Welcome to Our Club


The Rotary Club of Wilmette offers help and support to all communities locally and internationally wherever and whenever there is need in the human family.


The Rotary Club of Wilmette was chartered in 1924 with 21 members. Today there are over 59 active members who gather to do good for others while enjoying good fellowship.

Our Club members enthusiastically live the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self” both locally and internationally. Recent projects include water well installation at schools in Angola, the collection and delivery of over 20,000 books annually to inner city schools in Chicago, supplying ultrasound equipment and related training to people in Uganda, resettlement assistance to legal refugees in the Chicago area, providing disaster relief supplies to hurricane, typhoon, and other natural disaster survivors, food packing for people in Guatemala and Central America, and supporting local food pantries and literacy efforts.

NOTICE: We are currently meeting both in-person and by Zoom. Member and guests may attend either way.  Those wanting to join via Zoom can contact debora@pftl.net for link.

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM at the Wilmette Golf Club, 3900 Fairway Drive, Wilmette, IL 60091.

We’d love to have you join us!
Benefit Concert for Our Place- Sept. 22
On September 22, we will hold a benefit concert to support Our Place.  It will be held at the Wallace Bowl in Gillson Park, Wilmette from 5PM to 8PM.  Three bands have generously donated a performance for our event: The Suzanne Cross Combo,  a Jazz Combo from the Midwest Young Artists Conservatory and the New Trier High School Jazz Combo. 
We will also have a raffle with travel packages to include a week's stay in a private home in Scottsdale, AZ and a 4-night stay in a luxury condo in San Francisco.  Both prizes include $500 spending money.
Tickets are $25 per person.  Raffle tickets are $50 or 3 for $100.  Both event tickets and raffle tickets can be purchased online by clicking the link below.
All proceeds will go to support Our Place, a center for teens and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities to learn, socialize and be a part of our community.