Welcome to North Charleston Rotary
Neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers sharing ideas and taking action to create lasting change.
Lunch meetings are every Monday at the Hilton Garden Inn Express, 5265 International Blvd, North Charleston. Doors open at 12pm noon. The meetings begin at 12:30pm and end by 1:30pm.
Be a part of an international organization dedicated to bringing peace and understanding throughout the world.
We have a mission to eradicate the once incurable disease, polio. We’re almost there.
Providing Clean Water
Through our global network of Rotarians, we work to provide life sustaining clean water.
Saving Mothers and Children
Pre-natal and post-natal health care is critical. Rotarians support programs that provide safe environments.
We value a well-educated community and our club provides college scholarships to deserving students.
Growing Local Economies
As mentors, we share our expertise through involvement in literacy and other community service projects.
We are having hybrid meetings to provide options for our members and guests. During our lunch meetings, we acknowledge recommended distancing and other protective measures.
Please join us for in-person meetings at the Hilton Garden Inn – Airport or Zoom with us.
Contact us for details.
Sarah Pope, is the CEO of SOS Care, a non-profit serving children and adults with autism and intellectual disabilities. Sarah has spent her life making use of every opportunity to better serve the community. She has over 35+ years of experience working with individuals with disabilities and is the creative mind behind SOS Care’s programs and services. Over the years, Sarah has expanded SOS Programs, client base, areas served throughout South Carolina, and is currently developing a planned housing community for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities. Sarah is also the mother of two young men with autism and is relentless in fulfilling the needs of individuals with disabilities in our community.
End Polio Now
We’ve has been working to eradicate polio and our goal of ridding the earth of this disease is within sight. We started in 1979 with vaccinations for 6 million children in the Philippines. Today, Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan are the only countries where polio remains endemic.