Founded in 1905, the International Rotary has over 30,000 clubs, including chapters in Arizona, that tackle the most challenging issues in our state and across the globe. This includes foster care, access to water, education and health care.
Rotarians solve these issues in myriad ways. For example, we provide suitcases to foster care youth who are aging out of the system via Cases for a Cause. Through our Navajo Water Project, we provide clean water to tribal members. This is a critical need as only about 40% have easy access.
Together, we’re making a kinder, healthier and more peaceful world.
– David Simmer, Arizona Rotarians