What is a Rotary Community Corps?


  • A Rotary Community Corps, or RCC, is a team of non-Rotarian men and women who are committed to their community’s long-term economic development and self-sufficiency.
  • Under the guidance of a sponsoring Rotary club, dedicated RCC members put their own skills to work to address community issues such as inadequate access to safe water, HIV/AIDS, drug abuse, illiteracy, and hunger.
  • Since 1985, the Rotary Community Corps program has been spurring grassroots service efforts in communities around the world. RCCs can be rural or urban.
  • They may carry out projects for an entire village or community, a smaller group within the community, or anywhere Rotarians and non-Rotarians want to work together.

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3 Responses to What is a Rotary Community Corps?

  1. ovu says:

    i want some information about rcc

  2. KENNEDY says:

    Dear Brothers and Sisters
    My name is Kennedy and am humbly seeking for a well wisher who could help me surport some of the few many children orphaned by HIV AIDs in my community. My vision is to supplement on that which their already have atleast to make there life bearable and also to ensure that their view life from a positive angle, through workshop and helping them get skills that can help them be dependant and resourceful members of the community at large

  3. kazi sham sham uddin ahmed says:

    sir, i am a rotarian of Dist 3240.my club no–23460.i would like to know more about RCC,my ID No–6784093
    i need prescribe form to build up a RCC TEAM at our club .

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