Club of
  Highland Park / Highwood
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Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 11:30 PM
We meet virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic
P.O. Box 42
Highland Park, IL 60035
United States of America
Contact Mary Beth at for log in information
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Non-profit organizations granted funds to help support residents 

HIGHLAND PARK/HIGHWOOD, IL (April 20, 2020): The Highland Park/Highwood Rotary Club has generously set up a Relief Fund to donate approximately $10,000 to support organizations who are providing direct services and assistance to individuals impacted by COVID-19. The grants will support Moraine Township Food Pantry, Family Service of Lake County, and other eligible non-profit organizations providing direct services and assistance to individuals impacted by the virus. 

“While local nonprofits are rising to help the community’s most vulnerable residents meet the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, we knew their own resources are being challenged as well,” stated Rotary President Paul Munk. “The Rotary grants will support a variety of response activities to serve Highland Park and Highwood residents.” 

Moraine Township has converted their food pantry to a drive-through to serve all Township residents and families of Highland Park/Highwood students. They have reached out to more 300 low-income seniors to conduct wellness checks, and they operate a door-to-door van with enhanced sanitation protocols for residents in need of dialysis and other life-saving medical treatments. Emergency assistance for rent and other critical needs, as well as bi-lingual help signing up for SNAP (formerly Food Stamps), Medicaid, TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), health insurance and other resources is available by calling 847-432-3240 or emailing Further information about their services to the public can be found at

Family Service of Lake County has also increased services during this pandemic. Families are unable to meet financial obligations and food, medical care, medicine and household supplies are needed daily. Family Service is also providing counseling, education and mentoring to people of all ages, including bilingual and bicultural counseling. Family Service can be contacted at

Grants are also available to non-profit organizations serving Highland Park and Highwood who are providing direct services to residents. Organizations can apply by emailing 

with your organization name, service offered to Highland Park/Highwood residents, number of individuals served, impacts from COVID-19 and funding request. Grants will be determined as applications are received. 

About Rotary Club of Highland Park/Highwood: 

Formed in 1905, Rotary International is the world's first service club organization with over 1.2 million members in 34,000 clubs worldwide. The Highland Park/Highwood club serves its two adjacent communities, giving life to the Rotary motto, "Service Above Self." For more information about the Rotary Club, contact or visit You can also find us on Facebook,



Rotary Club provides Grant Funds to Seven Local Non Profit Organizations
Highland Park, IL (July 30, 2019) –  The Rotary Club of Highland Park/Highwood generously provided grant funds to seven local nonprofit organizations to help advance their mission.    Representatives from Family Service of Lake County, Fenix Family Health, Highland Park Community Nursery and Day Care, HP Strings, Blessings in a Backpack, North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic and Tri-Con were recognized for their contributions and service to the community and issued grant funds at the Rotary Club meeting on Monday, July 29, 2019.  
“On behalf of the Rotary Club, it is our pleasure and honor to be able to support a number of organizations who are doing incredible, worthwhile work to support residents in and around the Highland Park and Highwood area,” stated Jon Levey, Rotary Club Treasurer and Grant Committee Chair. “These organizations provide much needed support in the areas of child care, health services, domestic violence, immigration, housing and arts/culture.”
The Rotary Club is a service organization that consists of men and women who are united by the motto of “Service Above Self”.   Rotarians carry out community service projects, raise funds to provide three scholarships programs, provide grant funds to nonprofits, and the Club sponsors the Highland Park High School Rotary Interact Club which consists of approximately 100 service-minded young adults working to enhance the quality of life and human dignity in the world.
If you would like more information and/or would like to attend a meeting, please call 847-432-1500 (Dahlmann Properties). 
Our mailing address is:
Rotary Club of Highland Park/Highwood
PO Box 42
Highland Park, IL 60035