We meet at 18:30 each Wednesday at the Stephen's Green Hibernian Club
9 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2.
**NB: Please note that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic there will be no physical meetings until further notice. We will be meeting via Zoom**
Rotarians are of course always welcome at any meeting. We're looking for new members too, but prospective members are asked to contact us in advance to let us know you would like to attend.
Who We Are
Is a group of ordinary men & women that help their local and international communities
33,0000 Clubs worldwide & 72 clubs in Ireland
All ages, all occupations, all creeds, all colours, all genders welcome
There are 1.2 million members around the world.
What About You?
We are always delighted to:
Meet new Rotarians (and their family and other guests)
To make new friends.
So if you are in Dublin city centre on a Wednesday evening @6.30pm and would like to visit or club we would be delighted to welcome you to share a glass of wine with us! click here for a map
Founded in 2001 by 25 young professionals
Currently there are 40 men and women on our membership list, working in all sorts of professions
We meet weekly on Wednesday evenings in Dublin City, at the Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, 9 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2
Please visit the Facebook page of our young friends of the Rotaract Club of Dublin
What We Do
Help those in need of assistance in local, national and international communities
Meet as friends, to network, have fun and give back
Get Involved with a number of projects in the Dublin Area
Organise projects to assist Irish charities as well as
participating in projects with Rotary Clubs across Ireland and the UK to achieve larger service projects, these are usually international projects all over the world
At our Golf Classic on 25th July 2019 in Malahide Golf Club, we raised funds for our Light of Maasai Project and The Laura Brennan Charitable Trust. Pictured are Rtn. Eamon Porter from our club (L) and Pat Brennan of the Laura Brennan Charitable Trust.
Some of our Projects
- ‘ICAN’ (The Irish Children's Arthritis Network)
At the local level, we are supporting the Irish Children's Arthritis Network (ICAN), who are working to build a new dedicated JIA Unit at Crumlin Children's Hospital in the hopes of reducing waiting times and improving treatment.
- ‘The Daisy Project – The Cancer Fund for Children’
The Cancer Fund for Children runs Daisy Lodge, a purpose built, therapeutic short break centre for families in Ireland nursing a child with cancer. There is currently no playground for the children to enjoy. As the charity does not receive Government funding, Rotary Ireland was delighted to support ‘The Daisy Project’ by pledging to raise the money to help install the play equipment and safety
surface for the vital therapeutic play area at Daisy Lodge.
- ‘Project 538’ – A Joint Water Project with Gorta
Our international project is a Joint water project with Gorta in Kenya. The Keringet area is poor and underdeveloped; most of its population is involved in subsistence farming, has a low income and are food insecure. However, the area has great potential and clean water is a huge challenge.