In communities worldwide, Rotary and Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service. From big cities to rural villages, Rotaract is changing communities like yours. Google Rotaract, and get started on a life of service.
At Rotary, we have no tolerance for racism. Promoting respect, celebrating diversity, demanding ethical leadership, and working tirelessly to advance peace are central tenets of our work.
We have more work to do to create more just, open and welcoming communities for all people.
We know there are no easy fixes and that challenging conversations and work lie before all of us. Rotary’s strength has long been our ability and commitment to bringing people together. We will tap into that strength now as we stand with those who are working for peace and justice.
Rotary will do our part to listen, learn and take action to ensure that we continue to contribute to making positive change.
In Rotary there are many opportunities to hone your leadership skills. You can learn online at the Learning Center, sign up for PETS (President Elect Training Seminars) or RLI (Rotary Leadership Training) sessions, or just go cold turkey (probably not the best plan for your club). Make the investment in leadership and get the big payoff for your superstar club. Click right here and learn about one of these opportunities with RLI.
The 21-acre camp was built in 1955 as a church camp, and was acquired by Rotary Clubs throughout Florida in 1991. Rotary began a restoration program allowing the camp to meet full standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act and pose no barriers to the groups that use it. Need a speaker? Click on the image and use the CONTACT US link straight from the home page. And when you know more, DO more.
Get in the Zone
Who's in My Zone?
Whoa! Look at all these districts that are connected by Zones 33 & 34! Click on the image and learn about our Zone.
Rotary Rolls With C.A.R.T
Alzheimer's: Make the Change
The C.A.R.T. Fund provides funds for cutting edge research to cure Alzheimer's disease. C.A.R.T. started in 1996 with Rotarians voluntarily emptying their pockets and purses of change at weekly meetings. Click on the image and learn about C.A.R.T. and the furious drive to cure Alzheimer's.