The mission of The Rotary Club of Dallas is to provide service to others, to identify and support humanitarian projects, to promote high ethical standards, and to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

Who We Are

We’re proud to be a part of Rotary International and the more than 1.2 million members in 160 countries that share a common passion for Service Above Self.
Members of The Rotary Club of Dallas, founded in 1911, represent a cross-section of Dallas’  business owners,  executives, managers, political leaders and professionals - people who care about others as they make decisions and influence policy. Whether you are new to Dallas, new to a job, looking for new ways to get involved or are just looking for a way to enjoy old friends or meet new ones, Rotary is your connection! 
A link to what's happening today
The Rotary Club of Dallas tackles local and international issues that are important to the Dallas community and the world. A connection with Rotary gives members the chance to develop skills including public speaking, strategic planning, project management and event planning. Through our events, Rotarian's meet interesting people from their community and around the world.
On Wednesdays, The Rotary Club of Dallas meets to hear from distinguished speakers. Our stimulating meetings feature informative speakers such as national elected officials, key business figures, political analysts and other experts whose experiences and observations broaden our perspectives and our development as individuals. Our subject matter ranges from the local scene to matters of international importance. Rotary is nonpolitical and nonreligious, a place where we value all points of view. But it’s not just hearing speakers. Each bi-weekly meeting is an opportunity to network and share knowledge. If the month has a 5th Wednesday we meet at an alternative location for an evening social focusing on the opportunity to network in a more casual environment. 

Beyond our bi-weekly meetings and service projects, we host a range of social activities such as monthly happy hours, concert field trips, parties, and international service trips.

Through meaningful service projects, members enjoy catching up with friends; learning about what’s happening in our city; sharing plans and exchanging ideas for creating lasting change; and working together to make Dallas a stronger community.