What We Do

Rotary is a non-partisan, non-sectarian network of 1.4 million volunteers, neighbors & leaders in over 165 countries on all 7 continents working together to problem-solve, take action and create lasting change in local communities. 

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Please use this button to pay your Annual Dues or Happy Dollars to the Rotary Club of Brookline
Rotarians can click here to get the Club Runner Mobile App to stay connected with the District & local Club activities by phone.
Please use this button to make donations to the Brookline Rotary Charitable Fund, a 501c3 charity.
Service Opportunities


 For the Rotary year 2023-2024, 
Rotary President Elect, R. Gordon R. McInally
has revealed his Presidential theme ...
Watch & listen how he came to this choice:
May it inspire us ...  in all we think, say and  do!
The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) weekend is Friday June 23rd through Sunday June 25th at Fitchburg State University here in Fitchburg MA.
Volunteers are needed! To volunteer, use this link https://rotary7910.org/page/ryla-get-involved 
RYLA began in 1994 and is opportunity for approximately 200 high school sophomores from 50 Rotary Clubs from Suburban Boston/Metro West and Central Massachusetts to join together for a weekend of challenging and enriching activities to help students learn and grow and cultivate fellowship. Enjoy the video!
Four students from Brookline High School will be participating this year and in the Fall will come to a Club Meeting to share about their experiences.
alt_text The Brookline News is an exciting initiative that is part of a trend across the country designed to address the local news media gap as local newspapers have closed.  
The new Brookline News is an attempt to try to address the gap and the 1st e-issue of the Brookline News was sent the week of April 10th.  A full website of news and features is anticipated to launch in late May.
Sam Mintz, the newly hired Editor of the Brookline News presented at Rotary on April 13th. With the closure of the Brookline TAB, Brookline lost a vehicle for community building and sharing local news.
Working closely with over 120 volunteers who open their homes each year for patients & families who travel to Boston for specialized medical care, Hospitality Homes is able to provide short-term housing and the much-needed relief from the emotional and financial challenges of medical treatment. To learn more visit their website at https://hosp.org/ 
Mailing List
Club Leadership
President 2023-2024 (PE)
President 2024-2025 (VP)
Immediate Past President
Sergant at Arms
Assistant Treasurer
Speaker Chair
Website Administrator
Social Media
Youth - Rotaract Advisor
Projects Chair
Water Chair
Foundation - Polio Coordinator
Corresponding Secretary
Environment and Clean Water Team
Food Security Team
Youth - RYLA Chair
Youth - RYLA Chair
Rotary International News
Excitement builds for Melbourne

The 2023 Rotary International convention will offer endless inspiration for the year to come.

Watch: Rotary’s People of Action: Champions of Inclusion broadcast event

Watch: Rotary’s People of Action: Champions of Inclusion broadcast

Former aviator mentors next generation of scientists

JonDarr Bradshaw, a former military aviator and contractor for the U.S. space agency, has a different kind of mission now.

Forever young

Interact is 60: Join us as we examine Rotary’s leadership and service program for teens through the lens of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

The Afghan women who were determined to run

A Rotarian tells the story of the perseverance of female runners in Afghanistan in the film The Secret Marathon.