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Membership Growth

Strengthen your membership programs for 2015 and beyond

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The most significant challenge facing the not-for-profit sector is the need to diversify income beyond a reliance on government grants. Membership is often is an area that can be developed to increase engagement and provide a sustainable revenue stream.

Syneka Marketing in partnership with Membership Growth has developed the Membership Growth Toolkit. The Complete Toolkit includes nine chapters, covering all aspects of developing membership programs, recruiting members and member retention.

The Membership Growth Toolkit explores the following topics, across nine chapters:

  • Marketing Planning Strategies
  • Member Recruitment Strategies
  • Member Retention Strategies
  • Member Renewal/Reactivation
  • Revenue Earning
  • Recession Busting Strategies for Sustainable Growth
  • Design and Copywriting
  • Online Marketing


Each chapter includes worksheets to help you develop your membership strategies. The Membership Growth Toolkit is available for purchase at www.membershipgrowthtoolkit.com.

The Rotary Club of Ringwood website has been designed to highlight upcoming events and projects

Rotary Club of Ringwood – 2011 Annual General Meeting

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The Rotary Club of Ringwood, like other incorporated associations, needs to hold an Annual General Meeting to adopt committee positions and to provide an update on financial information and the annual report.

The Rotary Club of Ringwood website has been designed to highlight upcoming events and projects

The Rotary Club of Ringwood website has been designed to highlight upcoming events and projects

The annual general meeting was following by a board meeting of members to provide updates on the many activities undertaken by the Club. Rotary clubs have various subcommittees, which work on specific activities, such as the local community, international projects, membership, marketing, vocations and youth initiatives.

The board meetings provide an opportunity for members to receive updates on the projects and ideas considered by each of the subcommittees. This evening I discussed the membership recruitment strategies, including the new brochure and website revisions.

Corporate Membership provides new opportunities for the Club as well as the wider community. Corporate members, like individuals, will have full access to Rotary programs This includes professional development, providing opportunities to develop and learn new skills and experience through assisting with activities within the Club.

Corporate Membership will be officially launched in early 2012 and will be available to businesses and not-for-profit associations.