Make a Positive Impact with Friendships that Last a Lifetime

Phoenix Rotary 100 is leading the charge with
local philanthropy, fun social events and professional networking

Rotary is an organization of over 33,000 local clubs serving their communities around the world. Rotarians are leaders in their vocation, profession and community.

We meet weekly to discuss improving the lives of people, both locally and globally. We need and encourage diversity of membership in order to be more effective in this task.
The Rotary motto is “Service Above Self”.

The Phoenix Rotary 100 chapter was founded in 1914 as the 100th club to join Rotary. Through the years, Phoenix Rotary 100 has been at the forefront of community service in Phoenix and beyond, with a past and present membership list reading like a “Who’s Who” in Arizona’s history. Mayors, governors, U.S. senators and one Supreme Court Justice
have all been a part of Phoenix Rotary 100.

Chapter Members

Years Active

Rotary Club in Arizona

Helping Shape the
Future of Phoenix

Collaborating with community leaders,
government officials and charities

Benefits of Rotary Membership

A powerful network of professionals focused on service

Join a Global Community that is Changing the World for the Better

Meet Business and Community Leaders Who Are Guest Speakers Each Week

Have the Opportunity to Mentor Youth and Be Mentored by Elders in Your Vocation

Make a Positive Difference in Our Local Community

Make New and Lasting Friendships

Have Fun with Social Activities and Service Projects

Expand Your Business and Social Network

Improve Your Leadership and Public Speaking Skills

Be Welcomed by Rotarians Anywhere You Travel

Develop Relationships with Community and Government Leaders

Show Your Children and Grandchildren the Importance of Community Service

Our Elected Officers

Combining decades of experience in leadership and service

Jay Murphy


Kathy Mitchell


Gene Seifert


Mike Stohler

President Elect

Upcoming Luncheon Programs

December 2, noon: Greg Podd, Trustee, The Rotary Foundation

The Rotary Foundation, the charitable arm of Rotary International, helps Rotary members to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace by improving health, providing quality education, improving the environment, and alleviating poverty. Since it was founded more than 100 years ago, the Foundation has spent more than $4 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects. The Rotary Foundation business is managed by the Board of Trustees. The Rotary International (RI) president-elect nominates the trustees, who are elected by the RI Board to four-year terms.

Greg Podd is a Trustee for the 2022-26 term. Greg joined Rotary in 1982. He has served Rotary International as vice president and director. During his time on the Board of Directors, he chaired committees including the Audit Committee and the Board Council on Legislation Advisory Committee. He also served on the Operations Review Committee and The Rotary Foundation’s Investment Committee, among others. Other roles he’s held include training leader, RI president’s representative, and representative to the Council on Legislation.

Click here to register to attend this meeting held at Venue 122 at the Jewish Heritage Center, 122 E. Culver Street, Phoenix, 85004. Free onsite parking and street parking are available. Registration deadline is 12 pm, Monday, November 28.

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Featured Stories

So Why Is D.E.I. So Important?

Thursday, November 10, 2022 By: Jerry A. Oliver Sr.

Our Rotary International President Jennifer Jones is focused on four presidential initiatives that reimagine Rotary now and well into the future. Chief among those is advancing our commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).

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Teaching Microscopy to save Children from Malaria

Rotary International is working with the Merck Global Health Institute (MGHI) to teach clinical microscopy skills to laboratory technicians from developing countries to better diagnose malaria and other causes of fever in vulnerable populations. MGHI funds the transportation, feeding, housing, and education at an accredited university. Rotary raises funds to purchase much needed microscopes.

Every year, about 240 million people are diagnosed with malaria, the majority in sub-Saharan Africa. In any given year, about 60,000 children, aged 5 and under, die of malaria. This project began with help from the International Outreach Committee (IOC) of the Phoenix Rotary 100 club. It was also supported through the generosity of our District 5495.

MGHI and the Phoenix Rotary 100 Club have sponsored training in Botswana, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. New microscopes were donated to Botswana and Ghana. Additional training is planned for next year in Colombia, Kenya, Nigeria, and Pakistan.

Phoenix Rotary 100 member Jim Mulry is the lead manager for this project. The need for microscopes is great. Please feel welcome to email Jim should you like to donate to this project or to arrange for a presentation. The microscopes cost $250 each. The IOC would like to thank our District 5495 and the Rotary Club of Sun City West for the opportunity to present this noble project to them and to the Rotary Club of Anthem for their contribution.

PRCC Donates $106,672 in 2021-22 Rotary Year

Phoenix Rotary Club Charities (PRCC) is the non-profit charitable organization for the Phoenix Rotary 100 club. Tax-deductible charitable contributions from club members through our Annual Pledge Drive and fundraising activities, as well as donations from the public, provide the funding for PRCC that enables it to make a meaningful impact on our local community as well as communities afar.

