Madison Rotary  - District 7475 is a 501(c)3 Charity
Madison Rotary will celebrate it 100th year anniversary with a dinner dance on May 18, 2023 from 5:30 - 9:30 pm at the Park Avenue Club in Florham Park.  The dinner dance is open to the public and the cost is $100.00 per person - registration link below.  This event marks 100 years of service to the local and global communities.  Madison Rotary continues to search for individuals who want to participate in a service organization and give back to the community.  For details on becoming involved with Madison Rotary, contact Joe Smith at
Interested in Rotary -  Madison Rotary now has two in person weekly meetings on on Thursdays 7:45-8:30 am at the Madison Area YMCA and on Thursdays, 12:00-1:30 pm at Firehouse Pizza on Central Avenue, Madison.  Continental breakfast is $8.00 and full lunch is $20.00.  Each week Rotary conducts a short business meeting followed by a speaker.  Topics and descriptions are on the left under Upcoming Speakers.  The morning meeting will continue to be a hybrid meeting and those wishing to attend virtually CLICK HERE at 7:40 am on Thursdays.  Recordings of morning meetings are posted above. Guests are invited to participate free of charge contact Joe Smith at for details. Information on how to join Rotary is below - check it out!
On February 6th, Madison Rotary volunteers made 64 quarts of soup for JBWS, formerly known as Jersey Battered Women’s Services, to benefit the survivors of domestic violence. The event was held in partnership with Soup Sisters at Healthy Italia in Madison.  “Our mission is to help alleviate food insecurity in our community, to empower youth, and to partner with other local organizations to enrich the Madison community and beyond for all.  Click Read More for additional details.
Madison Rotary members actively engage to eradicate food insecurity in our community, to empower youth and to partner with other local organizations to enrich the Madison community for all.
The Madison Rotary has transitioned into a 501(c)(3) organization as of July 1, 2021, announced the rotary.  The Rotary Club of Madison, a social welfare service organization, has been serving our local and global communities since 1923, said the organization. Over the past 33 years, the Rotary Club of Madison Foundation has successfully carried out humanitarian projects, such as End Hunger 3.6, to help fight food insecurity locally. The two entities have merged after a year-long, unification process to streamline governance, administrative and financial development operations, they announced.  Click Read More for additional details.
For the 11th consecutive year, The Rotary Foundation has received the highest rating — four stars — from Charity Navigator, an independent evaluator of charities in the U.S.  Click read more for additional information. 
Madison High School Interact Club is a school service club.  Students with the support of faculty advisor  Carole Rawding and support from members of the affiliated Madison Rotary, identified the Maasai Girls Fund, a local NJ foundation that makes possible scholarships for young Maasai village girls in rural Kenya.  Without the Fund’s help, these girls would have only a few basic grammar school years, then lives of hard servitude, being sold in exchange for cattle as genitally cut child brides into polygamous marriages.  The Fund, led by Paul and Avery Mantell of Kinnelon, also Rotary members, arranged to stop cutting, and has helped dozens of these village girls attend four-year boarding school including tuition, uniforms, room and board.  MHS Juniors Nina Kornchankul and Owen Weller led a successful Walk-a-Thon fund raiser campaign in Madison back in May that, combined with a follow-up online fund raiser, netted over $2,600, enough to fund four years of high school for one young lady, Leah Malano, pictured.  
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Following the recent destruction in Puerto Rico, Florida, and the surrounding areas caused by Hurricanes Fiona and Ian, The Madison Rotary Club is proud to donate $1,000 to World Central Kitchen (WCK) in support of their immediate relief efforts feeding those in need. World Central Kitchen, led by chef José Andrés, started with a simple idea:  When people are hungry, send in cooks. Not tomorrow, today. Wherever there is a need, the WCK team is often first to the frontlines, providing hot fresh meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. “As part of Madison Rotary’s mission to fight food insecurity we looked for ways to quickly assist our friends in the South. With WCK’s experience and existing teams already on the ground, supporting them directly seemed a sensible choice”, said President Doug Willis.  To learn more about World Central Kitchen, click here.
From left are Madison Rotary Club President Elizabeth “Liz” Parker; Madison Rotary Club Treasurer David Farrell; Madison Area YMCA Senior Director of Organization Advancement Amie Herman; Madison Area YMCA President & CEO Diane Mann; Barry Kroll, Madison Rotary Club past president and district governor; and Madison Area YMCA Associate Development Director Leigh Anne Soroka.
The Madison Rotary has pledged $50,000 to the Madison Area YMCA's capital campaign.  "The Madison Area YMCA is excited to announce that the Madison Rotary Club Board of Directors pledged an exceptionally generous $50,000 gift to the Madison Area YMCA’s multi-million-dollar Family Center expansion" YMCA President and Chief Executive Officer Diane Mann said.
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Breakfast - State Senator Anthony BUcco
Apr 20, 2023 7:45 AM
Recognition of Rotary's 100 years of service

A lifelong resident of Morris County, Anthony M. Bucco has served in the New Jersey Senate since 2019. He previously served in the General Assembly from 2010 to 2019, including as the Republican conference leader for his final two years. He is a partner at the law firm of Murphy McKeon, P.C. specializing in local government law.

He is a founding member of Daytop drug and alcohol center and served on the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse from 1998 to 2009. Bucco has been a commissioner of the Morris County Sheriff's Crime Stoppers program since 1998 and served with the Boonton Volunteer Fire Department since 1980 where he attained the rank of captain.

Senator Bucco will present a resolution commending Madison Rotary for its 100 years of community service. He will also comment on current legislative activity in Trenton.

Breakfast - Stephen Fine
Apr 27, 2023 7:45 AM
Mr. Fine will make a presentation on the detection and prevention of melanoma
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