Rotary Action Groups help clubs develop sustainable, effective service projects that strengthen communities. They can advise your club on planning and implementing projects and help you find partners, funding, and resources. This December, learn more about the 13 Rotary Action Groups that focus on disease prevention and treatment, and contact them for assistance with your new or ongoing projects.

Addiction Prevention advises clubs and districts about how to tackle substance abuse and addiction in a long-term, structural way.

Alzheimer's/Dementia supports Rotary members with family who have Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia and assists with projects that provide care for people with dementia.
Blindness Prevention promotes eye health and better vision worldwide.
Blood Donation supports blood drives and community blood centers.
Diabetes works toward awareness, prevention, treatment, and management of that disease.
Family Health/AIDS Prevention works across Africa and Southeast Asia to provide quality health resources to people in need.
Health Education and Wellness promotes wellness through healthy lifestyle choices and disease prevention.
Hearing helps clubs and districts with projects to help people with hearing loss.
Hepatitis Eradication helps clubs and districts with hepatitis screening and testing campaigns.
Malaria works to end that disease by lowering transmission rates and scaling up prevention and treatment interventions.
Mental Health offers practical activities and toolkits that any club can use as part of a project or advocacy campaign.
Multiple Sclerosis promotes awareness and encourages clubs to work together on projects to support people who have multiple sclerosis and their families.
Polio Survivors supports projects that offer quality health care and assistive devices for people with disabilities and projects that strengthen rehabilitation services.

Rotary Action Groups are independent, Rotary-affiliated groups made up of people from around the world who are experts in a particular field, such as economic development, peace, addiction prevention, the environment, or water.

Action groups offer their technical expertise and support to help clubs plan and implement projects to increase our impact, one of Rotary's strategic priorities. This support includes helping clubs find partners, funding, and other resources. Action groups can also help clubs and districts prepare grant applications, conduct community assessments, and develop plans to monitor and evaluate their projects. Read more about these activities in the Rotary Action Groups annual report.

Anyone who wants to share their expertise to make a positive difference can join an action group. 

Find out more, here: Rotary Action Groups | My Rotary