Making a Difference Since 1905
The Rotary movement began right here in Chicago, in 1905, when a small group of businessmen formed a charitable organization dedicated to serving their community and fostering fellowship among members of the professional community.
Today, the Rotary Club of Chicago boasts nearly 200 members who continue to meet on a weekly basis, a dedicated Foundation (the ROTARY/One Foundation, Inc.), a vibrant calendar of guest speakers, and strong participation in service projects both in Chicago and across the world, the Rotary Club of Chicago is carrying forward the traditions and values that were first founded here over 115 years ago.
CPS Opportunity Grants
Chicagoland Vocational Network
All meetings are in Central Time.
Please visit our Calendar page to see all upcoming events.
Speaker: Richard Siegler
Topic: Improve maternity and newborn care for 1 million mothers and newborns
Speaker: Jetta Bates
Speaker: Carol Sharp
Topic: The Night Ministry
Click below to view the video from our latest meeting. Visit our YouTube channel to view all videos.
Click here to download the slides from World Polio Day with Carol Pandak held on Tuesday, October 19, 2021.
NOTE: Due to the content of the video from last week’s meeting you will have to sign into Google to verify your age in order to view.