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.




Northville Rotary evening (Jan 22nd) of providing, preparing and serving food to 80 homeless people of Detroit.


Plymouth Noon Rotary Club   packed 100 kits, putting ribbon in bags, cutting fabric, and putting snaps on shields.

The project took place on Monday as a MLK Jr Day of Service


Rotary Club of Amherstburg  makes a $10,000 donation to





Friday, January 11th, 2019: Our Club presented a $5,000 cheque to support the Downtown Windsor Community Collaborative’s Women’s Community House.





Awesome project and community collaboration for the Rotary Club of Cottam. Rotarians are #peopleofaction.  New Shelter being installed




LaSalle Centennial Welcomed Angela Petrucci, the newest member of their club.






Livonia Rotary Clubs’ participation in the annual Livonia Christmas Parade and Light Up Night. The Rotary Club of Livonia started the Holiday Light Up Night decades ago. . Following the lighting folks walked over to the Library where the Livonia Rotary Club and our Interact Club from Franklin High SChool served coffee and hot chocolate and cookies. Families got to visit with Santa and then enjoy an entertainer for the families.



Dearborn Rotary’s first $1,500 Archer Veteran’s scholarship was awarded to Ms. Alexandra (Alex) Chambers.




Woodhaven-Brownstown Rotary donates hundreds to shelters










Wayne Rotary helping Huron Rotary/Goodfellows sort toys and food.




Music filled the performance hall at the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts downtown for the fifth annual Tunes for Tanzania fundraiser






Kingsville Southshore is honoured to officially be sponsored by Windsor Roseland! Exciting things to come!










10 Windsor and Essex County Rotary Clubs for the mound of socks and bottoms donated for local charities




Trenton Rotary Wild Game Dave Rozema told stories about his life as a Tiger. Enjoyed the performance from DYPAC! 







Rotary General Secretary John Hewko was the Key Note Speaker at the final Windsor 1918 Centennial Speaker Series. District Governor Paul managed to get a quick selfie in with John. 


Wayne State Rotaract last meeting of the year



Rotary Club of Amherstburg had a great night of hockey to raise monies for Amherstburg Community Services. The Amherstburg Rotary Team played against the Montreal Canadiens Alumni team in a fun game of hockey.



 Rotarians are at work in Huron Township. Breakfast with Santa is a success.




District Governor Paul at the Rotary Windsor-St Clair TV A Great way to inform people about Rotary







Rotary Club of Monroe Michigan sponsors the Gifts from Santa for F&CS Foster Care and Adoption!!!




Fun time with the Windsor 1918  Young Rotary Leaders at Phog Lounge, Pitch It or Pitch In event tonight! Thanks to the 5 people who pitched some pretty awesome ideas and to everyone who signed up to volunteer – you made this event happen!

Pitches included Pen Pals to end racism, YRL debates to help increase voting turn-out, free wi-fi cafe at Art in the Park, care packages and (the winner) plastic bag mats to help the homeless.



   RYLA 2018 










   Northville Holiday Parade  




Our youth exchange students had a great time today. Puzzled escape and Dave and Buster’s!! Thank you to the Huron township and Belleville Rotary clubs for sponsoring this event!!


Plymouth Rotarians are #PeopleofAction as they were busy planting tulip bulbs on the Main Street Island In Downtown PLYMOUTH, MI. They had help from their Interact Club and their Exchange Student as well as the folks from Serene Surroundings Landscape Group.







Rotarians are People of Action as this morning Members from 25 clubs in Super District 6400 packed 65,000 meals for the Kids Against Hunger Coalition. Special thanks to the Interact students from across the District who also helped.







The Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial was proud to host its first Trivia Challenge in collaboration

with the Interact Club of LaSalle and with the support of the Royal Canadian   Legion.


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