Let's make a one-stop resource for links to all the Toastmasters websites in the world.

  • Clubs, Districts (and all between), social networking pages, groups, blogs - anything that your club or collective uses to connect with fellow Toastmasters and reach out to potential new members - add it here
  • You can also add specific blogs, twitter handles, profiles etc in case it's dedicated for Toastmasters. (But avoid personal names)
  • We'll split this by District and then go down from there, so please add your District as a "Heading 2" formatted line and then use subsequently lower heading levels.
  • Please keep a numberical order of Districts so your club's website is easier to locate.
  • It would be nice to add the geographic location.
  • Please refrain from competitive lines like "the best club in blah blah" etc or bold, italics, big sizes etc. This page is only a list.
  • To time-proof, please mention the year in which you're posting - esp for Divisions that may change boundaries and blogs that are active at one point but may not be later.
  • If you already have made a list like this, please add a link to your webpage on this page at the last section

District F - Founder's District - Serving Southern California Since 1944Edit

Founder's District Official Website ->

Division A

Division B

Division C

- Toastmasters Europe - Continental Europe (you can locate clubs in district 59 and 95 here)

Division D

Division E

Division F

- Area 1

- - The Contrarians Toastmasters Club Official Website - Irvine, CA ->

Division G

Division H

District yEdit

Edit this section to make it your District!

District 40Edit

Official website of District 40

District 59Edit

Comprising of South Western Europe: Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and Switserland.

The official district website can be found at:

Other countrybased websites:

District 82Edit

India + Sri Lanka. (as of Jan 2011). District will be reformed into District 41 (currently the portion of district designated at D82N) and District 82 (the portion of the current district designated currently as D82S).

  • Official site for District 82

Division GEdit

Division MEdit

Pune, Belgaum and Goa, India as of Jan 2011.


Toastmasters International is currently partitioned into 14 regions around the world. The following is a listing of these regions and the districts assigned to each region. Known region web sites are listed.

Region 1 - Districts 2, 9, 15, 21 26 & 32
Web site:
Region 2 - Districts 4, 7, 33, 39, 49 & 57
Web site:
Region 3 - Districts 16, 22, 23, 25, 50, 55 & 56
Web site:
Region 4 - Districts 6, 19, 24, 42, 64 & 78
Web site:
Region 5 - Districts 8, 11, 30, 35, 40, 43, 54 & 63
Web site:
Region 6 - Districts 10, 28, 60, 61, 62 & 86
Web site:
Region 7 - Districts 13, 18, 27, 36, 37, 38 & 66
Web site:
Region 8 - Districts 14, 47, 58. 68, 77, 81 & 84
Web site:
Region 9 - Districts 31, 45, 46, 53, 65 & 83
Web site:
Region 10 - Districts 1, 3, 5, 12, 34, 52 & F
Web site:
Region 11 - Districts 59, 71, 74 & 79
Web site:
Region 12 - Districts 69, 70, 72 & 73
Web site:
Region 13 - Districts 67, 76, 82 & 85
Web site:
Region 14 - Districts 51, 75 80 & 87
Web site:

Global SitesEdit

  • - Official website of Toastmasters International
  • Find a club - Official database and search engine of Toastmasters clubs

Lists of websites, locationless sitesEdit

If you know a webpage that has a listing of Toastmasters websites, please add it here. In case it's specific to a District or similar area, please add it up under that District's heading. Add any sites that operate independent of locations, example: trans-disctrict collaborative blogs, etc here.


  • How about putting links to all the Toastmasters newsletters in the world in one place? Ideal for brainstorming!
  • As far as possible, put in links that won't get outdated soon - so a page that has your club's newletters listed instead of directly a particular month's newsletter, for example.
  • Format : District Number - your club's name (and this will be a link to the newsletter page) - (please keep a district's all entries on the same line)
  • Toastmasters International - official monthly Magazine - M/PR Newsletter - Leader Letter - Tips Newsletter - District Newsletter (now discontinued)
  • 61 - English
  • 61 - Francais


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