Rotary Action Groups help clubs and districts plan and carry out community development and humanitarian service projects in their areas of expertise. The groups are organized by Rotarians, Rotaractors, and Rotary Peace Fellows with skills and interest in a particular field. Membership is open to anyone who wants to share their expertise to make a positive impact........

Action group members have the opportunity to engage in meaningful service activities outside their clubs, districts, or countries. Clubs can draw on these groups to enhance projects, engage members, and attract new ones. Find out more by emailing or visiting the website of the group you’re interested in, or by writing to

Addiction prevention

Alzheimer’s and dementia

Basic education and literacy

Blindness prevention

Blood donation


Community economic development


Disaster assistance

Domestic violence prevention

Endangered species

Environmental sustainability

Family health and AIDS prevention

Food plant solutions

Health education and wellness




Menstrual health and hygiene

Mental health

Multiple sclerosis


Polio survivors

Refugees, forced displacement, and migration

Reproductive, maternal, and child health

Slavery prevention

Water, sanitation, and hygiene