The Rotary Fellowship of Wildlifers for Conservation is not an agency of, nor controlled by Rotary International, as it does operate independently from it, while acting in harmony with the Rotary policies.
Rotary Fellowship of Wildlifers for Conservation (RFWC) was conceptualised by Rotary Club of Rajmahal Vilas, in Rotary District 3190, and received response to form a Global group with Rotarians, Rotaractors and other interested individuals joining the group. Within a span of 6 months the group gathered over 250 members from all over the world, growing to a larger number since.
Membership Subscription: Currently free
Rotary Fellowship of Wildlifers for Conservation is a group of any interested individuals who share a common interest willing to work towards building a future in which people and nature thrive.
The purpose of this Rotary Fellowship is to:
1. Create awareness about importance of wildlife amongst public in general and youth in particular,
2. Promote lasting friendships outside of one's own club, district and country, which serve as a strong incentive for attracting new members to Rotary and for retention of its existing members.
3. Encourage participants to form fellowship chapters in their respective regions/countries and have exchange programs with each other to witness and explore the wildlife of that region/country while supporting each other’s Rotary Projects.
4. Promote locally, regionally & globally that conservation of living resources are important to humans and future generations to enjoy our natural world and the incredible species that live within it!
5. Explore new opportunities for service while having fun enhancing the Rotary experience.
6. Contribute their knowledge and expertise and help wildlife conservation wherever they live.
Our Vision Statement
TOGETHER WE MAKE PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, A WAY OF LIFE!