Work with partners
Teamwork and support are essential elements of the PACT Urban Peace Program, which seeks to provide an alternative to the traditional juvenile court system through restorative justice, mentoring/coaching, and life skills programs. PACT is funded with help from over 15 Canadian Rotary clubs.
B y leveraging the unique strengths and resources of multiple project stakeholders, partnerships can dramatically enhance the scope and effectiveness of service projects.
Rotary clubs and districts can strengthen their service projects by collaborating with individuals, organizations, and Rotarian-sponsored groups that are based in the community being served or have expertise in a particular area of service. Working with partners can help even small projects achieve a greater impact, and can help established projects become more effective, sustainable programs.
In this section, you’ll find information on some of the key entities that Rotary clubs and districts may choose to partner with on a service project.
Rotary Community Corps
Rotarians can help ensure project sustainability by actively partnering with members of their communities.
Rotarian Action Groups
Work with groups of Rotarians who specialize in particular areas of international service.
Read tips on how Rotary clubs and and external organizations can work together.
Reach out to help a Rotary district recover from a recent disaster.