Richard Mewhinney met with PDG Ron Dick, PDG Bob Wallace, and Prince Kumar to initiate a trial of a project board utilizing the Rotary Showcase as a platform. We need the help of every club in District 7070 to add projects to the Rotary Showcase. They will not only appear on the Project Database for the entre Rotary world to see (and perhaps help you with your project) but also act as part of our Rotary District 7070 Project Board. In 2023-24, if your club is looking to receive a Rotary Citation, your service projects have to go into Rotary Showcase.

Log into MyRotary , go to the online tools and click Rotary Showcase. Rotary members and program participants are improving lives in communities around the world every day through thousands of service projects. Explore the good work that we’re doing locally and globally, and share these projects through social media.

Rotary Showcase:

If you are seeking partners for your project:
  1. Provide clear project details. If you intend to apply for a global grant and are seeking international partners, make sure to include information about community assessment, intended project outcomes, and project sustainability.
  2. Use the Related Links section to link to financing plans, project proposals, or social media posts about your project.
  3. Upload photos that will tell a story about your project.
  4. List your other projects that are completed or in progress on Showcase. These will help potential partners get to know your club.
  5. Respond promptly to questions when contacted by potential partners.
If you want to join another club's project:
  1. Search first by project status to find proposed projects that are seeking partners. You can narrow your search by filtering for global grants projects or by country or category.
  2. Look at the club’s completed projects to get a better idea of the club’s capabilities.
  3. Use the contact button to email the project creator.