“Rotary is ordinary people doing extraordinary things.”

Getting involved with Rotary could be the most important thing you ever do. Your skills and experience are invaluable in our drive to help communities at home and around the world, and whether you become a member or volunteer your time and abilities to your local club, you will be helping to make people’s lives better. Rotary is the world’s premier service organization. We emphasize friendship, integrity and service to others. There are over 1.2 million members in 34,000 clubs worldwide… all dedicated to “Service Above Self.” When you join Rotary, you have access to any Rotary club in the world. Find out about Rotary by being a guest at one of our meetings.

Be Inspired

If you want to help change the world, you can! There are countless stories of people who have changed lives through Rotary. Whether it’s working in your community or around the world, Rotary gives you both the opportunity and the means to fulfill your vision of how to help.

  • Rotarians have provided prosthesis limbs to those who have lost their legs
  • Cataract surgeries to those who have lost their sight
  • Hearing aids to those who have lost their hearing
  • Shelters to those who have lost their homes
  • Clean water to those who are thirsty
  • Sympathy to the families who have lost family members for our country
  • The lame walk, the blind see, the deaf hear, homes, health, and peace of mind
  • World peace is possible
  • Children smile because of you
  • Be inspired

There are many ways to get involved with Rotary:

  • You could join your local club and open up a world of opportunities.
  • You could donate to a club or Rotary initiative
  • You could volunteer to speak at a club about a cause or interest
  • If you are a school pupil, you could take part in a competition
  • If you represent a charity, you could get your club to support you
  • You could volunteer to help the club in one of its initiatives, without becoming a member

To find out how you can get invovled with your local community, register your interest here and we’ll get in touch with details of your local clubs and open events closest to you.

Rotary Club of Huntington Beach
Rotary Club of Huntington Beach added 7 new photos.Saturday, December 15th, 2018 at 3:34pm
Another big day with a big check for $4,725 to the Avalon Club! Leslie Baer Dinkel and Mel Dinkel from the Avalon club presented their update on the WASH Stations grant project for clean water and sanitation upgrades serving 13,725 people in Quetzalatenango, Guatemala. This project will be completed in 1Q19 and now they are looking to partner with us and other clubs again on another sustainable project to build a Montessori school for teaching 90 Mayan children Spanish and to provide nutritous meals that will be scaled up over the next three years. Go Rotary!
Rotary Club of Huntington Beach
Rotary Club of Huntington BeachThursday, December 13th, 2018 at 11:30am
Lunch Meeting

Meadowlark Golf Club, 16782 Graham St, Huntington Beach, CA 92649, United States
December 13, 2018 at 12:10PM
December 13, 2018 at 01:30PM
Rotary Club of Huntington Beach
Rotary Club of Huntington BeachTuesday, December 11th, 2018 at 6:15pm
Service Meeting

December 11, 2018 at 07:00PM
December 11, 2018 at 08:00PM
Rotary Club of Huntington Beach
Rotary Club of Huntington BeachTuesday, December 11th, 2018 at 2:00pm
Our club sponsors the Snowflake Lighting Ceremony on the Huntington Beach Pier. "The lighting of more than 83 6-foot-tall snowflakes are sponsored by groups, businesses and individuals, with proceeds in support of the Waymakers’ Huntington Beach Youth Shelter’s emergency and therapeutic programs for youth in crisis." #rotaryhb
Rotary Club of Huntington Beach
Rotary Club of Huntington Beach added 7 new photos.Monday, December 10th, 2018 at 2:26pm
An eventful meeting last Thursday! Students of the month from Ocean View High School Emma Fisher and Jillian Pratt, a visit from Wally's former exchange student Tracy (Yusi) Guo with Tao Guo, Siwei Huang and Siyan Zheng, and our speaker Michael Scott Moore, journalist and novelist, kidneapped in 2012 on a reporting trip to Somalia and held hostage for 2 1/2 years. His book "The Desert and the Sea" is a memoir about that ordeal.