Community Service

Rotarians have been deeply involved in serving their communities since the first Rotary club was established in Chicago USA a century ago.

Community Service is an opportunity for every Rotarian to exemplify "Service Above Self". It is a part of the Rotary ethos for Rotarians and their clubs to improve the quality of life for those who live in their communities and to serve the public interest. Community service projects give Rotarians the opportunity to be involved in their community and improves their satisfaction in their membership of Rotary. These community projects also increase the profile of Rotary and its clubs in local communities and may attract community-minded people to join Rotary.

Further information about many of these activities is contained in the associated community service pages

 As a visitor to our site, you may want to ask a local Rotary Club about their community service programs. Making contact with clubs is easy. Just click here to locate a club in your area.