Profile: Maureen Corcoran 2018-04-23 05:00:00Z 1
The Coppell Rotary Club is supporting  Train and Help Babies(t& in a fundraising Walk-A-Thon on May 28, 8AM-12 PM at Andy Brown Park East. The event is  being used to create awareness of the difference a newborn life can make in a community and to raise matching funds that can be used for equipment and ongoing training by medical professionals for  best practices to sustain infant survivability.  
T&HB is a Coppell -based community organization founded by local Doctors Prakash Kabbur and Sumana Nanjundachar. The doctors developed the model for training and sustainability while practicing in Hawaii and found the need for this kind of community support in the outer islands where medical care is rare and often widely scheduled.
The T&HB organization has been a part of the Coppell Rotary Club International Service  projects since its inception  and is being supported by RI District 5810, RI District 3170  and Rotary International ( The Rotary Foundation focuses on six areas, including maternal and child health along with education,  disease prevention and treatment , peace and conflict resolution,water and sanitation and economic and community development.  Although T&HB's first project is in India the goal is to build a model transferable to any area worldwide where Rotary International and a community need exists.
The Coppell Rotary Club invites all interested parties to join with us in helping to provide the best healthcare outcome for newborns everywhere. Come visit us at at the Black Walnut Cafe on the first and third  Thursdays each month , or join us at one of our activities found on the Coppell Rotary Club home page.
Coppell Rotary Partners with Train and Help Babies for Walk-a-Thon May 28, 2018 at Andy Brown Park John Hill 2018-03-22 05:00:00Z 0
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Flag Lease Program.

Your no-hassle option to show patriotism and support your local Rotary Club, CHS Theater, Coppell Women's Republican Club, Youth Football League, GSA Troop, BSA Troops, and many other fundraising groups. We are supporting your community and are working for international peace and understanding.  We will put the flag out for you on 5 national Holidays. Delivered to you and set up in the morning. Picked up late in the afternoon.

Lease a Flag! Only $40 per year! Don Carter 2017-09-01 05:00:00Z 0
An Interview with Coppell Cozby Library Director and Coppell Rotarian Victoria Chiavetta Suzy Cravens 2017-08-16 05:00:00Z 0

In 1905, a lawyer, a merchant tailor, a mining engineer, and a coal dealer met in downtown Chicago. Rotary's founders initially were looking for an opportunity to build relationships and promote their businesses. A hundred and twelve years later, Rotary has matured into one of the world’s largest membership and humanitarian nonprofit organizations.

The work of Rotary's 1.2 million members combines the building of community connections with humanitarian efforts such as promoting peace, providing clean water and sanitation, preventing disease, and alleviating poverty — challenges that are just as pressing today as they were when Rotary was founded.

Yet, as is true of many large organizations in the world today, Rotary faces the ongoing challenge of staying relevant at a time when technology and organizations new to the NGO space are changing the landscape of philanthropy.

For example, the number of social sector organizations in the United States has increased some 8.6 percent since 2002, while by some estimates there are now approximately 1.44 million nonprofits registered with the IRS. Part of this growth reflects society's increased reliance on nonprofits to fill service gaps in areas where cash-strapped governments are no longer able to deliver on past promises.

In addition, with a greater range of charitable opportunities and new models for fundraising (e.g., peer-to-peer, mobile, crowdfunding), there is increased competition in the nonprofit marketplace for both supporters and donations.

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It's never too early to sign up for flag duty.  

Go here to sign up for Veterans Day (11/10), 2017.

Route maps are available here Maps.
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The Coppell Rotary Club provided entrance flags to W H Wilson Elementary school in support of their Veterans Day Program Veterans Day. Honoring Veterans and teaching school age children about service to the community and nation is the goal of this event . Coppell Rotary is proud to participate in this annual event through its Flag Program and help make a visible presence of community service alongside our local schools. The Coppell Rotary Club has also partnered with Wilson Elementary this year in providing outdoor displays for the school's award winning garden. Thank you Vets and congratulations Wilson Elementary for your recognized garden and community involvement.
Coppell Rotary Club Partners with WIlson Elementary to Honor Veterans John Hill 2015-11-11 06:00:00Z 0
Pay Your 2019 Flag Lease Renewal Invoice Here Don Carter 2015-02-17 06:00:00Z 0
Did you see the Rotary Float in the 2018 Rose Parade? Don Carter 2014-12-31 06:00:00Z 0
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Thank you for your flag lease.
How the Coppell Rotary Club uses the funds.

