Are you looking for a way to make a difference in your community and beyond? Joining the Central Virginia Rotary Club is an excellent way to do just that. As a member of this organization, you'll be part of a diverse group of professionals who are committed to providing humanitarian services, promoting high ethical standards in all vocations, and helping to foster goodwill and peace. Rotary International is an international organization of service clubs located around the world. It's open to people of all cultures and ethnicities, and not affiliated with any political or religious organization.
In Central Virginia, there are two other clubs in Charlottesville, as well as clubs in Louisa, Fluvanna, and other nearby locations. The Central Virginia Rotary Club is actively involved in a variety of projects that benefit the local community. They have rung the Salvation Army bells, cleaned up the Rivanna River between Darden Towe and Riverview parks, and joined other local Rotary clubs to set up benches, plant shrubs and carry out other projects in McIntire Park. In addition to their local efforts, the Central Virginia Rotary Club also participates in international projects.
In collaboration with local Rotary clubs and UVA Engineering, they have been involved in drinking water and sanitation projects in Africa led by Rotarians and representatives of the University of Virginia. By joining the Central Virginia Rotary Club, you'll be able to make a real difference in your community and beyond. You'll also have access to a network of like-minded individuals who share your passion for service and friendship. So don't wait any longer - unlock the benefits of joining the Central Virginia Rotary Club today!.