Rotary is a worldwide network of inspired individuals who translate their passions into improving lives in communities. The Mundelein-Vernon Hills Rotary Club is one of 34,000 Rotary clubs around the world and consists of action-oriented business, professional, and community leaders who support important social causes in Lake County and around the world.
 
Membership Benefits:
 
  • Networking with Mundelein and Vernon Hills leaders.
  • Monday luncheon programs with informative presentations from community, civic and business organizations.
  • Hands-on local service projects.
  • Opportunities to participate in international service programs.
 
What's Expected of Members?
 
Get Involved 
Volunteer for a service project, sign up for a committee or attend a social event!
 
Attend Meetings
We ask that you come to at least half of our weekly meetings or volunteer opportunities. 
 
Rotary Dues
Members are assessed $274 quarterly, most of which pays for your weekly lunch @ Dover Straits . 
 
Contribute to the Rotary Foundation
A minimum annual donation of $100 to the Rotary Foundation is asked of all members. Contributions directly support Rotarian-led service projects that provide clean water, promote peace, and help eradicate polio. 
 
Environmental Protection
  • Roadside debris collection
Education
  • $20,000 in annual scholarships to college-bound students from Mundelein and Vernon Hill High Schools.
  • Installation of four 'Free Little Libraries' with our community partners.
  • Providing dictionaries to each third grade student in our service area. 
  • Sponsorship of Interact Clubs at Mundelein High School.
  • Laremont School Project - This annual project provides needed supplies and equipment to the special needs students at the Laremont facility.
Health
  • Continuing partnership in Rotary's Polio Plus Campaign, a campaign to eradicate polio worldwide.
 
The Club donates funds for worldwide causes such as: Hurricane relief efforts, construction of water wells in developing areas, flood disasters, and emergency shelters