Membership in your local region is not mandatory but is highly encouraged since National events are much less frequent than Regional ones. National members may opt to join one (or more) of our 28 Regions located across North America. Our Regions offer members the opportunity to participate in driving tours (usually lasting one day to a weekend), outings to museums, and dinners. Our Regions also host technical gatherings where members meet with fellow enthusiasts who have similar cars and interests. Our Regions afford you more opportunities to use your Rolls-Royce and to get to know it better. Regions also publish newsletters on a regular basis and are a tremendous source of information on where to find local parts, service or cars for sale. Each group has a separate, additional membership fee.
These are special interest groups that focus on a specific model or era of Bentley or Rolls-Royce motor cars. The Societies hold social gatherings, technical seminars, tours, and support National activities. Groups include the Derby Bentley Society, Phantom I Society, The Phantom II Society, Goshawk (Small Horsepower) Society, Early Post War Society, Silver Cloud/Bentley S Society, and our largest group - the Modern Car Society. Each group has a separate, additional membership fee.
Recommended Charity - The Rolls-Royce Foundation (RRF)
The Rolls-Royce Foundation provides educational programs on the history and preservation of our motor cars. Your membership will help preserve the heritage of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcars and the people who designed, built and maintained them. They operate as the only Research and Educational facility in the USA. They are one of only two in the world dedicated to the display, preservation and history of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars produced in Springfield, MA. and Derby/Crewe, England, 1905 to present, and Rolls-Royce Aero Engines produced from 1914 to date. They are a working Foundation. Through the generosity of our members, the Foundation is assembling a heritage of rare literature and documenting the history of our motor cars. The Foundation accepts all makes of automobiles in any condition, Rolls-Royce and Bentley engines, parts, manuals and literature, art, stock, real estate and other re-sellable items as well as cash contributions. Donations are classified as charitable contributions under IRS Section 501(c)3.