Are you looking for a way to make a difference in your community or communities around the world? There’s a project happening that needs you.

We use our knowledge of local issues to identify areas of need, then apply our expertise and diverse perspectives to find a solution. Rotary members work in our communities to feed the hungry, tutor disadvantaged children, maintain parks and playgrounds, and much more. You can help.

  • Oahu Housing Now Welcome Kit project, Feb to Aug 2021.  Partners in Care and the C & C of Honolulu aim to house 300-350 homeless households in Honolulu, between McCully and Pearl City.  The project is to provide these households with “Welcome Kits” of basic kitchen, bathroom and bedroom supplies, which is about $225 worth of supplies, like toilet paper, pots and pans, cleaning supplies, etc.  The goal is to get about 60 households placed each month.  If you or your club is interested in Welcome Kits, email Cecilia Fong, RC of West Honolulu,
  • State-wide: JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF HAWAII SEEKING 100 VOLUNTEERS TO TEACH VIRTUAL CLASSES for K-12th grade on all islands. The average time commitment for a teaching volunteer is 6-8 hours. Each class entails five (5) sessions which average 45 minutes. There is some platform training and pre-class preparation time involved. Volunteers must be comfortable using video conferencing tools and be available to teach classes during school hours. For more information or to get involved as a volunteer, please email Ann Dang, program director, at or visit
          For East Hawaii Junior Achievement, Contact District Manager, Laura Robinson, know if you would like to volunteer. Her phone is 808-292-0570 and email is   For more info, contact Sharon              Scheele, RC of Hilo Bay,
  • The Rotary Club of Honolulu is teaming with Miracle Ear Foundation’s Gift of Sound™ program, which provides free hearing aids to those that qualify. The application fee is $150, which includes a hearing assessment, hearing aid fittings and follow-up adjustments. While supplies last, the Rotary Club of Honolulu will assist those who can not afford the $150 application fee through its Can You Hear Us Now? program.  Rotary Gift of Sound