Why join the Rotary Club of Kyalami

The Rotary Club of Kyalami, chartered in April 1981, has a rich history and has experienced several changes in character.

Today, the club is small, intimate and offers a lively style.

We have some honorary members, the Anns’ Club of Kyalami, the Kyalami Sandton Central Satellite Club and Interact Clubs.

In the avenues of service:

  • We have a small number of projects but apply close attention to these. We work with other clubs, both local and international, on Rotary community service projects.
  • We have a wide base of professional vocational skills.
  • We contribute to the future of Rotary by developing our youth, particularly Interact clubs.
  • We are focusing on building membership, which we believe is the key and the foundation for all activities in a Rotary club.
  • We have fun with fellowship activities, like quiz events, indoor and outdoor sports (the less strenuous types) like skittles and pétanque and social outings. Many of these are with other Rotary clubs.

The Club holds one business meeting and (at least) one fellowship meeting per month.  The other weeks are flexible.

Does that stimulate your interest?

  • If you consider that you have an interest to contributing to our society, our environment, our societal well-being overall;
  • at the same time, if you have an interest in having fun, you want to be part of an international organisation that works for these ideals;
  • especially, if you want to find this rewarding;
  • If you are anywhere near Kyalami or in the Midrand or Northern Johannesburg area;

Then please contact us to check us out, visit us and become part of an enriched lifestyle that can be considered “a wider family.”

You are assured that it will be well worth it for you to check us out, to spend a bit of time with us, to maybe partake in some of our activities.

If you live or do business in the North of Johannesburg or Midrand areas, we’d love to consider you for membership in the Rotary Club of Kyalami.

There are no secret handshakes, funny hats, flamboyant regalia or fancy titles. Just a simple pin representing the value of service to others. A pin that opens the door to more than 35,000 clubs in over 200 countries around the world. And makes Rotary’s 1.2 million members your new friends.

Rotary clubs are filled with business and civic leaders who call each other by their first names because friendship and service are more important than ego. Think of it as the oldest, most trusted, social network.

In addition to having a lot of fun, we do a lot of good work right here in the Midrand area and around the world. For example, we support United cerebral Palsy Association home and Rotary’s Polio Plus project is ridding the world of polio.

These aren’t the kind of projects where you write a check and call it a day. You’ll learn while testing your leadership and organizational skills. You’ll give by rolling up your sleeves and pitching in. Getting satisfaction from grateful smiles, hugs and a simple “thank you.”

That’s what Rotary is all about and why every member receives that pin — the one that shows you believe ideas, leadership and friendship count more than nationality, religion, gender or other factors.

Find out more about the Rotary Club of Kyalami by being our guest at one of our Thursday evening dinner meetings by completing the Contact Me form below.

Membership Benefits

  • Participate in a variety of opportunities to “give back” in service to your community and the world
  • Network weekly with an unparalleled group of influential decision makers
  • Receive ongoing practical education
  • Make friendships with other Irvine-area business and professional leaders
  • Enjoy the prestige of belonging to Irvine’s best Rotary club

Membership Qualifications

  • Interested in networking with the most influential leaders in local business and civic communities
  • Willing to participate in and/or support projects that enhance our community
  • Willing to participate in and/or support projects that help people in developing countries and promote international understanding and goodwill