Many Rotarians are involved in hunger relief activities in their community through one-time food drives or events. But Rotarians can leverage their community contacts to play a more active and strategic role in hunger relief as well.

Hunger relief projects provide an opportunity to show Rotary’s direct impact, and serve as an engaging membership activity for members, friend and families. They are also a way to develop intra-club relationships – including between Rotary, Rotaract and Interact clubs in the same community.

Some examples of Rotary-based projects include:

Rotary Hunger Summits
Rotary Work Parties
Stop Hunger Now Events

If you have Rotary-based projects to share, please contact us.