The Rotary Club of Dunedin is one of the oldest and most active service clubs in the area. Chartered January 20, 1947 the club benefits for the community through support for the Dunedin High School scholarship and the Dunedin High School Interact Club.
The club hosts the bloodmobile several times each year at the Church of the Good Shepherd.
The Rotary Club of Dunedin has provided the following grants in the past two years.
Church of the Good Shepherd - $1,600 for Pack-a-Sack Program
Dunedin Cares, Inc. - $1,000 to support Food Pantry
Dunedin History Museum - $1,500 for disadvantaged persons to participate in Dunedin’s Polar Express
Eckerd Connects Raising Hope - $1,000 to purchase baby supplies for children entering the foster care system
Inner Wheel USA Foundation - $1,000 to provide myoelectric limbs for limb deficient children
Literacy Council of Upper Pinellas - $960 to provide healthy snacks to children attending ESL (English as a Second Language) classes at Dunedin Elementary School and Dunedin Public Library
Random Acts of Flowers - $1,200 to help launch “Hope Blossoms”
Sailability Greater Tampa Bay - $ 500 to help with repairs to a wheelchair accessible boat and a Safety Boat
Chi Chi Rodriquez Youth Foundation: equipment for First Tee program being established at Dunedin Stirling Links
Dunedin Cares: roof repairs, electrical and water hookups and a deck with ramps for the entrance of a donated modular building
Dunedin Fine Art Center: children’s scholarships in the form of tuition waivers
Dunedin History Museum: Summer Camp Program
Dunedin Youth Sailing Association: scholarships
Eckerd Connects Raising Hope: 143 duffle bags for at-risk children who have been removed from their homes and are now in the foster care system
Inner Wheel U.S.A. Foundation, Inc.: myoelectric limbs for limb deficient children whose families are without insurance or other means of funds
Literacy Council of Upper Pinellas: 100 bilingual paperback books Random Acts of Flowers: RAF’s “Holiday Poinsettia Program”
Sailability Greater Tampa Bay: pontoon and dinghy equipment for boats retrofitted for persons with disabilities