Each One, Bring One Implementation Tips
Club Leaders, the best way to see success with your Each One, Bring One campaign is to include your members and get everyone excited about the possibilities of growing your club! Below, you’ll find tips for success and a sample timeline to kick-start your campaign in the first few months of the Rotary year. Every Rotary Club is unique, so feel free to adapt, customize and dream up your own creative ideas!
Remember to reach out to District 6990 Each One, Bring One Coordinator Matt Wideman with questions.
- Identify an Each One, Bring One Contact Person for your club. This person may be your Club Membership Chair or someone else.
- They will receive monthly communication from the District Each One, Bring One Coordinator Matt Wideman to submit the names of participating members to our monthly charitable drawing.
- This person will be responsible for tracking members who participate by bringing guests to club meetings, service projects or social events. It will require approximately 1 hour each month and is a GREAT opportunity to prepare someone for future leadership in your club! If you don’t identify a contact person, the communications will default to you as Club President.
- Click HERE to designate your club’s primary contact.
- Introduce your members to Each One, Bring One.
- Communicate with your community!
- Utilize the external communication tools to share “guests welcome” on social media and to use existing professional networks as a pathway to prospective members.
- Remind your members about Each One, Bring One and recognize the members who participate. Consider a 1-2 minute acknowledgement/thank you during your monthly business meeting for members who participated last month.
- Welcome guests warmly!
- Talk to your members about the monthly charitable incentive hosted by the district for members who participate in Each One, Bring One.
- Share information about Each One, Bring One in your club’s newsletter.
- Create a guest follow up plan!
- Inspire your membership committee to develop a plan to follow up with guests. Be sure to check out the templates in our EOBO Tool Kit or develop your own!
- Use the “Prospective Member” tool from Rotary International to identify prospective members in your community. This is a great activity to complete during a club business meeting.
- Remember to include regular reminders about Each One, Bring One in your internal club communications and to announce the campaign during club meetings.