Deadlines: 31 March 2013 -- Clubs to submit completed forms to their district governor for certification. The 2012-13 Presidential Citation will recognize Rotary clubs that achieve an array of accomplishments that help them become stronger, deliver effective service, and enhance their public image.
Deadline: 15 March -- Presidential recognition of a club activity which addresses a significant problem or need in the community. A district selects one project and submits nomination to RI.
Deadline: 15 May -- This district-level award offers an incentive to clubs below the charter requirement of 20 members by recognizing the challenges and achievements of small clubs.
Deadline: Beginning 15 May -- This district-level certificate program recognizes membership growth in existing clubs, retention of current club members, and the sponsorship of new clubs.
Deadline: 15 May. This district-level certificate recognizes clubs for the development and implementation of a creative plan to support one of the three primary foundations of membership growth and development: retention, recruitment, or organization of new Rotary clubs.
Deadline: Ongoing. This award recognizes Rotarians who have made a significant impact in supporting and strengthening their Rotary clubs. District governors may grant this award to up to 10 deserving Rotarians each year.
Deadline: Ongoing. This award allows Rotary club presidents to nominate and recognize individuals for sponsoring new members while focusing on retention. Award categories: Rotarians bringing 25 members into any Rotary club, with 20 still active after six years. Rotarians bringing 10 members into any Rotary club, with 8 still active after four years. Rotarians bringing five members into any Rotary club, with four still active after two years
Deadline: Ongoing. Because so many Rotarians serve humanity through Foundation programs, The Rotary Foundation created the District Service Award to recognize their efforts. Each recipient up to 20 per district is given a certificate.
Deadline: Ongoing. This award is a certificate that Rotary clubs may confer on individuals or organizations for outstanding service to families and communities, or in recognition of the positive contributions to individual Rotary clubs made by spouses or family members of Rotarians