Arizona Rotaract Council

providing support to Arizona Rotaract clubs

Join the global movement of young leaders who are developing innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.

Rotaract in Arizona is comprised of young professionals ages 18 years and older that meet regularly to exchange ideas, plan activities, do service projects, and make lasting connections.

More specifically, Rotaract clubs are part of a global network of the largest service organization in the world, Rotary International. Our service efforts start at the community level but knows no limits in its outreach. The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young adults to enhance the skills that will assist them in personal development, addressing the needs of their local communities, and promoting better relations between all people worldwide through international service.

Are you interested in…

  • Helping the community? We create local projects and help with other non-governmental organizations
  • Making new friends? Our friendly members hold social events
  • Professional development? We offer conferences for networking
  • Travelling abroad? Our international projects will take you all over the world to volunteer with other like-minded Rotaractors

Rotaract will provide you with new opportunities!

Our Reach is Worldwide

512

Districts

10,690

Rotaract clubs

204,548

Rotaract members

Feature Stories

UNITED STATES

“It seems like a stereotypical bad neighborhood,” says Tony Brazell, past president of Jacksonville’s First Coast Rotaract Club. But get to know it and its residents – as he and other Rotaractors are doing in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Jacksonville (also known as HabiJax) – and the view changes. 

SRI LANKA

The Rotaract Club of the University of Moratuwa club helped open a library for their local school and helped students prepare for college entrance exams and careers. They also assisted with the infrastructure by building bridges between neighborhoods to link them together to combat the heavy floods during the rainy seasons.

UGANDA

The Rotaract Club of Bugolobi worked alongside local doctors, schools, and the Uganda Health Marketing Group to provide everything from school supplies to comprehensive medical screenings, dental exams, and HIV testing and prevention education to over 1,000 residents of a nearby village.