Posted by Laura Spear on Nov 02, 2020

Here is the next Rotary Public Image update!

  • Update your Rotary presentations with our new PowerPoint template, in Brand Center. By consistently and correctly using Rotary’s visual identity in our presentations and communications, we increase recognition and understanding of Rotary in our communities. The new Rotary-branded PowerPoint template helps clubs promote Rotary service, share their "People of Action" stories, and conduct training sessions while also strengthening Rotary’s brand.
  • If you’re looking for more information about Rotary’s alliance with Toastmasters International, download this ready-made presentation, complete with speaker notes.
  • While you’re collecting "People of Action" stories to share, ask Rotaractors about their service efforts and encourage them to nominate their projects for the Rotaract Outstanding Project Awards.
  • Find new Public Image courses in the Learning  Center:
  • Rotary stopped offering print publications for purchase in April, and as various manuals are turned into online courses, Rotary no longer offers PDFs of those publications. For example, Club Public Image Committee Basics is now an online course.
  • Need the guidelines for creating your club’s "People of Action" stories, club website, and general look and feel? They are all available in Brand Center - your place to go for public-image resources.

Note:  You must login using your credentials, to access the Learning Center, Brand Center, and My Rotary.

For more information, contact Laura Spear, of the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley, who is assistant public-image coordinator for Rotary Zone 32, at