Our Projects

The Rotary Club of Springboro is comprised of People of Action. Our Motto, "Service Above Self" fuels the projects we undertake and the impact we make.

Each year our club invests time and resources in several projects benefitting Springboro and area residents including the relief Project, Adopt a Family, Senior Citizen Outreach, Youth Scholarships, Summer Reading Program and Warm Coat Drive. Every year we seek out new ways to help the community in other Rotary areas of focus.

Youth Initiatives

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Dictionary Project

Annually we provide dictionaries for all Springboro and Waynesville third graders. Our club seeks to support learning for all students.

Springboro Schools Hygiene Bins

Our club assembled bins for all Springboro school nurses offices with age-appropriate hygiene materials for Springboro students.

Summer Reading Program

Partnered with Springboro Schools, we provide tote bags of summer reading books for students who need additional reading practice between Kindergarten and First Grade.

Youth Scholarship Program

Each year we provide $1,000 scholarships to multiple graduating Springboro students through a written application process.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards RYLA

Our local District 6670 runs an event every spring which includes high school age young adults who have been nominated by their local Rotary clubs.

Springboro Rotary Interact Club

A club for young people at Springboro High School to carry out hands-on service projects, develop leadership skills, and have fun!

Community Programs

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Concession Stand at Rotary Park

A club for young people at Springboro High School to carry out hands-on service projects, develop leadership skills, and have fun!

Community Sponsorships

Our club is a proud sponsor of local events such as Christmas in Springboro and ArtFest. We've also made contributions toward Clearcreek Fire District training days with lunch for the team.

Adopt a Family with SCAC

Each year we adopt a few families at Christmas time through the Springboro Community Assistance Center.

Senior Citizen Outreach

This year we adopted twenty Senior Citizens at Hillspring of Springboro Healthcare Center during the Holiday Season.

Rotary Days of Service

On Rotary Days of Service our club participates hands-on! Last fall we built 100 beds with Sleep in Heavenly Peace for children in need. We also routinely use these days for home improvement projects locally.

Emergency Relief

Our club lends a hand after Emergency's in the region. This December after Tornados tore through Kentucky, our club sent needed goods and dollars to support relief to neighboring Rotary clubs near the disaster zone.

International Programs

Rotary Youth Exchange Program

Exposure to new cultures and customs is a powerful way to promote global understanding and peace. Our club sponsored a high school student, Angel Sanchez from Spain over the 2014-2015 school season, engaging in a meaningful, inspiring experience for Angel, and the families he stayed with. Springboro Rotary continues to look at ways to support this program going forward.

Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls

is an organization which provides new shoes and socks to orphans and vulnerable children in the United States and throughout the world. Since 1999, Buckner has distributed more than 3 million pairs of new shoes and socks to children in 81 countries. The Springboro Rotary Club works with its District annually to collect shoes and funds in support of the work this organization accomplishes. Learn more about Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls.

The Thirst Project

is a global organization building water projects all over the world, bringing communities clean, safe drinking water. Our club recently became involved through a donation to this organization, inspired by club member, Bob Westerfield, who has been very active as a volunteer and fundraiser for this organization. Find out more about The Thirst Project.


is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world. The Springboro Rotary Club is involved in sponsoring this organization in the past year. Learn more at: KIVA

Ending Polio

Rotary, along with its partners, has reduced polio cases by 99 percent worldwide since its first project to vaccinate children in the Philippines in 1979. Rotary has contributed more than $1.3 billion and countless volunteer hours to immunize more than 2.5 billion children in 122 countries. We are close to eradicating polio, but we aren't there just yet. Springboro Rotarians are looking to increase support within our local club to facilitate this important initiative. You can learn more about it at: End Polio Now.

End Polio Now


Rotary club is a non profit organization and is largely supported through donations. Consider donating to help your support the Springboro community!