Community Service

Since its founding in 1915, members of The Rotary Club of Honolulu have been active participants in the improvement of our community through hands on service.  Our projects have broad range including:


Construction projects   RAT Pack-Rotary Action Team

            Creating ADA accessible site for Camp Erdman

            Rebuilding cabins for Camp Paumalu for the

                       Girl Scouts

            Refurbishing the HUGS playhouse

            Rennovating Atherton Hall-YWCA Kokokahi

            Building 3 offices for the Bobby Benson Center

            Addition on to the Kailua Women's Shelter

Literacy projects 

             Early Learning and Reading to preschool children with Hawaii Legislators

             Raingutter bookshelf installation in classrooms

             Dictionary distribution to third graders 

             Speaker Books to Ka'ala Elementary School 

             Operation "Paperback"  Paperback novels collected and sent to our troops
             Keiki Vision

Kids at Risk

       Youth Outreach House (YO! House) 

               Meal Services

              Assisting with education for their GED


              Clothing, Backpacks, Toiletries

              Holiday Events 

      Family Programs Hawaii

              Holiday Event-Christmas Party for Foster Kids


       Peacemaker Committee

                Oahu wide school video contest with OLELO

                Mediation workshops

                Annual Jerry Chang Peacemaker Award

     Maile Hale Community Initiative Project  

        Susannah Wesley Center Project

                 Vocational mentoring of young adults  

                 Assistance with education for their GED

                 Graduation ceremony for their GED

                 Interviewing skills & mentoring

   Purple Pinkie Polio Project
Education of school children and adults about Polio

    Rotary Gives Thanks Project

                   Annually, the Rotary Club of Honolulu engages

                  in a service project directed to an at-risk

                  population.  If successfully completed with at

                  least 25 members in attendance, the Weinberg

                  Foundation offers a $10,000 grant to a

                  non-profit, 501 (c) 3 of our choice that serves

                  the at-risk population. 


                 Done in a day projects which enhance our

                    community and improve our environment
                    such as Waikiki Beach Clean up, Lightbulb
                    exchange program, and recycling programs


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