Club Service Projects help to meet real needs in your community.
It is what Rotary Clubs does best in Super District 6400!
Here are just some of the latest projects and community events that Rotarians devote their time, talent and treasury.
The Rotary Club of Allen Park approved funding for book sets and literacy materials
Pictured here are Rotarians Dale Cook, Annette Prevaux and Kenneth Leiber of The Rotary Club of Allen Park presented Reading Specialists, Dr. Barb Chuby and Mrs. Sandy Artman, and appreciative students with a generous $7,200 donation check to make the literacy program proposal a reality!


Taylor Rotarians  Celebrating the Holidays!



Rotary TV Auction a Huge Success!

Donations up 25% from last year’s event

When the final ding of the Rotary Bell was struck in the early hours of Sunday morning, a grand total of $65,528 dollars flashed across the screen. Applause and cheers erupted from the dozens of volunteers who gathered in front of the studio cameras and just behind on-air hosts Anna Jurak (president of the Windsor-St. Clair Rotary Club) and John Weese. “We did it!” exclaimed an exhausted but enthusiastic club president, as the volunteers high-fived each other. “Thank-You Windsor!” she added.


Thank you to all of the generous donors who attended the annual Holiday Taste Fest and donated new and gently used winter clothing. Along with the Westland Chamber of Commerce, we were able to provide dozens of hats, gloves and coats to students in need at Stottlemyer Early Childhood Center in Wayne-Westland Community Schools.







Grosse Pointe Rotary Club completed delivery of 4,800 new winter coats next week. We raised over $80,000 to buy the coats from Operation Warm.   OPERATION WARM-DETROIT 2017








December 1st, Taylor Rotarian Armando Sardanapoli and some teachers fitted new warm winter coats that were donated by Taylor Meijers Stores to children. The children were given an opportunity to select their coat. Many smiles happened.




Livonia Rotary Club—Holiday Parade









Ida Christmas Parade 2017 —   Many clubs participated in this great holiday event.

DG Rick and Wendy and our own PDG Mary and AG Tom Allen  pulled our float in the parade.   Along with the above Monroe and Dundee Rotarians,

Many Interactors  marching with our float and distributing candy to the viewers.  Thank You  Ashley McFadden for supplying us with Airport Interactors.   









Monroe Interacters  Interact Clubs from St Mary’s Catholic Schools and Monroe High School. Chicken bowling 🎳 to raise money for their clubs.










The Wyandotte Rotary Club, during their charity auction, collected toys for Mimi’s Mission in addition to raising money from the Auction to support our local charities & Rotary projects.













District 6400 Area 9 clubs of Amherstburg, Cottam, Harrow Rotary, Leamington and Essex all made a $50,000 commitment to fund a Hospice Room at Erie Shores Hospice. Rotarians in Action and making a difference in their community.








Hundreds of Rotarians and volunteers from the community turned out to pack over 80,000 meals with Kids Coalition against Hunger.   Feed  the World day!






Clinton Rotarians doing Highway clean up in their community

Adopt a mile clean up in Clinton!









Blissfield Rotary Club Bon Fire for Halloween—-Great Community fellowship!







Tree planting in Huron Township and Down River!    great job by all involved.




Harrow Fright Night









Detroit AM Rotary Club had their  Detroit Contemporary Art Tour  which brought  folks to four unique sites and, at the last stop, everyone


enjoyed food prepared by “Chopped” Chef Crystal Smith.  Grand  program and fun!


The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) donated $225,000 to help the Essex Region Conservation Authority and the Essex Region Conservation Foundation complete a three-kilometre trail that connects the Chrysler Canada Greenway with trails on the Herb Gray Parkway and trails in the towns of Tecumseh and LaSalle.

The donation, part of the Rotary Club’s legacy projects, will finish a trail that will be called the Rotary (1918) Centennial Hub. The project includes a small park at Howard Avenue and Laurier Drive.






4 Rotarians from The Rotary club of Windsor St Clair installed lights on the back of the bikes of 80 migrant workers from Leamington. Helping to keep our community safe. Through a matching grant from our District, we will soon be able to install 360 more lights! Rotarians are people of action


Grosse Ile Rotary held the Tour de Ile this weekend on the Island  Great weather and fun for all!


Wine Not Yoga at Viewpointe Estates Winery on the shores of beautiful Lake Erie. An event organized by the Young Rotary Leaders of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918). Profits raised will support the Centennial activities as we celebrate 100 years of Rotary service in Windsor-Essex.


Grosse Pointe Sunrise 

Grosse Pointe Sunrise Rotarians prepping for our St. Charles Community supper. Our club sponsors, prepares, and serves meals for the West Village of Detroit community once a quarter.


Northville Tour De Ville  Bike Tour-  Great Community event


Taylor Turn off the Violence     On September 21st the Taylor Rotary Club held their signature community event Turn Off Violence Turn on Health at Heritage Park Pavilion.






Dearborn Heights 5K Run—-great event for the community!


Livonia Corn Roast!

2 community non profit organizations and over 500 community neighbors celebrating the end of summer, the approach to the autumnal equinox and most importantly celebrating a hometown of which we should all be proud



Cottam Horse Show –  The RC of Cottam hosts this community event and it was so nice to see Rotarians from Windsor-Roseland Rotary Club, Windsor (1918), Harrow Rotary Club, Essex, Rotary Windsor-St Clair, Rotary of Windsor-Walkerville and Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial there to help out.


Windsor 1918 Childrens Fest  –  Great Community Event!


Grosse Point Sunrise Rotary Club- Run


One Rotary Summit the Musical— Got Rave Reviews!













Romulus Parade

Thanks to our dear friends from Harrow for coming to our Parade!







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,