Rotary Club of Greater Lake Forest

Get ready to make a difference in your life and in others.

Greater Lake Forest Club Calendar

What we're about

If you live or do business in the Greater Lake Forest area, we would love for you to consider joining us for some networking while learning how we can make a difference to the underserved.

Rotary club members are caring volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, and homelessness, improve health and sanitation, fight human trafficking, mental health, teen suicide, veterans support, and youth protection. Provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.

We also have a whole bunch of fun and networking with like-minded professionals. We meet every Wednesday of the month from 5:30P to 6:30P where members and invited guests have the opportunity to network, develop meaningful professional relationships, and have fun.

As one of our goals is to support the local economy, our meeting place varies from business to business as we fulfill our obligation to drive traffic and create awareness of our local commerce.

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Will it be BENEFICIAL to All Concerned?

Be Inspired

Supporting local educators and students.
Serving Lake Forest California.
Growing local businesses.
Happy to be a Rotarian
Having Fun in Lake Forest California.
Blanket assembly for chemo patients.
Taking action to support our local community.
We love Lake Forest!
We love Lake Forest!
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We love Lake Forest!
We love Lake Forest!
We love Lake Forest!
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We love Lake Forest!
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If you want to help change the world, you can! There are countless stories of people who have changed lives through Rotary. Whether it’s working in your community or around the world, Rotary gives you both the opportunity and the means to fulfill your vision of how to help.
  • Rotarians have provided prosthesis limbs to those who have lost their legs

  • Cataract surgeries for those who have lost their sight

  • Hearing aids for those who have lost their hearing

  • Shelters for those who have lost their homes

  • Clean water to those who are thirsty

  • Sympathy to the families who have lost family members in our country

  • The lame walk, the blind see, the deaf hear, homes, health, and peace of mind

  • World peace is possible

  • Children smile because of you

  • Be inspired