Impact starts with our members — people like you who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Whatever age or interest, you can make a difference by working with others to make a meaningful contribution to a better community.
Help improve lives while receiving tax deductions by donating through either Lacey Rotary Foundation or Rotary International Foundations.
As a member of Rotary you will have the opportunity to work side by side with other leaders in our community to do good.
Our family friendly club has bi-monthly lunch meetings that will keep you up to date on local issues and help to learn about other organizations in our community working to make life better. We also have regular community service projects and a variety of fun social events throughout the year.
Research shows that volunteerism is a key component to personal happiness and not only will being involved in rotary offer that opportunity but can also help you share with your family the importance and benefits of giving back.
The purpose of Interact is to provide opportunity for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding.
Rotary magnifies the impact we can have as volunteers by leveraging the power and resources of our Lacey club members, other local rotary clubs, and Rotary International – which is made up of over 1 million members worldwide. Our club organizes a variety of hands-on community service activities throughout the year that partner with other local charities in our area. Every member of our club, along with their family, is invited to as many of these events as they choose.
Other service opportunities available to our club members who are interested include serving on committees that distribute money from our Duck Dash for local charity projects or working with Rotary International to plan and oversee large international projects that our club chooses to support (like our clean water project in Remba Island, Kenya).
Rotary eClub One is open to anyone worldwide who wants to join Rotary or transfer from another Rotary club. Members are in 15 different countries. They meet entirely on the internet in our clubhouse and does not have a physical location meeting place as other clubs. Rotary eClub One was the very first eClub within Rotary International. If you join us, be prepared to be active in the club and all we do.
The Lacey Rotary Club is the sponsor Club for a global grant from Rotary to develop the water, sanitation, and hygiene project on Remba Island in Lake Victoria, Kenya. The rocky island previously lacked any sources of potable water or safe hygiene facilities.