Where would like to serve?

The North Suffolk Rotary Club is dedicated to providing assistance to those who are in need in the North Suffolk community. We’d love to stand beside you as we take on some of the challenges that we take for granted every day.

Fill out this quick form here, and our Outreach Director will get you plugged in.

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Our Community

We work as a club to improve opportunities in the North Suffolk Virginia community to empower growth, improve culture and breed legacy-building relationships that will advance the next generation.

Get involved. You’ll find some of the kindest, most generous people to work side-by-side with as together we strive to be the inspiration for our neighbors.

Suffolk Living Magazine features North Suffolk Rotarian Josh West shoveling oysters at our Annual Oyster Roast held in the late fall to benefit our local charities.

Suffolk Living Magazine features North Suffolk Rotarian Josh West shoveling oysters at our Annual Oyster Roast held in the late fall to benefit our local charities.


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INvitation only

And… this is your official invitation.

Cedar Point Country Club is host to the Annual North Suffolk Rotary Golf Classic. This private club is open to the public but only a few times a year and our golf classic is one of those times.

Register a foursome. Become a corporate sponsor. Donate to a good local charity. All proceeds from this tournament go directly to our local charities and stays right in our community.

Click on the button below to register and for more information.


Our Impact

The North Suffolk Rotary Club is dedicated to make a big impact on our community.  From Rotaract Clubs to partnerships with local high schools to build-outs with Roc Solid Foundation, the North Suffolk Rotary Club strives to be hand-in-hand with our community, making it a better place to live, work and play.

North Suffolk Rotarians participate in one of many  Roc Solid Foundation  local playground builds.

North Suffolk Rotarians participate in one of many Roc Solid Foundation local playground builds.

Our Programs

The North Suffolk Rotary  Clubs work with the many local programs. We’d love to share yours.

 
North Suffolk Rotarian Chet Hart with  Western Tidewater Free Clinic , one of many local charities that receive direct funding from our Public Event fund raisers.

North Suffolk Rotarian Chet Hart with Western Tidewater Free Clinic, one of many local charities that receive direct funding from our Public Event fund raisers.

Poverty

The North Suffolk Rotary Club works with organizations like Rise Against Hunger through the Stop Hunger Now event and CAP Suffolk (Coalition Against Poverty) to eliminate poverty in our community and abroad.

Education

The North Suffolk Rotary Club puts a strong emphasis on education by focussing on programs like RYLA, a weekend leadership experience for high school juniors and seniors that applied and were awarded scholarships by our club. The Club also works with local high schools promoting Young Life and other school clubs.

Homelessness

It’s right in our backyard. Homelessness is real, and the North Suffolk Rotary Club has partnered with organizations like Mercy Drops Dream Center and Soap Chips by funding programs to help eliminate homelessness.

Health care

The North Suffolk Rotary Club raises money and gives generously to local organizations like Western Tidewater Free Clinic, Roc Solid Foundation and many others to help with specific need of health care and the needs of our community to maintain a healthy landscape.

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I’ve lived in Suffolk longer than I’ve lived any one place in my life. The North Suffolk Rotary Club was the catalyst that helped me develop lifelong friendships and deep community roots.

Tony Coppa, Cedar Point Country Club, Membership Director
Joined 2006 / Past President 2010-11

 


Beautiful winter Friday morning sunrise over the Nansemond River, the setting of our weekly club meeting.

Beautiful winter Friday morning sunrise over the Nansemond River, the setting of our weekly club meeting.

Get Involved

The easiest way to get involved is to join us for our weekly Friday morning breakfast meeting. You’ll be awestruck at our view of the beautiful Nansemond River, but you’ll be more impressed by the quality of community leaders and go-getters you’ll be surround by. As a first-time guest, your breakfast is on us! Join us. Get started by clicking the button below.

 

Speak at our weekly meeting

We want to hear from other community impactors like you. Would you be interested in speaking at our Club on a Friday morning soon? Click below to get started.

Volunteer opportunities

If you would like to volunteer at any number of our community impact events, we’d love to get to know you as we work side-by-side. Click below to get started.

Make a Donation

Every dollar we raise through the Club directly impacts our community. Perhaps there is an organization we work with that could use help. Donate here.