Community Involvement
  • Donated over $2000,000 in the over thirty year history of the Coppell Rotary Club
  • Pavilion at Andrew Brown Park
  • Picnic Tables at Andrew Brown Park
  • Entrance Sign for Andrew Brown Park
  • Bridge at Bethel School Park
  • Grills and Picnic Tables at Bethel School Park
  • Coppell Founders Day / Coppell Celebrates / Coppell Fun Fest
  • Banner Machine for CISD
  • Art Display Stands for CISD
  • Overhead Projector for CISD
  • Sprinkler System for Austin Elementary
  • City of Coppell Entrance Sign South Beltline
  • CISD Education Foundation
  • Running Tracks for Austin Elementary
  • Baseball Backstops for Austin Elementary
  • Roundball Tournament
  • Provided CD/ROM System to Coppell Public Library
  • Coppell Arts - Community Theater, Community Chorale, and Camerata Chamber Winds
  • Citizen of the year award
  • Major Contributor to Coppell YMCA
  • Coppell Family YMCA C.A.R.E. Program
  • Involvement in Kid Country
  • Rotatree (2,500 trees given in Coppell)
  • Bicycle Safety Rodeo
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets to needy families in Coppell working with Metrocrest
  • Holiday Parade Participant
  • Coppell Fun Fest
  • Adopt-a-location-Sandy Lake Road
  • Residential Holiday Flag Program
  • Angel Tree Project
  • Coppell Nature Park
  • Elmcroft Retirement home flower and herb garden
  • VA Fisher House flower and herb garden
New Generations Service
  • 4-Way Test Speech Contest
  • Outbound / Inbound Student Youth Exchange
  • Students of the Season (4 each season)
  • Sponsor four or more students to RYLA Camp each summer
  • Encourage members to be RYLA Counselors
  • Sponsor RYLA Asst. Counselors
  • Scholarship s - $1,000 to seniors (2-4)
  • Participate in Career Day at Coppell High School
  • Sponsor of Interact Club at CHS and New Tech High
  • Sponsor Red Ribbon campaign
Rotary International Projects
  • PolioPlus - Polio Eradication
  • Wheelchairs
  • Clean Water
  • Literacy
Rotary.  Humanity in Motion.
The Coppell Rotary Club
                        Serving the Under-served - since 1983
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Rotary - Make A World of Difference 2014-04-17 05:00:00Z 0
Important: Keep your Profile Information Current
We want to stay in touch with all club members email, newsletter distribution and event registration.  In addition, the online district directory is published based on the data we have on you in the ClubRunner database.  It is important that they have correct information.  Your club secretary works hard to enter much of this information, but you also have a role in maintaining current data.  Please make necessary changes in your ClubRunner Profile when you have a new email, a new physical address, or phone number.  Here’s how:
Keep Your ClubRunner Profile Up To Date 2014-01-16 06:00:00Z 0
Coppell Rotary 30th Anniversary Banquet Don Carter 2013-05-09 00:00:00Z 0
We Are Rotary Don Carter 2012-11-18 06:00:00Z 0

Welcome to Flowers and Friends!  This support program, is designed to bring dollars to your organization to help with those extra projects that need funding. 

How You Can Help Coppell Rotary Don Carter 2012-08-31 05:00:00Z 0
Thank You Don Carter 2012-05-23 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by doncarter on Aug 14, 2011

Use the links below to pay your dues via PayPal (including a $5.00 fee - unless you want to pay $20.00 for the Rotary garden flag - then the fee is waived.)

Select the link that matches your invoice (if you are still unsure, contact Karen Hunt.)

 Pay your dues ONLY via PayPal - $295.44 + $5.00 = $300.00 

 Pay your dues and club meeting dinner via PayPal - $175.00 + $5.00 = $180.00 

 Pay your dues, club meeting dinner, and TRF donation via PayPal - $200.00 + $5.00 = $205.00 

Pay your dues plus Garden Flag via PayPal - $150.00 + $20.00 = $170.00   (no fee)

Pay your dues, club meeting dinner, and Garden Flag via PayPal - $175.00 + $20.00 = $195.00 (no fee)

Pay your dues, club meeting dinner, TRF donation, and Garden Flag via PayPal - $200.00 + $20.00 = $220.00 (no fee)

 Note:  to pay past due dues, select the amount you owe multiple times.

Pay Dues doncarter 2011-08-15 00:00:00Z 0
Coppell Rotary Club Supports the WT Cozby Library John Hill 2010-11-19 00:00:00Z 0
Join Interact Janell Straach 2010-11-04 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Don Carter on Nov 03, 2010
Old. Male. Inflexible. Elitist. Exclusive. Secretive.

These are a few of the responses that non-Rotarians consistently gave in recent Rotary International focus groups when asked what they think of when they hear the words Rotary International or Rotary club. The participants were professional women ages 30 and above and men ages 30-45, prescreened by independent market research firms to include individuals who would satisfy the requirements for Rotary club membership.

The purpose of this research was to learn about attitudes regarding volunteerism and networking among men and women of this age demographic as well as to gain insight into their awareness and perception of Rotary. The results show that while general impressions of Rotary are positive, there is an overwhelming lack of understanding about what Rotary is and what Rotarians do. Most individuals did not view themselves as potential Rotarians even though they maintained the professional requirements for membership.  

