. Club and district officers will be notified of clubs selected to participate by 30 June 2007.
Visit your District website to get the "Meeting Frequency Pilot Project" plan details and application form.
Thank you for Leading the Way in this important work for Rotary's future.
Sincerely, Bill Boyd, President, RI