Win a 7-NIGHT RESORT VILLA VACATION at any   timeshare/resort worldwide affiliated with Interval   International, PLUS a check for $1000 towards airfare and travel expenses.
 2nd Place Winner - $250
 3rd Place Winner - $100
Drawing will be held on October 8, 2021 at the club's regularly scheduled Rotary meeting
Winner need not be present. Winner will be contacted by phone or email
Click Here to Purchase - $20.00 per ticket

The Rotary Club of
Schaumburg- Hoffman Estates
The Friendly Club
Every Friday we Meet in Person:
Open Networking at 12 noon and we begin the meeting at 12:15 PM and end promptly at 1:30pm
Questions? Email
Video Feed Live on You Tube @12:15pm:
The above link is also where you can view previous club meetings.
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August , 2021 – West Suburban Philanthropic Network named the ROTARY CLUB OF SCHAUMBURG-HOFFMAN ESTATES the Community Organization of the Year for its tireless quest to promote economic development, minimize poverty, and elevate the lives of all citizens in the communities it serves. 
As in previous years, the winner will receive a 7-night resort villa vacation to any timeshare / resort worldwide affiliated with Interval International.  PLUS, a check for $1,000 towards airfare and travel expenses.  The 2nd place winner will receive $250.  3rd place will receive $100.  The winner will have up to two years to take their vacation. 
The drawing will take place on October 8, 2021, at the Club’s regularly scheduled Rotary meeting.  Winner need not be present, and the winner will be notified by phone or email.
Paper tickets are available now from any Rotarian, but you can go online and purchase tickets NOW.   Each ticket cost $20. 
When tickets are sold, we accept cash, check and credit cards.  Money collected can be turned into Holly Fath or Gayle Vandenbergh at any club meeting.  If you prefer to mail in a check, payment can be sent to The Rotary Club of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates Vacation Drawing, PO BOX 958121, Hoffman Estates, IL 60195-8121.  If a credit card is preferred, you can go to:
The Rotary Club of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates Charitable Foundation, Inc. is a registered nonprofit organization that supports non-sectarian services in our local communities, and is comprised of 60+ members who are passionate about and dedicated to:
  • improving the lives of people in need,
  • breaking the cycle of domestic violence,
  • empowering and healing abused children and preventing violence against children,
  • providing outstanding recreation for children and adults with disabilities,
  • helping older adults stay in their homes longer,
  • awarding $100,000+ in annual scholarships to students from area high schools and adults returning to school for vocational training and retooling,
  • building the foundation for a lifetime of learning for children born in high-risk environments,
  • educating, inspiring, and believing in children and adults with Down Syndrome,
  • feeding the hungry in our local communities,
  • providing nutritious meals and fellowship to seniors,
  • and cultivating BIG dreams on a smaller scale with Micro Loans.
YOU can positively impact the lives of many in need by purchasing a raffle ticket or two or more. We are grateful for your support.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Holly Fath: 847-331-2174 or or Gayle Vandenbergh: 847-525-7489 or
On Friday, May 14, Scholarships were awarded to nine seniors for academic and vocational study next year. Several club members commented that this is their favorite meeting of the year.  It is when the Rotarians of the Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates Rotary Club get to see the fruits of their fund-raising labors.  These young people will carry the commitment to service that is so important to Rotarians into the future.
The Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates celebrates SUPERHERO ICU NURSES at AMITA Health St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates. When club member and Assistant Community Service Director Eileen Higginbotham received a call from friend and neighbor Angelina Peterson, ICU Nurse and social committee member at St. Alexius Hospital, seeking ideas and advice for creating a fun-packed nurses’ week, Eileen and fellow members of the Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates rolled up their sleeves and got to work. Spearheading support from members of the Rotary club, as well as local businesses and organizations eager to contribute, she helped plan and organize a plethora of celebratory activities for the dedicated ICU nursing staff.
ON MARCH 13, 2021
HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL (March 17, 2021) – The ROTARY CLUB OF SCHAUMBURG-HOFFMAN ESTATES HONORED COMMUNITY HEROES while raising desperately needed funds (over $150K) for the most vulnerable in its communities. Their VIRTUAL GALA fundraiser on March 13th.was attended by 400+ guests who bought tickets to win $10,000 or four other money prizes, bid on a plethora of auction items, danced at home to the lively sounds of Yazz Jazz, and learned about the powerful impact these Rotarians have brought forth during this pandemic year. The engaging virtual event was hosted by Natalie Martinez, NBC News Anchor.
Event Co-Chairs Julie Clark and George Panopoulos led a team a dedicated club members who planned and executed a very professional presentation. The live drawing of the cash prize winners culminated the fast-moving hour-long virtual event.
During the past year, this very active service club banded together and provided much needed aide to help those suffering most from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic by providing hard-to-get personal protection equipment to frontline workers, feeding many hundreds of students, seniors, veterans, and frontline workers, assisting the hardest hit with economic aide, and awarding over $100,000 in scholarships.
Proud of its 50+ year philanthropic history, this Rotary Club has raised over $5 million for the Schaumburg and Hoffman Estates communities (including $250,000 for the Women’s & Children’s wing of the St. Alexius Hospital and $100,000 for the Children’s Home + Aid Society’s Schaumburg location), and contributed countless hours to local hands-on projects. 
Jerri Davis
Sep 24, 2021
Cancer Coloring Book
Forest Resner
Oct 01, 2021
Stove Project
Brett Weiss
Oct 08, 2021
Weiss Foundation Scholarship
Betsy Skibinski
Oct 15, 2021
Where Are My Glasses, a personnel journey about Alzheimer's
Trish O'Brian
Oct 29, 2021
Hoffman Estates Chamber
Shop with a Cop
Nov 05, 2021
Jeffrey Andersen
Nov 12, 2021
Colonel McCormick Legacy
Roger Smith
Nov 19, 2021
Toys for Tots
NO Meeting
Dec 03, 2021
Holiday Party at Night
Joe Gurrini
Dec 10, 2021
Jayne Drew
Dec 17, 2021
Little City Foundation
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