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Our club is made up of individuals who are passionate about taking action to end sex trafficking. There are many benefits to joining including the opportunity to engage and serve with other community leaders.

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Member benefits

  • Connecting with leaders in our community who are fighting sex trafficking

  • Developing new friends in our local community

  • Professional networking 

  • Meaningful service projects where you can be directly helpful.  Rotarians are #PeopleofAction

  • Informed Speakers

  • $100 seed money towards service projects of your choosing.

  • Training on 3Strands PROTECT curriculum on how to talk to teenagers to avoid sexual exploitation. 

  • Opportunity to join with other Rotary Clubs and request District Matching Funds to maximize fundraising efforts. 

  • Open invitation to attend 32,000 Rotary Meetings as a guest, all around the world

  • Invitation to attend District Conference, Rotary International Convention, Rotary Action Group Against Slavery and connect with 1.2 million Rotarians all over the world

  • Opportunity to catalyze and mobilize the vast Rotary network to fight sex trafficking 

  • A Rotary name badge to wear to Rotary meetings and community events. 

expectations of membership

  • Annual Dues of $200

  • Annual donation to the Rotary Foundation, suggested at $100 or greater. The Rotary Year runs July to June.  Please make your donation by June 30!  

  • Attend our monthly membership meeting on 2nd Tuesday of the month. If you need to miss it, no problem, as a recording will be offered.

  • Attend at least one in person gathering per quarter. Fellowships and Service projects are offered every month.  Lots to choose from.

  • Attend the Trafficking 101 training offered by REST. This is a free and virtual training, offered quarterly, that will quickly get you up to speed.

  • Help plan and organize one service project or fellowship per year. Something that would be meaningful for you personally and appropriate for our Rotary Club. Our club is interested in anything concerning direct service to trafficking survivors in the the PNW and anything immediately adjacent.  For example:  youth homelessness, youth addiction, political refugees, LGBTQ+ youth, teen mental health, foster care, labor trafficking, sextortion, online predation of youth, sexual assault, child sex abuse images, etc.

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