Rotary Bonaire

About Rotary Bonaire

The Bonaire Rotary Club serves the island of Bonaire in the Netherlands Antilles (also known as the Dutch Caribbean), following the tradition of community service establish by Rotary International.

Bonaire's Rotary Club was established in 1982, and has since provided a wide range of support for local non-profit and social organizations. For example, it has funded and built the creation of a greenhouse and rain storage system at the Pasa Dia project in Rincon, it helped the local high school get a shipment of donated school supplies from Holland, and the Rotary funded the day care of elderly at Ka'i Mimina, as well as many other worthy projects, including its well known, Breakfast-in-Schools project. To make a donation to this worthy cause, click here for bank wire information.

Members of the Bonaire Rotary Club come from all aspects of the Bonairean business community, with membership presently numbering 30. The Club has inducted thirteen Paul Harris Fellows.

In April, 2012, Rotary Club Bonaire celebrated its 30th Anniversary of supporting the island. The Club held many different activities and events; view a sampling by clicking here.

Visit our Press Release page for more information about our activities.

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