About RCUI

Sharing a cross-cultural experience

Established in 2005, the  Rotary Club Utrecht International is a young, dynamic and enterprising club. It consists of approximately 25 members, with new members regularly joining the club — but unfortunately also members leaving due to relocation back to their home country or another country.

The club’s meetings are informal and contacts between members are close. Members have very diverse backgrounds with nationalities ranging from Indian, Mexican and Chinese to German, English and Dutch. Our members are professionals working in academia, the corporate and the public sector. The majority of our members are under 40 and more than half of our members are female.

The club meets every two weeks on a Tuesday evening at Restaurant de Branding (Croeslaan 303 Utrecht). First we enjoy a delicious meal and socialising together, followed by an interesting and varied programme. This may be an inspiring guest speaker, a talk from one of our members in the series “Sharing a Cross Cultural Experience” or a club affairs meeting. Members also attend events organised by Rotary on a national or district level.

Our mission statement

Our club is a gathering of many different cultures, where members share experiences, feel safe and help others. We maintain an open mind, care for personal development, have a positive attitude and inspire from the heart.

We are always open for new members and would welcome you to join our club Rotary Utrecht International!

Practical information about our club

Rotary Club Utrecht International
IBAN: NL65ABNA0552471038
KvK number 30212175
Contact address: A. G. Hearn, Huib van der Vechtlaan 5, 3981 WB Bunnik

For donating to our projects:

Stichting Community Service Rotary Club Utrecht International
IBAN: NL51ABNA0423599127
The Stichting is registered in the Netherlands as an Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling(ANBI), RSIN/fiscaal nummer 8157 93 170.
KVK number 302121183
Contact address: A. G. Hearn, Huib van der Vechtlaan 5, 3981 WB Bunnik.

Our major project at this moment is the support of a Global Grant to Safe Children in Kenya.

Rotary Club Utrecht International