Rotary has come to your smartphone, tablet or personal computer!

If you would like to connect with like-minded professionals and doing good but unable to regularly meet at a fixed time and location , why not join Rotary to make new friends and make a difference ?

No matter where you live, or wherever you are, you can connect 24/7 through our closed Facebook page and fortnightly at a webinar evening- meeting with an online speaker.

If you are a” Capetonian at heart” and share the ideals of this 100 year old global organisation, you are invited to apply to join as a Friend or Founder Member *.

We do not donate money, we raise money and have an unrivalled local track -record in education, water supply, entrepreneurship, disaster relief and for instance a peace project to provide the Khomani San with a sustainable future. Our international connection through Rotary Foundation allows us to attract a multiple of the funds we raise locally for much needed projects in South Africa,

Online Meetings

We hold our online meeting monthly using video conferencing from Zoom Cloud Meetings

Member meetings every second Wednesday 19:00 to 20:00 and every fourth Thursday 12:30 to 13:30, to join us click here: E-Club of Greater Cape Town - Zoom Meeting

or from Zoom, program meeting number 918-007-1918

Board meeting every other month at a co-ordinated time, to join us click here: Password protected - Zoom Meeting

or from Zoom, program meeting number 986-517-938

You will need ideally a webcam, microphone and headset if using a desktop you can download an App for a tablet / iPad or use your mobile phone

 

EClub Snippets

  • Rotary Global Awards

    Dear Club Presidents and District Governors,Congratulations on your new role! As you begin the year, the Rotary Global Rewards staff would like to ask for your help in promoting our program.
  • Numeracy project visit

    Numeracy project visit

    Rotarian Clive Reed reported back on on a recent visit to  one of the schools in our numeracy project.
  • Numeracy Project [New]

    Numeracy Project [New]

    Numeracy Project - Status report July 2016 Following the success of the Literacy for All (LfA) project, covering some 20+ schools in the Helderberg Basin, it was decided