We love our Tacoma-Pierce County community, and we work to give back to it in many ways. We want it to be better tomorrow than it is today.
We know that our children today are the key to a better community tomorrow. That's why many of our programs focus on children and their development.
We think every kid deserves a chance at a college education—so we have awarded college scholarships to high school students in need for more than 20 years. We raised more than $20,000 at our annual auction recently to help fund those scholarships.
We are appalled by child abuse—so we helped found the Courage Classic, which raised more than $2 million last year to help fight child abuse in our community.
And we think Christmas is a special time—so we work with Goodwill to hold a free Santa breakfast for children and their families every December. We make sure every child gets to chat with Santa, gets a stuffed animal, a cool book, a great pancake breakfast, a bag of candy and a tooth brush. We served more than 600 guests at last year's breakfast.
We’re also doing our part to support Rotary’s goal of ending polio in the world.
Our club members work hard and play hard. And we take the time to have fun along the way.
We’re proud of what we do, and we’re always looking for more people who would like to join us.

Sound interesting? Drop by one of our meetings to find out more.

We meet every Wednesday at the Salvation Army Citadel (1110 South Puget Sound Avenue, Tacoma) from 7 to 8 a.m.
And don’t worry if you’re not a morning person.

We make sure there's plenty of coffee at all our Wednesday morning meetings!

--Written by Rod Koon--Last updated 11.20.18