Beginning of the Journey

Rotary Club of Bombay West began its journey on 22nd April, 1954.. the first baby club of Rotary Club of Bombay which was then celebrating its silver jubilee. Since then, Rotary Club of Bombay West has been rendering selfless, dedicated and committed service to the cause of humanity through its extremely successful projects in various avenues of service including medical assistance, vocational enhancement, caring for differently abled, literacy, rural development , environment and women empowerment.

Affiliated to Rotary International’s District 3141, the Club has established Rotary Service Public Charitable Trust, a charitable organization with its own corpus to fund the Club’s community service projects. The Club is considered as one of the prestigious Clubs of Dist.3141, having won several accolades from the District as well as Rotary International for touching numerous lives through its pioneering community projects over the years.

The Club, it true tradition of the Rotary Spirit, fathered seven Rotary Clubs in suburbs of Mumbai, thus contributing in spreading the rotary movement in the metropolis.

We Touch Lives at Rotary Club of Bombay West

Rotary Club of Bombay West, a Premier Rotary Club of India, through its several humanitarian projects, have touched innumerous lives since its inception over 60 years ago. Some of our community service projects include a medical centre for the underprivileged, school and audiometry testing / cochlear implant for the hearing impaired, ultra-modern blood bank, micro-credit for women self-help groups, education loan scholarships, support in availing education loans from banks in India, school literacy support and excellence awards, e-learning centres at urban and rural schools, skill enhancement programme for underprivileged school students and happy school projects in rural / tribal locations in peri-urban areas of Mumbai.

For more information on our Community Service Projects, click here.

Rotary Service Centre

The Club boasts of its own two-storied building housing two community / party halls which are let out at very reasonable costs, full-fledged medical centre including general OPD, dentistry, physiotherapy, skin and homeopathy apart from various diagnostic facilities and a well-staffed admin office to look after the day to day operations.

For more information on the fully air-conditioned well-appointed Community/Party Halls viz. Sheila Raheja Hall and Kalavati Chhabria Hall at Rotary Service Centre, please click here.

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