Commitment to and interest in giving back to their communities through volunteerism was a common theme among participants. But what do you say to someone who says, “You don’t need to join Rotary to help your community”? Discuss this statement with your club, and come up with a strategy to showcase Rotary club membership as a flexible, unique, and valuable way for younger professionals to get involved in their communities.

Actively addressing the perception of an old, male, inflexible, elite, exclusive, and secretive club — whether any of these words describe your club or not — is an important part of educating the public about Rotary. Think about what this means for your club, and consider the following:

1.  Open participation in a particular service project to the public. Post information about the project on local bulletin boards or online forums, and invite community members to come out and help. The exposure and word of mouth about what Rotarians do will boost Rotary’s public presence, and you might even interest someone in club membership.
2.  Be proactive about making your club and its members more visible throughout your community. Join your local chamber of commerce. Exhibit at community fairs or open houses. Display your promotional materials in new businesses.
3.  Make a commitment as a club to increasing your flexibility. Think again about your response to the statement, “You don’t need to join Rotary to help your community.” How can your club demonstrate that you offer a modern, innovative approach to service? 
4.  Be creative with your community service projects. Try at least one new project every year, and make sure it is meeting an important local need. 

Find the full Non-Rotarian Focus Groups Comprehensive Report 2008-09 and 2009-10 on the RI website.

Focus groups shed light on issues affecting membership recruitment Don Carter 2010-11-04 00:00:00Z 0
RI's new OneRotary database integration Don Carter 2010-11-04 00:00:00Z 0
Foundation Recognition Points Fact Sheet Don Carter 2010-10-19 00:00:00Z 0
PayPal Now Accepted for Flag Lease Program Don Carter 2007-08-30 00:00:00Z 0
Thank You Don Carter 0
Coppell Benefits From Rotary Don Carter 0

Here is your opportunity to give back to our community through the combined power of Rotary.  Watch a 3 1/2 minute video.

Why Join Rotary. Don Carter 0
The Coppell Rotary Club's latest service project was constructing a raised garden for the residents of Elmcroft of Vista Ridge assisted living facility.  Go inside this story and see the photos of our members enjoying a day of service.
Elmcroft Service Project Garden Don Carter 0
A Short Video of Who We Are Don Carter 0

Watch a short video of the Coppell Rotary Club building a raised garden bed at the Fisher House on April 6, 2013.  The Fisher House is located at the Dallas VA hospital and serves the families of veterans who are hospitalized at the VA Hospital.  Thanks to all who participated, especially Governor Sandy.


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Serving the Underserved

We meet the 1st & 3rd Thursdays @ 6 PM, Service Projects & Socials TBD 
Victor's Wood Grill (formerly Daddy Jack's Rest)
150 S. Denton Tap
Coppell, TX  75019

A 100% Paul Harris Fellow Club of District 5810

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Posted by Janell Straach


Coppell Community Calendar Available

Featuring the winning photos from the community photo contest

Only $10

The calendar is a fund raising projects for the following organizations and is available directly from the organization: 

  • Boy Scout Troop 807
  • CHS Interact Club
  • Coppell Rotary Club
  • Coppell YMCA Annual Campaign
  • Coppell Youth Soccer Association
  • Theatre Coppell

(click "More" to see information on all Organizations)

Order Your 2014 Community Calendar Janell Straach 0
The 2012 - 2013 Rotary International Theme Don Carter 0
Coppell Rotary Club - 2012 Night at the Car Museum - April 21st Don Carter 0
Posted by Don Carter
This is the song written by Jerry Mills which was inspired by RI President Ray Klinginsmith and the work of Rotarians worldwide.
Come Join Us - Video Don Carter 0
Posted by Don Carter
Help us support our troops by contributing $10.00 to the USO by texting "USO" to 27722.

Veterans Day is observed every November 11thVeterans Day isn’t a holiday just for some Americans; instead it is a national holiday for us all to honor veterans.
Help us support our troops Don Carter 0
Posted by Don Carter
Representative network

Rotary International appoints representatives each year to UN bodies and nongovernmental organizations worldwide.
Who We Work With Don Carter 0
Posted by Don Carter
What would it take to change the world? Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training and promote peace under the motto Service Above Self.
What is Rotary? Don Carter 0
Posted by Don Carter
 You are visitor number 
 visit tracker on tumblr to our web site since Oct 15, 2010.

Mobile apps
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Posted by Don Carter
The YouTube website now has dozens of Rotary-related videos available for viewing, including an audio speech by Paul Harris, the founder of Rotary. To check them out, click HERE.
Paul Harris and Rotary Videos Don Carter 0
Posted by Don Carter

After 20 years of hard work, Rotary and its partners are on the brink of eradicating this tenacious disease, but a strong push is needed now to root it out once and for all. It is a window of opportunity of historic proportions.

Help Rotary End Polio Don Carter 0