Inner Wheel
The objects of Inner Wheel are to promote true friendship, encourage personal service and foster international understanding.
Active membership may be retained or taken up by the following, provided they are over 18 years:
•       Women related to  Rotarians/former Rotarians
•       Women related to Inner Wheel members/former Inner Wheel members
•       Women who have been invited to join - provided that a majority of the club members agree.
Inner Wheel is the largest women’s service organisation in the World, and enjoys consultative status at the United Nations. The emblem is the red rose. In New Zealand, Inner Wheel Districts NZ291, NZ293, NZ294, NZ297, and NZ298 correspond with Rotary Districts 9910/20, 9930, 9940, 9970 and 9980. In many cases Inner Wheel Clubs derive their members from two or three Rotary Clubs.
The Inner Wheel National Governing Body comprises elected members (President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer), appointed members (Editor, Webmaster and Constitution Chairman) plus the District Chair from each of the Districts.  Website: and Facebook:    
National Officers
President Inner Wheel New Zealand
Joanne Gaudin (Jim) (IW Club of Ahuriri)
Cell:  027 284 5882 or 027 314 1680?
National Council Secretary
Margaret Whitmore (Brett) (IW Club of Orewa)
09 422 9077
District Chairman, District NZ294             
Dale Julius (IW Club of South Wairarapa)
Phone 06 308 6938