Service Projects
Our club engages in service projects locally and internationally to support families, build community, and promote wellness. We also support other Rotary Clubs and community organizations by providing grants that align with our club's mission and goals. More information on grants, including an application for download, is available on our Grants page.
Our current international service project is called Dignity Restored. This humanitarian project is designed to comprehensively transform the lives of young women living in a small village in Uganda who are trapped in a vicious cycle of poverty and prostitution. Learn more about Dignity Restored here.
We serve our St. Louis Park community through these efforts, among others:
  • Planting trees in Westwood Hills Nature Center and along Minnetonka Blvd.
  • Bell-ringing at Lunds & Byerly's during the holiday season to raise money for the Salvation Army and provide meals for the hungry and shelter for the homeless
  • The adoption of Texa-Tonka Park, working to clean up garbage, pull weeds, and keep the garden beds tidy each month
  • Sandwich making for the Dignity Center, to help in their efforts to support people who live in poverty on their path to stability
  • Taste of SLP Passport, a book of BOGO offers to support local establishments with all proceeds going to support a local cause
We are proud to support these local organizations:
  • Children First, a St. Louis Park initiative focused on building the 40 developmental assets in our youth that outline the relationships, experiences and expectations young people need to thrive.
  • Friends of the Arts, our community's arts council, building community in St. Louis Park through the arts and creativity.