Our club holds a series of fundraising events for you to become involved with as a member.
Sunshine Camp 100 Year Anniversary
This year the Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp is celebrating our 100th anniversary of serving those with disabilities in our community. Throughout the year we will be celebrating this milestone through numerous programs, our major fundraising events, and an anniversary celebration this fall at the Camp.
We would not be able to support city youth and those with disabilities if it wasn’t for the incredible generosity of our donors.
If you are interested in sponsoring any of this year’s fundraising events please contact Heather Rossi, Development Director, at 585-546-7435 x203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Grab your jeans and sweaters and join us for a casual and fun night of celebration Friday, November 4th at the Sunshine Camp! You will experience an evening strolling through camp with live music, food and drinks from popular community partners, camp experiences, dinner, campfires, and more!
This Valentine’s Day, give your loved ones some Sunshine! Our complete Valentine’s Day packages offer a variety of flowers, chocolates, wine, and more. Your sweetheart will feel the love and will know they made a difference – every package listed below includes a story from a Sunshine Camper, highlighting the real impact you’ve made with your purchase.
Thank you to everyone who participated this year! We will see you in 2023!
Sunshine Camp Golf Invitational
Rochester Rotary holds an annual golf tournament to benefit Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus, a fully accessible summer camp in Rush, N.Y. for children and adults with disabilities. The tourney is held every August.
Shirley Isaac Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament
Shirley Isaac passionately worked with the Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus. This tournament directly benefits the children attending campus and the fully accessible playground that was built in her honor.
Sunshine Camp 5K / 10K Trail Mix
Thank you to our 2021 Trail Mix Sponsors. We had a great turnout for our 3rd Annual Trail Mix 5K & 10K Sunday, October 10th. we had around 200 participants that walked or ran to support over 2,500 children and adults with disabilities who attend the fully accessible Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp every summer free of charge. Keep your eye out for next year’s race.
We will be holding our annual 5K & 10K races on Sunday, October 9th. Sign up here for the 5K & 10K
New to 2022- We will be holding a one-mile stroll and roll on Saturday, October 8th. Sign up here for the Stroll + Roll
Eastern Cities Fellowship Dinner
Rotarians from across the eastern U.S. convene in Rochester at the annual Eastern Cities Fellowship Dinner. The highlight of the dinner is a keynote speaker from Rotary International leadership. This year marked the 94th year of this fellowship dinner, which is attended by more than 400 Rotarians.
RPO Holiday Gala Pops
Rochester Rotary gets an exclusive … the opening night of the annual RPO Holiday Pops concert. This annual event is one of our biggest fundraising events for Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus and Roberto Clemente School #8. Each and every year, it brings holiday smiles to the faces of more than 2,000 people who attend.
It is the one event every Rochester Rotarian is expected to participate in, through a sponsorship, purchasing tickets, or a donation.
Join us this year on Thursday, December 15th.
Construction for Sunshine Kids Reception
The Rochester Building and Construction Trades Council and Builders Exchange of Rochester join forces on the Construction for Sunshine Kids reception, which raises funds for Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp. The organizations and their members have sponsored this event for nine years. We will be holding the 2022 Construction for kids event on Wednesday, May 11th at the Sunshine Camp. If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact Kellianne at Kellianne@rochesterrotary.org
Rochester Rotary Award
The Rochester Rotary Award is the oldest and most prestigious civic award in Rochester. This year marks the 84th year that Rochester Rotary bestowed the award.
The award recognizes a community member who has made significant contributions to others and to our region and who personifies Rotary International’s “Service Above Self” motto. An honoree must demonstrate exceptional community spirit, touch the lives of many citizens, and serve as a positive role model.
This year we will be honoring Howard Konar on Wednesday, September 28th at the George Eastman Museum.