Service Above Self

Issued its charter by Rotary International in 1964, the Rotary Club of Cape Coral, Florida is a not-for-profit organization of approximately 75 men and women who meet for breakfast at 8:00 a.m. every Wednesday at the La Venezia Ballroom in Cape Coral, to enjoy fellowship and a meal, to hear an informative program and to discuss and plan service projects. During its forty-plus year history, the Rotary Club of Cape Coral has counted among its members many of the Lee County area's most influential business and professional leaders.

Cape Coral, Florida - Home of the Cape Coral Rotary ClubRotary FloatCape Coral Festival of the ArtRotary Park ProjectCape Coral Cardboard Boat RegattaCity Park, named after our founding Member Paul SanbornUrban Forestry ProjectPlayground Project - Andros Island, BahamsTeam at the Cape Coral Rowing Challenge


 Rotary’s Four Way Test
  • Is it the Truth? 
  • Is it Fair to All Concerned? 
  • Will it Build Goodwill
    and Better Friendships? 
  • Will it be Beneficial
    to All Concerned?
The Rotary Club of is governed by a Board of Directors elected annually to one-year terms by the general membership. Each Rotary Club year begins July 1st and ends June 30th. Any person residing or working in the territorial limits of this Club, or in the contiguous environs, who is engaged in any worthy and recognized business, occupation, or profession as a proprietor, partner, manager or officer with executive and discretionary authority and who has a reputation for honesty, fairness and personal character, may be elected to Active Membership.   

Rotary’s Mission & Purpose Statement

Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional persons. Rotarians have united to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards, build goodwill and promote peace in the world. While Rotarians represent a broad spectrum of the world’s religions, cultures and political thoughts, they share a common bond in Rotary’s call to action, “Service Above Self.”!