At its recent meeting in Atlanta, the RI Board of Directors adopted a new vision statement:
"Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves."

The Board also adopted the 2018–19 annual goals for Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation:

Goals for Priority 1

1. Retain current members.
2. Increase current club membership.
3. Start new clubs.
4. Increase the number of female members, members under 40, and Rotaractors joining Rotary.

Goals for Priority 2

5. Increase cash and District DDF con-tributions to End Polio Now.
6. Increase local and international, District and Global Grants funded with DDF.
7. Encourage Interact and Rotaract clubs to engage in service projects — including projects for the environ-ment — with their local Rotary club and community.
8. Increase contributions to the Annu-al Fund and build the Endowment Fund to US$2.025 billion by 2025.

Goals for Priority 3

9. Publicize the role of Rotary and Rotarians in polio eradication.
10. Build awareness of Rotary, and promote the People of Action cam-paign.
11. Increase awareness of Rotary club projects by using Showcase, Ideas and creating a club history.