For the 2021-22 Rotary year, PRCC awarded $116,942 in grants, scholarships and awards to the local and international organizations listed below. A BIG thank you to the Rotarians and community members whose generous contributions and support made this possible!

Grant Awards
$3,000 to Child Crisis Arizona for the Caring for Homeless Children and Youth project.
$10,000 to Family Promise-Greater Phoenix for the Emergency Shelter Program project.
$10,000 to Homeless Youth Connection for the Empowering Youth for the Future project.
$3,500 to the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation for scholarship funding for children of fallen soldiers.
$2,500 to ShelterBox USA for the Ukraine Crisis Response project. 
$3,072 to Southwest Human Development for the Read in Color project.
$2,500 to St. Luke's at the Mountain Episcopal Church for food pantry distribution.
$3,500 to Upward for Children for the Outpatient Therapy for Low Income Children project.

Youth Programs Contributions
$10,500 in college scholarships to winners of the 91st Annual Speech Contest.
$5,500 in cash awards for the annual Outstanding Phoenix Youth Leadership Award.
$4,000 in scholarships for 10 high school students to attend the 3-day Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) camp.
$270 to send 8 Central High School Interact students to attend the Interact District Conference.

International Project Support Donations
$2,955 for a global grant to a perinatal OB/Gyn training center in  Carajpachay, Argentina.
$550 for a global grant to a Senior Day House in Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, for Parkinson's therapy.
$1,575 to a global grant water project in Villa Talandracas, Peru, to construct a booster station to provide water to 3,600 residents.
$1,000 to the International Rescue Committee ALERT (Arizona League to End Regional Trafficking) program to purchase laptops/tablets and provide internet coverage for 35 survivors of human trafficking.
$1,000 to the Guatemala Literacy Project to improve education for underserved students in Guatemala.
$3,150 to a global grant in Hungary to reduce the incidence of, and complications related to, pressure ulcers among patients.
$3,000 to a global grant in Natavasha, Kenya for a water well project.
$4,000 to ShelterBox USA for 4 complete ShelterBoxes for their Ukraine Refugee Relief efforts in Poland, Moldavia, and the Ukraine.
$11,050 to help a Rotary Peace Fellow Scholar and his family get out of Afghanistan to attend Duke University in North Carolina.
$3,050 to medical clinics in Uganda, Nigeria, and Ghana to purchase microscopes and provide training on how to diagnose and treat malaria.

Additional Donations
$2,000 in financial support for the production costs of the Three(extra) Ordinary Women documentary.
$2,500 to the Rotary Vocational Fund for student scholarships to trade and vocational schools.
$500 to the Who I Am Foundation to provide toiletry Care Packages for the homeless along with 5,250 toiletry items club members donated.
$2,000 to the Arizona Human Trafficking Network in memory of past president Allister Adel's efforts to stop human trafficking.
$10,000 for a law student scholarship to the Arizona State University Sandra Day O' Connor College of Law.


Upcoming Events

November 26th 2022 at 6:00 am
St. Luke's Food Pantry
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December 1st 2022 at 10:00 am
Salvation Army Bell Ringing
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December 2nd 2022 at 12:00 pm
Phoenix Rotary 100 Club Meeting
Speaker: Greg Podd, The Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees
Topic: What You May Not Don't Know About the Rotary Foundation
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December 3rd 2022 at 7:00 pm
APS 35th Annual Electric Light Parade
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December 7th 2022 at 5:00 pm
Phoenix Rotary 100 Social Mixer
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December 10th 2022 at 6:00 am
St. Luke's Food Pantry
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December 13th 2022 at 10:00 am
Donation Sorting with Arizona's Children Association
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December 14th 2022 at 5:30 pm
DSC (Downtown Social Crew) Gathering
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December 16th 2022 at 12:00 pm
Phoenix Rotary 100 Holiday Party
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December 17th 2022 at 8:00 am
Ride/Walk with the Rotary Float in the Fiesta Bowl Parade
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December 28th 2022 at 5:30 pm
DSC (Downtown Social Crew) Gathering
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January 6th 2023 at 12:00 pm
Phoenix Rotary 100 Club Meeting
Speaker: Molita Yazzie, Director, Indian School Visitor Center
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January 11th 2023 at 5:30 pm
DSC (Downtown Social Crew) Gathering
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January 14th 2023 at 6:00 am
St. Luke's Food Pantry
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January 20th 2023 at 12:00 pm
Phoenix Rotary 100 Club Meeting
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January 25th 2023 at 5:30 pm
DSC (Downtown Social Crew) Gathering
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