Welcome to Rotary District 7710

Welcome to the website of Rotary District 7710, consisting of 46 clubs in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding communities in North Carolina. We are part of Rotary International, one of the world’s largest service organizations, where more than 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to Service Above Self. You'll find our members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, and eradicate polio. Explore our site and see what we’re doing to make a difference. Or become a Rotarian yourself by joining today.

District News

Playground gets a Facelift

Durham Club Gives Cherry Grove Playground a Facelift   Look for a fresh new look over the summer holidays at the Cherry Grove Park Playground at The Shepherd’s House United Methodist Church, 107 N. Driver St., in East Durham. Nearly 20 volunteers from The Durham Rotary Club and The East Durham Children’s Initiative (EDCI) painted […]

Housing for Nicaraguans

The community of Las Penitas was first in Nicaragua to invite the Fuller Center for Housing and its partners to replace substandard housing that is so common in that proud, but poor country. Among the 15 who traveled to Las Penitas the first week of May were Cary Page Rotarians George Harry, Melissa McLamb, and […]

Holly Springs’ Little Library

Holly Springs Rotary Announces Free Little Library Project The Free Little Library project is a community service project, based on the philosophy of “take a book, return a book”. The Holly Springs Rotary Club has reached out to several organizations and individuals to help get this project from an idea to actual physical structures. They are working […]

Interact donates to Alzheimer’s

Cleveland Interact donates to Alzheimer’s Project The Cleveland High School Interact Club presented a $500 donation to the Johnston County Alzheimer’s Music and Memory Project, a collaborative effort between several Johnston County Rotary Clubs. The goal of the Johnston County Alzheimer’s Music and Memory Project is to make music and memory therapy available to all […]

$10,000 to Reduce Hunger

Rotary Club of Oxford Invests More Than $10,000 to Reduce Hunger   Reducing hunger is one of the primary areas of service for the Rotary Club of Oxford. During 2014-15, the club organized two major projects directed towards reducing hunger, both globally and locally in Granville County. The Oxford club received two Rotary District Grants […]

“Books on Break”

Durham Rotary Club Organized Successful Pop-up Bookstore -“Books on Break”   More than 450 YE Smith Elementary School students filled string backpacks with 4,500 books to take home and keep at the second annual Books on Break event in the school’s media center. Books on Break is a nonprofit signature program of Durham-based Book Harvest. […]

Rotary in Nepal

Margherita (Margo) Scott, a member of the Clayton Rotary Club, has been in Nepal providing humanitarian medical relief since May 2. Rotary District 7710 and the Clayton Rotary Club provided Margo before she left with significant financial support and supplies so she could assist the Nepal people that have been devastated by the two massive […]

Team to visit Brazil

Early Childhood Education Vocational Training A Vocational Training Team (VTT) to address Early Childhood Education (ECE) for children birth to five years is in the formative stages. Team members will travel to Brazil in February 2016 and spend time with their peers in Brazil, sharing ideas and best practices. All expenses for the team are […]

VTT to São Paulo

Early Childhood Education in Brazil Vocational Training Team São Paulo, Brazil February 25 – March 10, 2016 In 2015-16, a Vocational Training Team from District 7710 will travel to Brazil. The focus for this team will be to learn about Early Childhood Education (for children from birth to age 5) policy and practices in Brazil. […]

Building Peacemakers

Supporting the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center Light your Rotary Peace candle on September 21, 2015. Join the movement and together let us celebrate the International Day of Peace 2015! Plan this unique fundraiser to: Support the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center Raise funds for your club’s local and international service projects Engage your community and celebrate […]

Magical Night

Magician Nick Comis entertained a record number of 285 District Conference Rotarians and Guests during the Governor’s Banquet on Saturday night in New Bern.

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