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Rotary Club Vero Beach Sunrise

The club is made up of 65 local small business, corporate, non-profit, governmental and retired executives and professionals who meet weekly to share camaraderie, learn from community speakers on important topics, and plan projects to benefit their local community and international service.

Why join Rotary?


An original goal of Rotary over 100 years ago was to allow club members to meet periodically and enlarge their circle of business and professional acquaintances. As members of the oldest service club in the world, Rotarians represent a cross-section of their community’s business owners, executives, managers, political leaders, and professionals – people who make decisions and influence policy. Over 20% of Rotarians world-wide are women, higher in the USA, with members aged 25 and up. More information about Rotary International’s 32,000 clubs and the world’s 1.2 million members can be found at


Rotary was founded on fellowship, a cornerstone that continues to attract members today. Rotarians enjoy camaraderie with like-minded professionals at our weekly meetings, and club projects and community service events provide opportunities to develop enduring friendships. Club cocktail parties, family picnics, manning a booth at a local festival and bringing the kids out to ride in local parades all bring the members together. Members who travel meet friendly contacts at make-ups in almost every city, in every country, of the world.


Rotary is an organization of successful professionals. Team-building, fundraising, public speaking, planning and organization are just some of the leadership skills that club members can exercise and enhance. Becoming a Rotary leader provides further experience in motivating, inspiring, and guiding others. Many members serve in leadership roles yearly as committee chairs or on the Board of Directors, and training sessions are available both locally and around the state on topics of interest. Many young professionals utilize Rotary leadership training as an effective career and promotion strategy.

Humanitarian Service 

Club members have many opportunities for humanitarian service, both locally and internationally. Rotarians regularly experience the fulfillment that comes from giving back to the community. Local service projects vary based on club interest, and may include literacy initiatives, assistance to local Youth Centers or food banks, manning booths at local Festivals and events, or sending local teens to Youth Leadership Conferences. International service projects may include the supply of an aqueduct for drinking water projects or the sponsoring of a year-long foreign exchange student to their city. In 1985, Rotary International set the goal of world-wide eradication of the polio virus by the year 2015.


A qualified candidate for Rotary club membership is an adult of good character and good business, professional, or community reputation. The candidate fits one of the following criteria: A business owner or someone who holds an executive position with discretionary authority in any worthy and recognized business or profession OR a current or past community leader. The Vero Beach Sunrise Rotary Club meets Wednesday mornings, 7AM at the Lobster Shanty, on Royal Palm Pointe. Those interested in learning about our Club are invited to join us for breakfast and informative speakers.


Proceeds benefit the charitable projects of the Rotary Club of Vero Beach Sunrise 
The Rotary Club of Vero Beach Sunrise Foundation, Inc. is a 501 C3 tax exempt public charity: EIN 45-483756 P. O. Box 6274 Vero Beach, FL 32961