Our aim is to support Rotary club and community fitness activities and help to change the perception of Rotary and Rotarians. Plus, the sale of Rotary Active sports clothing will raise funds for Australian Rotary Health.
This initiative enables you to help promote Rotary and improve the lives of thousands as you exercise.
“Rotary Fitness is as much about physical and mental health as it is about the health of Rotary and well-being of community.” – Chris Edwards
Supporting Rotary Sporting Activities
Marketing & Clothing Options
Are you entering a group of 10 or more in an event? We’d love you to wear Rotary Activewear designs.
We can add your sponsor or team logo to one of our existing Rotary Activewear designs or talk to us about custom design Rotary sportswear with your team message on it for your next event. (See below)
The Rotary Active Calendar
Many Rotary clubs hold sporting or fitness related activities to raise funds to support humanitarian and community projects. We have created an event directory for clubs to add their events.
Custom Design for Events
Many Rotary clubs run community activities, such as cycling or running events, to raise funds for their club’s community work.
The Rotary Active Team are here to help support your club activities with custom designed Rotary sports clothing that is integrated with and supports all Rotary International branding guidelines.
Profits from the sale of Active Rotarian sports clothing goes to Australian Rotary Health to help fund medical research that benefits us all.
To maximise our ability to raise this much-needed funding, our goal is to cover the costs of design, manufacture and administration with corporate sponsorship. And that could represent a great opportunity for your company.
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