Welcome to The Rotary Club Of Kona!
Rotary is where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change. We have club activities, social events, and volunteer projects which offer networking opportunities that build personal and professional connections while at the same time serving the community. And Rotarians can extend those networks by visiting other clubs around the globe. 
Guests Welcome!
Good News - Our meetings will continue and will be online during the pandemic! Please join us!
We will be using zoom, so email us for the meeting ID by clicking this link: EMAIL
After the pandemic, please JOIN US and be our Guest at our weekly luncheon held every Thursday from 12-1pm located at:
Island Lava Java (Upstairs)
Coconut Marketplace
75-5801 Alii Drive, Bldg 1
Kailua-Kona, HI  96740
Home Page Stories
YOU CAN HELP! - A message from President John Spicer
As you know, under the best of circumstances many Kona residents are challenged every day to put enough food on their tables to feed their children and themselves. Our club has addressed this challenge in part through our Meet N’ Eat efforts and our support for the Kona Salvation Army.  Our Board of Directors voted to expand our efforts and will MATCH DONATIONS up to $10,000.00.
To give you some perspective on the magnitude of the need, the Kona Salvation Army was serving 80 to 100 families from their food bank prior to the outbreak. Last week they fed 280 families, nearly three times their normal capacity. That number will doubtless increase as the pandemic continues.
When our schools were closed the administrators began working to feed their hungry students Monday through Friday. Meet N’ Eat is now focusing on feeding our underserved youth and families on Saturdays. That program also needs additional funds and resources to make that happen. 
So PLEASE click HERE on the DONATE button above and help us feed our community!

The Thursday, October 10, 2019 weekly meeting was held at the Hawaii Community College Palamanui Campus. The Rotary Club of Kona and the Rotary Club of Kona Community Foundation presented a check for $35,000 to the campus for furniture, fixtures and equipment for the Physics classroom.


The Rotary Club Of Kona Sponsored Program - Meet N' Eat
is a program that feeds low income families at the:
Kealakehe Intermediate School
74-5062 Onipaa St, Kailua, HI 96740
Our Club feeds those in need on the 1st Wednesday of every month and volunteers are needed from 5pm-7pm
Please JOIN US!
Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kona

Kona, Hawaii

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Island Lava Java (Upstairs)
Coconut Marketplace
75-5801 Alii Drive, Bldg 1
Kailua-Kona, HI  96740
United States of America
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Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
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Chair Community Service
Chair Community Foundation
Co-Chair Programs
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Chair Rotary Foundation
Keiki Vision
Chair International Service
Chair Meet 'n Eat
Co-Chair Membership
Co-Chair MEC
Co-Chair MEC
Chair New Generations
Editor Coffee Blossom
Editor Archives
Chair Website
Co-Liaison RI 2020 Convention
Co-Liaison RI 2020 Convention
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