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.



Windsor 1918 Childrens Fest     The 24th Annual Children’s Fest welcomed over 4,000 visitors over the weekend, and with bouncy castles, amazing entertainment and over 50 vendors, there was never a dull moment! 


The Adrian Noon Rotary Club organized and executed yet another River Raisin Cleanup yesterday at Trestle Park. They were joined by area residents, the City of Adrian Parks & Rec Department staff, and members of the Adrian Morning, Civitan and Kiwanis Club




 The Carleton Rotary Club hosted a document shred day in conjunction with Ash Township.   The Carleton Rotary Club and the Airport High School Interact Club have a close and strong relationship by backing each other in Community Service projects.


Blissfield Rotary Club  sponsored a “Lit Kit” that was provided to school students throughout the summer months, but mainly at the opening of school in Blissfield. 







Cottam at the Rotary Pancake Breakfast.









Plymouth Noon Chicken Bar-b-que














Plymouth AM Spaghetti Dinner




Great Service Project Sept 6th cleaning the Yerkes house at Mill Race Village.  Northville Rotarians hard at work! ____________________________________________________


Belleville Rotary Clubs recent venture into one of the local parks, in their continued efforts to clean up and beautify the local parks that run through our Tri-county area.  This time, they were working at the Horizon Park gazebo, adjacent to Belleville Lake. Interactors joined in the fun too!




Congratulations to all the Donors, supporters and Volunteers who helped to make this happen. Special Kudo’s to Chuck & Dee Howey for their generosity and to Donna Schmidt for her leadership to see this great project through! Super District 6400 making a difference in peoples lives!   Dedication of the Howie Family Health Centre in Debreberhen Ethiopia with PDG Donna Schmidt, PDG Teshome Kebede, Beyenne Haile, VTT member Gloria Milburn, Dr. Hagos-Head of the Tigrai Bureau of Health, and the entire village. Bringing health care to 25K people and Rotary saving lives!







Congratulations to all the Donors, supporters and Volunteers who helped to make this happen. Special Kudo’s to Chuck & Dee Howey for their generosity and to Donna Schmidt for her leadership to see this great project through! Super District 6400 making a difference in peoples lives


In what has become an annual tradition for the Garden City Rotary Club, our Club and volunteers presented more than 150 backpacks full of age-appropriate schoolsupplies to children in Garden City. Thanks to project chair Cathy Nitkowski and all the volunteers that continue to make this project successful!



2 Elementary Schools, 59 Teachers blessed with Totes full of supplies from the Trenton Rotary Club


Grosse Ile  hosted a Free Shred Event on Saturday August 25th Rain did not stop the work as the lines were consistent all morning long.



Grosse Ile Rotary Club helped Gardens of Hope and continued with its partnership of this program.



Windsor 1918 :    August 20th: Sydney Holbich, Youth Exchange rebounder who just came back from Brazil, was presented with the first Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) Centennial Scholarship. This scholarship fund, in partnership with the WindsorEssex Community Foundation, is awarded to one of our Club’s Youth Exchange rebounders attending a post-secondary institution. Congratulations, Sydney!




Rotary Club of Essex Launches Tools for School Project

The Rotary Club of Essex has provided 100 needy children with brand new backpacks to start the school year. Each backpack contained all the essential school supplies a student needs plus a reusable water bottle and lunch tote. The backpacks were distributed at a community barbecue organized by Essex Community Services department. Thanks to Rotary these children will have the resources they need to prepare them for class and to optimize their learning potential.







Fairlane Sunrise Rotary Club  Vista Maria Corn Roast














District Governor Paul along with District YE Chairman Chuck Parsons and members of the Grosse Ile Rotary Club at DTW airport. They were on hand greeting newest District Exchange Student Luis from Mexico.








The Dearborn Heights Rotary Club Third Annual Love To Run For Rotary 5K /One Mile brought out runners and walkers from the community to raise money for Rotary projects and The Great Lakes Burn Camp for Kids.
Afterwards they cooled off with the Dearborn Heights Firefighters Wall of Water.
Special kudos goes to fellow Rotarian, Pat Kehoe, from the Carlton Rotary Club who participated in the 5K and used our sponsor suggestion to raise money for his club. We hope more Rotarians will use our event to raise money for their clubs next year.



Rotarians and volunteers working on cleaning and then steam cleaning the chicken racks for “Chicken Sunday” — at Plymouth Municipal Services










July 28, 2018
3rd Annual Community Picnic, it gets bigger and better every year. Rotarians cooked and served hot dogs, we provided 3 pinatas for the little ones to enjoy destroying for candy, free ice cream and lots of games.  The police, mounted unit as well and the fire department added the added extra to make this all come together.  Hard work and dedication turns good communities into great ones.







Ghana Fish Fry Raises $23,000 for Water Wells

The Rotary Clubs of Essex and Windsor 1918 joined forces to organize a fish fry fundraiser at the end of July.

More than 500 people attended the event and our Rotarians served up delicious perch dinner with all the trimmings and entertained our guests with music, a silent auction and raffle.

We also educated our guests and shared the work Rotary is doing with water and sanitation projects around the world including our projects in Ghana!









What is LaunchDETROIT?

Created by Rotary District 6400, LaunchDETROIT strives to develop successful entrepreneurs, especially women, who have limited access to financial and business resources.

LaunchDETROIT is a multi-faceted program that includes:

  • Free small business training: eight classes of 3 hours each
  • Micro-loans $1,000 to $2,500 each
  • An assigned mentor from the business community
  • Networking opportunities

Launch Detroit  General Flyer
Laundh Detroit  Mentor Flyer 

“Our LaunchDETROIT team of Rotary volunteers and mentors is very optimistic about the possibilities and opportunities these entrepreneurs bring to Detroit,” added Margaret Williamson. 

LaunchDETROIT is a non-profit program powered by Rotary volunteers from District 6400, which serves southeast Michigan and southwest Ontario. For more information about donation and partnership opportunities along with applicant criteria and requirements,