Each Tuesday Milwaukee’s business, professional and community leaders come together at the War Memorial Center for lunch to listen and learn about the key issues affecting our community--the largest weekly gathering in the metro Milwaukee area.
Members of The Rotary Club of Milwaukee are part of a worldwide network of over 1.2 million men and women who make a difference in the lives of people in their communities and around the world.
Why do people join Rotary?
Rotary offers the chance to network and make lasting friendships with some of Milwaukee business, professional and community leaders. In addition, Rotarians are welcome at any of the 34,000 clubs around the world and enjoy the camaraderie of an international organization.
The club gathers each week to hear from top rate business, civic and political leaders, sports and entertainment figures and scientists on timely topics. Rotarians learn about international affairs, current events, public policy and have the chance to witness live political debates.
Making a Difference
Rotarians work together to find solutions for issues of poverty, illiteracy, clean water, environmental improvement, hunger, disease and many more. Rotarians in the Rotary Club of Milwaukee:
- Are part of team doing hands on service opportunities to a variety of local organizations
- Have the chance to be part of the global effort to make a polio free world
- Support youth exchange and scholarship programs here and abroad
- Engage with organizations that are doing profound work in our community like: the Urban Ecology Center, Feeding America, The River Revitalization Foundation, Honor Flight, Milwaukee Public Schools and many more.