The Rotary Club of Middletown is always welcoming individuals who share our core value of Service Above Self. Recognizing that people’s schedules and commitments take many forms today, our club has created several membership types to get acquainted with, and possibly join us.

Why have so many men and women become members of the Rotary Club? Ask around at one of our meetings and you'll hear reasons like:

  • Opportunity to meet congenial people

  • Belief in the Rotary motto of "Service Above Self"

  • Opportunity to create and/or take part in worthwhile community service activities

  • Develop a network of mutual personal and professional support

  • Enjoy year-round fellowship activities

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP:  Individuals who live or work in Middletown and surrounding communities are eligible to apply for club membership. Once approved, you will become part of a worldwide fellowship of 1.2 million people, and a local club with a 70 year history of service in the local community.

FRIENDS OF THE MIDDLETOWN ROTARY: Individuals who support the mission and values of Rotary but cannot commit to membership at this time are invited to become Friends of the MIddletown Rotary.. Friends may attend weekly meetings, serve on committees and participate in club service projects.

The Friends designation is offered by invitation to:

  • Former active Rotarians

  • Men and women who have assisted the club in the past or expressed a desire to do so

  • Spouses or partners of current or deceased members

  • Individuals who would like to get acquainted with the club with hopes of joining in the future.

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP: Spouses, partners, children and other members of the same household can join the club as a family at a reduced annual dues rate. Each family member has all the privileges of Rotary membership.

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP: Employers in the Middletown area can sponsor as many as three employees to become members. Corporate Membership allows your employees to share in the opportunities for community service, networking, personal growth and fellowship offered by participation in Rotary. As an employer, having your people take part in Rotary can satisfy their desire to give back, help grow their interpersonal and leadership skills and give your organization a broader presence in the community.

Some organizations pay all costs for their Rotarian employees, others ask employees to pay all or part. While that is your option, many companies have found it worthwhile to support their employees in Rotary year after year.