It’s Official!     


Peacebuilder Clubs are a growing movement within Rotary
The “Peacebuilder Club” designation now being offered to Rotary Clubs worldwide.  It is designed to further highlight “Peacebuilding” as one of Rotary International’s six Areas of Focus.
Why Peacebuilder Clubs Now?
Bullying, domestic abuse, gang violence, suicide, terrorism, wars, poverty, injustice ... the types of violence are many, and the need for education and action is great. The vision for the Peacebuilder Club program is to maximize Rotary as an agent for peace and to connect service to Peace. Rotarians are “people of action” who want to do something—not just talk—about creating a safer, more secure world.
Consider becoming a District 5495 Peacebuilder Club if you want to
  • Learn more about Rotary’s rich Peace building history
  • Promote education and skill-building in peace and conflict prevention/resolution to our youth
  • Help identify and encourage Rotary Peace FellowsRaise community awareness about Rotary’s peace building work
  • Take action to reduce conflict in our communities
Official District 5495 Peacebuilder Clubs have already launched!
  • Sun City/Sun City Satellite
  • Buckeye
  • Peoria
  • Glendale West
  • Kingman Route 66
CommCommitments Made by Peacebuilder Clubs
  • Designate one member to serve as the chair to coordinate the club’s peace-related activities and programs. This member will also serve as the club’s contact person for peace-related communications as a member of a network of Peacebuilder Clubs.
  • As a club, become educated on Rotary International’s focus on peacemaking and conflict prevention/resolution
  • Involve youth in peace-focused activities
  • Donate annually toward support of the Rotary Peace Centers, the prestigious schools that help train future world leaders and offer advanced curriculum in peace studies
For Information and Resources
Contact Peacebuilder Club Chair Suzanne Miller at
Look for Peace Resources information on the District 5495 website  
Join today!
Become a Peacebuilder Club  ~  Join the network and help build a culture of Peace