During the Rotary Centennial year, a Twin Club Program was established.
CaribbeanPartnership was born from the idea of creating alliances between the Rotary Clubs of the US mainland (Zones 33-34) & the Clubs of Districts 7000, 7020, & 7030 representing 25 countries, to develop Rotary relationships that would lead to fellowship which would develop into friendships and doing Rotary’s work together as partners. We have recently grown to 28 countries with the addition of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao in the Caribbean.
In 2015 the term “Twin Club” was enhanced to “Partner Club” which reflects the overall emphasis of the Caribbean Initiative. Partner Clubs are two clubs that establish strong ties and have agreed to team up to complete special projects such as Community Service Grants, Friendship Exchanges, and Youth Exchanges.
In our recent existence, we have been carrying out a self-evaluation exercise with a view to offering better value to you our customers and thus to remain more relevant to Rotarians whom we serve. Our new Vision and Mission reflect our focused approach to the journey towards our aspiring to become the ultimate partnership.
Hurricane Matthew has recently caused much devastation and left many dead in the Caribbean and SE USA. The Caribbean Partnership stands ready to help in the transfer of funds to districts devastated by Hurricane Matthew. We urge you to visit our newly designed website for up dated information and instructions on how to give to provide relief to affected areas.
We urge you to give generously.
Yours In Rotary Service
PDG Vance Lewis