Your local Rotary Club invites you to join us! Rotary Clubs throughout Arizona will be hosting a number of community service projects and we encourage our friends, families, businesses and fellow charitable organizations to join us in this effort!
Whatever your passion -- helping a food bank or local school, volunteering at a nursing home, assisting a community charity, cleaning up a park, supporting First Responders and more -- YOUR local Rotary Club stands ready to help.
With over 100 Rotary Clubs and more than 3,000 Rotarians in Arizona, there’s certain to be an opportunity that appeals to your interest or special cause.
Rotary has been serving our world for over 115 years ... supporting literacy and education, eradicating disease, fighting poverty, feeding the hungry, promoting peace and more.
But equally important is serving our friends and neighbors right here, in our own communities. It’s been a difficult year for everyone -- but the spirit of giving back is as strong as ever and Rotarians are here to help -- and we invite you to join us!
Listed below are a sample of the many community service projects conducted by Rotary Clubs throughout the state -- not just those planned for our Week of Service -- but many projects are held throughout the year. Click on any of the projects to learn more about the project, how to participate and who to contact at the local Rotary Club.
Rotarians are People of Action and believe community service can change lives! Come Join Us!
Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members from around the world. Their work impacts lives at both the local and international levels, from helping families in need in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world. Worldwide, Rotary's seven areas of focus are: Promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, Supporting education protecting the environment and growing local economies. Visit www.rotary.org to learn more about Rotary and to join a local Rotary Club.