Board of Directors
Meeting Time & Location:
Every Thursday at 12:00 p.m. Artichoke & Co., 11920 Saradrienne Ln., Bonita Springs, FL 34135
The Rotary Club of Bonita Springs Noon are business professionals and community leaders in who meet regularly to network and plan and implement local community service projects and international humanitarian service efforts.
More than 1.2 million men and women in over 200 countries and geographical areas belong to over 33,000 Rotary clubs. Rotary builds international understanding through scholarships, exchange programs, and humanitarian grants. Throughout the world, Rotary clubs participate in a broad range of educational, intercultural, and humanitarian activities designed to improve the lives of others.
Benefits of Membership
Members join Rotary for many reasons, including community involvement, personal development, professional networking, and camaraderie with fellow members. But perhaps the most important benefit is the satisfaction gained from making a real difference in the world.
Belonging to a Rotary club provides members with an opportunity to make a contribution to their own communities and to communities around the world.Current & Past Club Projects & Support Include:
For over nineteen years, the Rotary Club of Bonita Springs Noon has awarded scholarships to students at Estero High School. Now, every year a minimum of two four-year scholarships are awarded to deserving seniors.
Other Projects & Support
- The Rotary Community Garden of Bonita Springs
- Annual Dictionary Day providing dictionaries to every 3rd grader in Bonita Springs
- Funding to The Wheelchair Foundation, providing wheelchairs to people around the world who cannot walk and have never owned a wheel chair.
- Funding for lifesaving heart operations through “Gift of Life”
- Funding for Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida
- Funding for Bonita Springs Assistance Office
- Natural disaster relief
- Funding for New Horizons Kids Club
- Habitat for Humanity projects
- Veterans projects & support
- Bonita Springs Middle School Annual Essay Contest
- Construction of a school in Guatemala