Club Information


We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 5:00 PM
Six Harbors Brewery
243 New York Ave.
Huntington, NY 11743
United States of America
(631) 880-1210
This year, the Rotary Club of Huntington is celebrating Mother's Day by raising funds for L.I. Against Domestic Violence.
Founded in 1976, the organization empowers victims and survivors, provides shelter and support, promotes lifelong healing, and works with law enforcement and the community to prevent abuse.
Here's your chance to help:
Enter the Mother's Day Raffle by donating $25.09 today, through our DONATE page.
The 9-cents earmarks your donation for the drawing (Mother's Day is May 9th).
You will be automatically entered to win one of the four prizes listed below, from the following local Huntington businesses:

Drawing will be held Tuesday, May 4, 2021

2020 Toy Drive

Another successful toy drive on behalf of Family Service League and Tri CYA's Project TOY!
GivingTuesday emphasizes opportunities to give back to our communities and causes in safe ways that allow for social connection and kindness, even while practicing physical distancing. 
Every month, we donate a $1,000 check to a local organization to aid with COVID relief efforts. Your financial contribution will help us support the charitable endeavors of Huntington organizations such as: 
and many more
2020 Annual Food Drive
We held our Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive on November 21 and 22 at Southdown Market in Huntington Village. We were joined by Rotarians and Interact students who helped collect the food from generous shoppers. Food donations were made to the Community Food Council, St. Patrick's Food Pantry and Helping Hand Rescue Mission.
We stuffed five trucks to the brim with food and also collected $1200 in cash, which will go towards our COVID Relief efforts in helping needy families in the community.
A big thanks to Southdown Market for allowing us to hold our food drive at their store, our fearless leader Tom Tracey, Andy Ellsworth for organizing the event, all participating Rotarians and students, John Storck of Huntington Jeep Chrysler Dodge Ram for supplying us with the vehicles to transport the donated food, and most certainly all of the people in the community who were so generous with their food donations.
Another example of “Service Above Self”.

The Four-Way Test of the Things We Think, Say, or Do

From the very start, Rotarians have been concerned with promoting high ethical standards in their professional lives.

One of the world's most widely printed and quoted statements of business ethics is The Four-Way Test. Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor created it in 1932, when he was asked to take charge of a company facing bankruptcy. 

What originated as a test for employees to follow in their business and professional lives became the guide for sales, production, advertising, and all relations with vendors and clients. 

The simple philosophy was adopted by Rotary in 1943 and is recited at the start of every Rotary meeting:

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