The Rotary Club of Dallas mission is to be a vibrant, inclusive, and fun club that embodies fellowship and Service Above Self as we cooperate with business and community leaders to provide meaningful support to children, veterans, public servants through collaborative events and humanitarian service projects.
 
Weekly Meetings
Every Wednesday at noon the Rotary Club of Dallas meets at the City Club, located atop the Bank of America building, to hear engaging speakers and fellowship with fellow members and guests.  If you would like to visit one of our meetings to learn more about Rotary, please contact Club Administrator,  Hillary Pennartz at hillary@dallasrotary.org or (214) 742-5451.
 
Service Events
High school mentoring. Teaching children about bike safety. Packing thousands of meal kits for those in need. These are just a few of the opportunities the Rotary Club of Dallas provides for service. 
 
Learn more about our service projects in action and ways to give back to the community and through international opportunities.
 
Social Events
Rotary Club of Dallas members enjoy a wide variety of social opportunities through the club.  From happy hours after service projects, to our quarterly Cigar Caucus cookouts and Rotary Uncorked mixers, one of the greatest benefits of being a Rotarian are the opportunities to socialize with fellow members from a wide variety of backgrounds with a shared mindset of Service Above Self.
 
“In 1941 I had been selected as "Rotary Boy of the Month" in San Francisco and was impressed by what Rotary stood for and accomplished. In 1966 I joined the Orange, Texas Rotary Club, and five years later, moving to Richardson, Texas. I immediately transferred to the Downtown Dallas Rotary.  For all those years I have proudly served, as Rotary serves, the community and world. It’s a great day to be a Rotarian.”
Victor Hancock