We are meeting TEMPORARILY at the
American Legion Hall – 1013 Arthur J Moore Dr – By Gascoigne Bluff Park
2024 Charitable Grant Application
Applications open from January 1 to March 31
Click HERE to apply for a Grant
We are pleased to offer limited funding each year to support special projects of local charities that serve children, young people and their families. These projects should focus on health, education, child safety and family welfare.
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Beverly Trainor has been elected District Governor for Rotary District 6920 for 2026-2027. District 6920 contains more than 60 clubs and more than 2,800 members across Southeastern Georgia. As district governor, she will oversee all the clubs in the district. ...
GOING BANANAS: Full Banana Ball league could be in future By DERRICK DAVIS email@example.com Buy Now Savannah Banana pitcher Kyle Luigs speaks to the St. Simons Rotary Club on Tuesday. Derrick Davis The Brunswick News Buy Now Banana Ball has gone nationwide...
Since 1946, the Georgia Rotary Student Program (GRSP) has provided scholarships to advance cultural understanding and social experiences. This year, St. Simons Rotary is proud to be a host to Mohit Sadhwani from the island nation of Monsterrat. During his holiday...
The Rotary Club of St Simons Island
Benefiting the community and our world through action, integrity, service, and fellowship.
The Rotary Club of St Simons Island is the largest, most active and well-known service organization in the community. We are a leadership organization working together to make a difference. Our members include local business, nonprofit, professional and civic leaders. We form lasting friendships through our shared Rotary experiences including weekly meetings with interesting speakers, committee meetings and projects, social events and group service projects within our community and internationally.
Diversity & Inclusion
Having a diverse and inclusive Rotary Club means we value and welcome individuals of all ages, cultures, ethnicities, and races to our Club. We invite younger people, women, and minorities who support Rotary’s values, ideals, and mission to join our members in service to our community, and we strive to give all members equal opportunities to serve as leaders within our Club.
Speaker: PRIP Barry Rassin
Topic: The Rotary International Foundation
Speaker: Ryan Marks