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Misioneros del Camino, an orphanage in Sumpango, Guatemala, is a project of the Rotary Club of Guatemala Sur. The facility received a well with help from The Rotary Foundation and the Rotary Club of Northbrook, Illinois, USA. Members of the Guatemala Sur club visit the children and the local Rotary Community Corps, which helps apply the club's resources to the needs of the nearby community. Photo by Monika Lozinska-Lee/Rotary Images
R otary clubs engage in local and international service projects in thousands of communities all over the world. There are countless opportunities to get involved. In this section, you'll find resources that will help your club:
- Identify and address vital community need
- Conduct a realistic assessment of available resources
- Target specific goals and measurable results
- Build effective networks that strengthen communities
- Empower project recipients to be part of the solution
- Recognize all contributions as important and necessary
Avenues of Service
Learn about Rotary's Avenues of Service and other guiding principles.
Areas of focus
Undertake a project that addresses one or more of Rotary's six vital service areas.
Align your service projects with Rotary's priorities.
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- March Resource Guide focuses on literacy
See how Rotarians used the concentrated language encounter (CLE) method to improve reading and writing in Brazil’s underserved schools in Key to Literacy, available on Rotary Video Magazine volume 3.2.