Club and District Service Projects help to meet real needs in your community.
It is what Rotary Clubs does best in Super District 6400!   Some are local in District 6400 and some are from around the world!    District 6400 makes a difference locally and globally!
Here are just some of the latest projects and community events that Rotarians devote their time, talent and  treasury.

Sad News
On march 25, longtime Rotarian Bob Allison passed away. Bob will be remembered as a broadcast legend in Detroit. He hosted the radio show “Ask Your neighbor” from 1962 until just a few weeks ago. He also hosted “Bowling for Dollars” in the 1970’s. Bob will best be remembered by members of the Detroit Rotary Club as the pianist who good humoredly entertained the Club and evened out their singing for many decades.


Detroit Rotary Youth Citizen Service Committee (RYCSA) Vice Chair Renee Yancy led the club in celebrating our most recent Youth Citizen honoree, Denby High School senior Harley James.


The Plymouth Rotary Club hosts Plymouth’s famous chicken BBQ each fall. When club members found out that the ER staff at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit needed donations of face masks for their staff, they donated 400 masks from our BBQ supplies and club members businesses to help hospital staff keep safe.




Detroit Rotary Club secretary Meg Coughlin introduced this year’s first Rotary Youth Citizen Service Award honoree, Denby High School senior Cheyanne Robinson.


Livonia Rotary Club was celebrating Student Leadership month and its 75th anniversary.


Dearborn Heights Rotary once again provided brand new personalized bookcases to all of our Bedford first graders along with a bag full of fantastic new books.


Nicole M. Valentini sponsored by Steven Durant is one of the newest members of the Detroit Rotary Club





Dundee Mardi Gras Dance


Meet the DGE in Southgate with Noel Jackson!


Trenton Rotary Sham-Rockin…..Fun and Fundraising event!


Allen Park Rotary Round Up    with DG John Chambers and PDG Donna Schmidt ________________________________________________________

Members of the Adrian Noon Rotary Club provided and served the evening meal at the Share the Warmth facility


One Soul, One Goal. Rotary Team-Up: Essex, Harrow, Cottam and Windsor-St. Clair Clubs combine at Gleaners to prepare food for those in need.

By the Numbers: 4,500 pounds of produce, 47 Rotarians, 4 Clubs. Countless served locally and internationally.


Fun times at the annual Windsor 1918 Youth Exchange Valentine’s Day auction  With Peter Hrastovec and Greg DeHetre as auctioneers, everyone had a great time biding on all different sorts of items! Over $1,300 was raised and will be used to help our inbound exchange students continue to have an amazing experience while here in Canada.


LaSalle Centennial Rotary Club

Crystal Drop Gala

DGN Aruna Koushik won the Roger Mann award. The award is given for humanitarian work by LaSalle Centennial at tonight’s Crystal Drop Gala


John Hewko, General Secretary RI, was at the Rotary Ann Arbor Club for the Re-Union speaking on “Why Rotary Matters”. Many Rotary Club members from District 6400 were present!


Darlene Fante, Kay and David Klavon from the Ash Carleton Park Commission to present plaques for the concession stand improvements the Carleton Rotary Club did.




Way to go Kingsville Interact Club! They spent their meeting time today outside cleaning up litter. ___________________________________________________________________

District Governor Elect Noel W Jackson Meeting with the new Outbound Exchange Students and District Committee Members for 2020 – 21 year.


Led by DT Rick Caron and DG John….Presidents shared Rotary Moments and updated on their clubs happenings and learned about district awards…fun was had by all.


Windsor 1918  Satellite Club meeting, are happy to welcome new members Fazle Baki and Imran Abdool ______________________________________________________________________________

Governor John Chambers visited  Fairlane Sunrise Rotary Club on Tuesday  Susan Buerkle was inducted into the club






Welcome John Lein to Kingsville Southshore!


LaunchGLOBAL, now in its second year as a Rotary sponsored pilot program, was spearheaded by Rotary volunteers from Rotary District 6400 who initiated LaunchDETROIT in 2012. The pilot was expanded this year to form additional group lending partnerships.

The Rotary Club of Detroit sponsored five entrepreneurs in 2018 and recently formed a second group of four Detroit area entrepreneurs. Through LaunchGLOBAL, eligible participants receive five free small business training classes provided by International Strategic Management (ISM). Following successful completion of the classes, entrepreneurs are formed into groups to help each other grow their businesses while receive mentoring and networking opportunities along with the opportunity to apply for a loan of up to $2,500.

According to Margaret Williamson, chair of LaunchGLOBAL, entrepreneurs in each group have the responsibility to award loans to their respective businesses. “This means taking the time get to know each other, build trust and have confidence that the loan will be repaid on a timely basis,” said Williamson.     This year, the Rotary Club of Detroit’s four qualifying entrepreneurs are Khella Young of Bee Buzzed, Lilllian Quickley of Small BIZness Research and Development, Dazmonique Carr of Deeply Rooted Produce, and Timara Wheeler of Rose Royalty Collections, LLC.


What is LaunchDETROIT? 

Our Mission

To support and develop entrepreneurs and small businesses in under-resourced communities in the Detroit region, by providing access to business loans, business development services, and networking opportunities  

LaunchDETROIT is a multi-faceted program that includes:

  • Free small business training:
  • Micro-loans $1,000 to $2,500 each
  • An assigned mentor from the business community
  • Networking opportunities

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For more information about donation and partnership opportunities along with applicant criteria and requirements,

LaunchDETROIT hosts online Entrepreneur Marketplace to help small businesses .  Check out