District Goals to Achieve the
Governor Citation 2022-2023


 To download District Governor Al Clark's District Goals and requirements for the District Citation, click HERE. District Governor Citation recipients will be recognized at the 2023 District Conference. 

 Submissions must be received by March 15th, and emailed to District Awards chair.

Rotary International District 6780

Image Rotary District Goals




Membership – Reach 3,000 members by June 30, 2023

  • Establish 2 innovative, cause-based clubs
  • Achieve/maintain 30% female membership


Rotary Days of Service – Participate in the District-Wide Initiative

  • Plan event by two or more Rotary, Rotaract, or Interact clubs
  • Align event with one or more of Rotary’s Areas of Focus
  • Promote event using at least one media platform to raise the Rotary Profile
  • Implement the ACTION PLAN


Training – Develop Mobile Training Teams to deliver training and ideas to the clubs.


Empowering Girls- Ensure access to education, resources, services and opportunities

  • Participate in the Zones 30 & 31 District Initiative to Empower Girls
  • Plan a club level service project for local girls or internationally to Empower Girls
  • Involve the clubs in eliminating harassment and female trafficking per the District initiative.


Rotary Foundation Goals

  • Average $100/member in Annual Giving
  • Participate in the Purple Pinkie Doughnut Event – increasing District amount to $75,000.
    • Goal for overall event at $1.5 million.
  • Average $50/member Polio Plus Giving
  • 100% of clubs giving to Annual Fund and Polio Plus
  • 75% of clubs reach STAR status ($100 per capita) and Polio Eradicator status ($50 per capita)


Areas of Focus

  • Participate in or organize a new project aligned with the Areas of Focus.


The following page contains specific goals that need to be met in order to obtain the District Governor’s Citation or the District Governor’s Citation with Distinction.


Rotary District 6780

2022-2023 District Governor Citation


To Receive the District Governor’s Citation for 2022-2023, a club must achieve 11 of the 17 goals below:  

  • Achieve Star Club recognition status – average $125/member
  • Achieve Globe Club recognition status
    • Participate financially in an International Service project.
    • Participate financially in the Polio Plus program.
    • Have a club program that presents an international project.
    • Have a club program that discusses the Rotary Foundation, Rotary Foundation program(s), or youth exchange.
  • Achieve Polio Eradicator Club Status - $50/member
  • Net Membership increase by 10%
  • Participate in the Dunkin’ Purple Pinkie Day for Polio Eradication
  • Establish partnership(s) to achieve goals and grow members
  • Pay dues on time
  • Participate in the Rotary Days of Service
  • Participate in the Empowering Girls Campaign
  • Support Youth either through Interact, RYLA, Youth Exchange, or some other type of youth project
  • Set goals in Rotary Club Central and keep them updated
  • Raise the Rotary profile in the community
  • Participate in a project for at least one of the Areas of Focus.
  • Examine and Update By-Laws
  • Conduct a Community Assessment and align club with demographics
  • Achieve/maintain 30% female membership
  • Be able to recite the Action Plan:
    • INCREASE our impact
    • EXPAND our reach
    • ENHANCE participant engagement
    • INCREASE our ability to adapt

District Governor’s Citation with Distinction – Meet 5 of 8 criteria

  • Qualify for the Rotary International Citation
  • Have at least one member of your club become a Paul Harris Society Member or a Benefactor
  • Average $250/Club member in Annual Giving – Gold Club Status
  • Average $60/member Polio Plus Giving
  • Net Membership increased by 10%*
  • Participate in Empowering Girls Campaign*
  • Organize a project aligned with at least one of the Areas of Focus
  • Assign a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair*


District Events
Paul Harris Society Members by Club
Annual Fund and PolioPlus Giving Year-to-Date
District Leaders