What is Rotary International?
Rotary International, the world’s first service organization, is made up of over 34,000 clubs (including ours) in more than 220 countries and geographical areas. Its members form a global network of business and professional leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve their communities and the world. Rotary's motto, Service Above Self, exemplifies the humanitarian spirit of the organization's more than 1.2 million members. Strong fellowship among Rotarians and meaningful community and international service projects characterize Rotary worldwide.
Interested in Joining Sunrise Rotary? Learn more here -
We are happy to have potential members join us for breakfast a few times so we can get to know each other. Please use the Club Leadership page to reach out.
We meet each Friday of the month, except the last Friday and holidays (If you miss a few it's OK, but we hope you'll be there as often as possible)
Meetings are from 7am - 8am and include breakfast
Each meeting has time for fellowship and a presenter and/or a service project
Can't make our meetings, but want to volunteer? We need volunteers as well. Volunteering is free!
Club dues are $1,000 and are paid in two $500 installments (dues include donation to the Rotary Foundation, breakfast & operating costs)
To learn more or schedule a time to visit contact us or speak with any Sunrise Rotarian.
New to Rotary? Here are some great ways to get involved with Naperville Sunrise Rotary?
Attend as many meetings as possible to build friendships with the other Rotarians
Attend committee meetings to learn about them and see which committee may be a good fit for you
Rotary enjoys a rich and sometimes complex tradition and organizational structure - learn more and bookmark these websites:
Learn about and participate in the Paul Harris Foundation by contributing what you can
Invite your friends and significant others to attend our social events and of visit meeting if they are interested in learning about Rotary
When you're ready, sponsor new members (inviting them to be your guest, sharing about Rotary, introducing them to other Rotarians, answering questions)
Join a committee, become a chair of a committee and/or step-up to be a club leader
Try to attend the Rotary 6450 District Conference in May, the Rotary International Convention in May, and/or RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Academy) in October.