Imagine a grateful smile
Imagine the difference your time could make. That your skills could bring to bear. Imagine a simple ‘thank you’ or a smile was your reward. Just imagine what a difference you could make. Join Rotary.
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Imagine a new business
The business of making a difference. The business of caring, and of sharing your experience. Of restoring pride and rediscovering dignity. Join Rotary and make a difference.
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“Service Above Self” projects and stories about Rotarians.
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Imagine giving back
Think about it. Your skills are invaluable. The skills that have helped you succeed in business can help change the lives of others less fortunate.
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Imagine saving lives
Clean and efficient cookstoves, started by a Rotarian in her 60s and funded by Rotary matching grants, have helped more than 350,000 people in Latin America.
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Make a difference
Every day you make a difference in your job. Imagine if you brought those same skills to helping others. To improve the lives of people who didn’t get your opportunities. Of saving lives, and making lives worthwhile. Just imagine.
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Calendar of upcoming events, programs and projects of the Rotary Club of Irvine, Orange County, CA
Community, International, Vocational and other service projects.
Make a tax-free donation to the Irvine Rotary Foundation to help fund our projects.
"A Rotary club gives us an opportunity that no social, political, or specialized business club can do. It is strong on the human side; it stands for the individual, unfetters him, appeals to his originality, brings out his latent powers, and puts him at his best by extending him the full measure of his confidence and appealing to the best that is in him — 'service not self.' ” Glenn C. Mead, 1912-1913 RI President