District Goals to Achieve the
Governor Citation 2021-2022


 To download District Governor Cindy Gammon's District Goals and requirements for the District Citation, click HERE. District Governor Citation recipients will be recognized at the 2022 District Conference. 

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

Rotary International District 6780

Changemaker District Goals



Membership – Each One Bring One

  • Each Member in the club bring one guest during the year
  • 60% of members participate
  • Net increase 25% in club membership
  • Focus membership on diversity


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

  • Plan event by two or more Rotary, Rotaract, or Interact clubs in your country or internationally
  • Align event with one or more of Rotary’s areas of focus
  • Promote event using at least one media platform to raise interest
  • Attract a group of participants in which at least 25% are not current Rotary member
  • Meet at least three of the additional guidelines outlined in the Days of Service pamphlet
  • Celebrate Your Accomplishments


Empowering Girls- Ensure their access to education, resources, services and opportunities so that future generations of women leaders will have the tools they need to succeed. 

  • 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


Changemakers Making a Difference in the World – Rotary Foundation Goals 

  • Have at least one member of your club become a Paul Harris Society Member, an Polio Society Member, or a Benefactor
  • Average $125/member in Annual Giving
  • Participate in the Purple Pinkie Doughnut Event – increasing last year’s club amount by 10%
  • Average $50/member giving









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