The impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt broadly across all of our communities.  The Rotary Club of LeRoy is committed to finding ways to help our neighbors through this pandemic.  If you have ideas on how we can support the community please see a Rotarian or email us at executives@leroyrotary.org.  Together, we can make a difference.

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The Rotary Club of LeRoy's mission is to provide members and community stakeholders the opportunity to serve others, benefitting the local and international community while promoting high ethical standards, fellowship and goodwill worldwide.
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Come see us on Saturday, August 15 from 9a-3p in the Save A Lot parking lot in LeRoy!  We'll be collecting non-perishable food items and personal care items.  Save A Lot will also have $3 and $5 bags available with these items all ready for you to donate. Many children and their families go hungry on the weekends.  The backpack program helps ensure that our children have something to eat while not at school.  Dedicated volunteers load the backpacks for children to take home.  Knights Closet is located at the High School and provides personal care items for student hygiene.
REAL or Rotary Excited About Literature will be setup as part of the Farmer's Market this Saturday, July 25 from 9a-1p.  Please come down for some free books.  Any donations made benefit Rotary Polio Plus.  See you there!
It is the Rotary International vision statement that perhaps says it best "Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change - across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Rotarians are a collection of people of action, and we share a strong sense of purpose.  In troubled times such as these, Rotarians will rise and see the needs of their community and the world.  It is with that sense of purpose that the Rotary Club of LeRoy has begun the "Rotary Community Reinvestment Fund."
The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt across the globe, but signs of the effects can be seen in our community.  In the interest of public safety, nonessential local businesses have been forced to close.
The impact of these closures may not be evident to the naked eye, but the ramifications are impacting our friends and neighbors who own these businesses.  As both state and national levels begin to restart the economy, those same businesses that have supported Le Royans in the past will need our support more than ever.
The Community Reinvestment Fund will take donations made by local individuals and families, and direct them to the LeRoy businesses most in need.  The Rotary Club of LeRoy, which has served the community for more than 75 years, will oversee the collection and distribution of funds.
There will be a short application for businesses to complete, and a committee of Rotarians will review applications and submit approved applications to the Board of Directors.  The form is available on our website.  Fellow Rotarians and their families are not eligible to receive funds through the process.
Individuals or businesses interested in supporting our community can made contributions by mailing a check to: Rotary Club of LeRoy, Attn: Community Reinvestment Fund, P.O. Box 141, LeRoy, NY 14482.
Any questions can be directed to Jim Ellison (717) 503-5749, or: jdellison@gmail.com
The application can be found in About Us - Downloads in the toolbar found on this site.
LeRoy Rotary Community Kitchen was proud to serve 220 take out dinners to our community on March 24th as well as deliver 25 meals to homebound seniors.  We can't thank our AMAZING volunteers enough for all their hard work.  The LeRoy Rotary Community Kitchen provides a vital service to our community which can be felt more now than ever!