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The Morristown Rotary Club is marking it's centennial with a $90,000 donation to the Town of Morristown to build a pavilion at Lidgerwood Park.

This pavilion is one of the ways we are celebrating 100 years of service to the community as well as 100 years of continuing service into the future. - Steve Ellerman, President


Please Join Us in the Celebration! 

Purchase a custom-engraved brick at the Rotary Pavilion being built at Lidgerwood Park, Morristown’s most utilized park.  A brick path will surround the pavilion and will have six distinct sections, each corresponding to one of our six areas of service:
  • Culture
  • Education
  • Health
  • Hunger
  • Veterans
  • Youth

Engraved bricks will make an enduring legacy for you, or for a special event or person in your life, or an institution you wish to honor. 

Brick can be purchased for the following:
$100           4x8”         4 lines of text, with 21 characters per line
$250           8x8”         8 lines of text, with 21 characters per line
If you are interested in a larger display, please contact Donna Orr at djorr54@gmail.com. 
Please indicate in the "Any comments or questions" box on your order form the area of service you would like your brick placed in.  

(Click on the picture below to watch the donation video)



Morristown Rotary Club is a volunteer based organization that serves the community and is part of Rotary International. Volunteers give their time to different community projects, fund raise funds, and provide support to many organizations, that help our community members and students. Below is a list of the activities that we do and have fun at!

This is what we are and how we do things.


Visitors and prospective members - We hope to see you at one of them or at one of our meetings!





Some of our Service Projects

During the pandemic, Morristown partners and buys meals from our restaurant partners to provide meals to the Homeless Solutions shelter and the senior residents at the Town and Township Housing Authority buildings
Camp Merry Heart Karaoke: Karaoke event for the kids at Camp Merry Heart (Hackettstown).  Lead and participate in karaoke event for special need kids. The kids love the event and look forward to it!
Morristown Reads:  Run booth for collection and distribution of books for children.  Distribute books both at the event and afterwards to community partners seeking books for kids in need.
Homeless Vets Program: Assist the vets in transitional housing at the VA campus in Lyons every month
Original Music Fest: @Ginty Field - Free, family centric event, with live music from local musicians, games and crafts for kids, food trucks
NJBWS holiday project: Collect and donate items on wish list for one or more families at the Jersey Battered Women’s Shelter. 
Home Town Beautification ( Town Hall):  Garden bed clean up and planting flowers in front of town hall. 
Table of Hope: Serve dinner to community members in need at the Bethel Church (Interfaith Hope Pantry)
Morristown clean up:  Participate in the town wide cleanup
Soup Kitchen: Serve those in need at the Community Soup Kitchen
Grow it Green: Assist in preparation and planting of farm for Grow it Green in Clinton, NJ.
End Hunger: Assist with setup for event at Drew University which packs over 200,000 meals for people in need.  
Salvation Army bell ring: Collect donations for the Salvation Army utilizing the well known bell and red kettle. 
Homeless Solutions: Cooking and serving dinner for guests of HS. 
Habitat for Humanity: Team up with HH to assist in the building of their local housing units.
Girl Scout Camp Clean Up: Help prep the camp at Jockey Hollow for the summer
Sid Lucky Food Drive: Food and donation collection for the Interfaith Food Pantry.   


Our biggest fundraisers

Taste of Morristown in March
50/50 Raffle in October


Some of the Community Organizations we support through grants

(specific program objectives)

Gift of Life
Family Promise
Morristown Area American Little League
Neighborhood House   
Good Grief
Housing Partnership for Morris
Deirdes’s House
Dress for success
Preschool Advantage
Morris Educational Foundation
Interfaith Food Pantry
First Night Morristown
Polio Plus




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Donna Miller & Tina Mejia ~ Lunch
Dec 08, 2021
Atlantic Healthcare Private Care & Visiting Nurse Services
Donna Miller & Tina Mejia ~ Sunset
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Dec 16, 2021
Darren O'Neill ~ Lunch
Jan 05, 2022
Morris County Library
Mirella Diaz ~ Lunch
Jan 12, 2022
Diedre's House
Mirella Diaz ~ Sunset
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Jennfer Wehring ~ Sunset
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