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We are local enthusiasts making a lasting impact through service, collaboration, and empowerment.


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2603 N Rodgers Ave

Alton, IL 62002

Stories of Service and Impact from Our Rotary Club

Michelle Wittman - Riverbend Rotary Member Spotlight

Michelle Wittman - Riverbend Rotary Member Spotlight

This month’s Rotarian Spotlight is Michelle Wittman, an experienced Human Resource professional with ABB OPTICAL GROUP. Michelle is actively involved in community volunteering and lives in Godfrey wit... ...more


March 18, 20242 min read

Eric McRoy - Riverbend Rotary Member Spotlight

Eric McRoy - Riverbend Rotary Member Spotlight

This month’s Rotarian Spotlight is Eric McRoy, recently retired (sort of!) after he sold his family business in 2021, AdVantage News. After a brief retirement, Eric is once again helping small busines... ...more


February 12, 20242 min read

Kotzamanis - Riverbend Rotary Member Spotlight

Kotzamanis - Riverbend Rotary Member Spotlight

My position gives me the opportunity to help individuals with their financial needs. Besides my 25 years of banking experience, I have owned rental property for the past 10 years as well as a small bu... ...more


January 17, 20241 min read

Sleep Safe Kits from Riverbend Rotary

Sleep Safe Kits from Riverbend Rotary

Members of the Riverbend Rotary Club proudly stand alongside Riverbend Headstart personnel receiving 20 Safe Sleep kits paid for by Riverbend Rotary fundraising and grant from Rotary District 6460. ...more


January 15, 20242 min read

Riverbend Rotary Awards Scholarships

Riverbend Rotary Awards Scholarships

(ALTON, IL) – The Riverbend Rotary Club recently awarded $3,000 scholarships each to two 2023 graduates of Alton High School: Madison Ingram and Rebekah Blackmon. ...more

Volunteer ,Presentation

October 03, 20231 min read

Trash-ing Our Way to a Cleaner Alton!

Trash-ing Our Way to a Cleaner Alton!

Members of the Riverbend Rotary Club proudly stand alongside Milton Road, with bags of collected trash testament to their community cleanup efforts. The camaraderie didn't end with the cleanup – the t... ...more


September 09, 20232 min read

What is Rotary?

You've certainly heard about it, but do you really know what is ROTARY? There are several chapters around your neighborhood.

Riverbend Rotary

Our commitment to making a difference extends beyond our local community to create lasting change on a global scale.

We are proud to be part of international efforts, such as END POLIO NOW, which showcases the power of collaboration and dedication in achieving shared goals.

However, our most significant impact

is felt right here in the Riverbend area, where our passion for service and community development is truly transformative.

Our club members work tirelessly to champion local causes, support community projects, and drive sustainable initiatives that enrich the lives of our neighbors.

From mentoring youth and promoting education to fostering environmental stewardship and addressing social challenges, Riverbend Rotary is a catalyst for positive change.

We invite you to join us in our mission to create a brighter future for our community and the world, one project at a time.


About Rotary District 6460

The Rotary motto: Service Above Self. Rotary, the world’s first service club organization, is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders.

Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

Rotary District 6460 contains Rotary clubs that serve west central Illinois in the United States of America.


Riverbend Rotary Packs Nutritious Meals for Hungry Children in Nicaragua

Shred Day

Safeguarding Identities and Supporting Our Community through Secure Document Disposal

Caring for
Our Community

Riverbend Rotary Members Beautify Local Homes by Tidying Yards and Landscapes

Ringing in the
Spirit of Giving

Riverbend Rotary Members Support the Salvation Army's Mission to Transform Lives

Started from the vision of one person.


Today, polio remains endemic only in Afghanistan and Pakistan.


recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000.


1.4 million friends, neighbors, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

Just A Little Help Can Make Big Difference

1.2 million

There are over 36,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas worldwide, with approximately 1.2 million members.

$4 Billion

The Rotary Foundation, which supports Rotary's humanitarian and educational programs worldwide, has invested over $4 billion in life-changing, sustainable projects since it was founded in 1917.

$2.1 Billion

Rotary in the USA has played a key role in the global effort to eradicate polio, with Rotary members contributing over $2.1 billion and countless volunteer hours to the cause.

Rotary International's Unwavering Mission: Eradicating Polio and Empowering a Polio-Free World.

Rotary International has been at the forefront of the global fight against polio for over three decades, working tirelessly to eradicate this devastating disease.

Through strategic partnerships with the World Health Organization, UNICEF, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Rotary has made remarkable strides in immunization efforts, reaching millions of children in even the most remote corners of the world.

Since launching the PolioPlus program in 1985, Rotary International and its partners have helped to reduce polio cases by 99.9%, saving countless lives and preventing lifelong disabilities.

The continued dedication and support of Rotary members worldwide are crucial in achieving a polio-free world, ensuring that future generations can live without the fear of this debilitating disease.

Join us in our unwavering commitment to end polio once and for all, and be part of a global movement that is truly transforming lives and making history.