Our Club

Commitment to Community and Humanitarian Service Since 1955

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Elmhurst Rotarians had a summer camp play date at the McCormick YMCA. Pictured is T-shirt tie dying. There was basketball and a cookout along with other activities.

Founded in 1955, the Rotary Club of Elmhurst is an organization committed to doing good in the world through community and humanitarian service and have the extraordinary capacity to change lives locally and globally.

The club supports a diverse range of philanthropic programs and institutions, including District 205 schools, Elmhurst Memorial Hospital, Elmhurst Public Library, Elmhurst Park District, YMCA and Elmhurst-Yorkfield Food Pantry as well as other local charities and organizations. 


We have also been a major contributor to ShelterBox, a Rotary International disaster relief organization that provides shelter, warmth and dignity to victims of natural and man-made disasters. We raise funds for our charitable work with raffles, special events and donations from our members and the community.
We invite you to discover how you can make a difference in your community and the world. 

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Our Gifts

Supporting our community and the ones who need us the most.

The Elmhurst Rotary financially supports the Yorkfield Pantry as well as helping in the distribution of foods.

Elmhurst Rotarians joined the York High School Interact Club for a morning of packing foods at Feed My Starving Children.