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Rotary Club of West Pearl Harbor is a non-profit organization chartered May 7, 1971. It is one of the 52 Rotary clubs in Hawai'i, serving the greater Waipahu community. 

Solving some of the world’s most complex and pressing problems takes real commitment and vision. Rotary members believe that we share a responsibility to take action to improve our communities. Join us, so that we can make an even bigger impact – together.




UH West Oahu gave 11000 sq feet to Niu Now to prepare a dryland forest. Niu Now's movement focuses on re-establishing Hawaii’s relationship with the coconut and the ancient knowledge practices of our coconut heritage. Their three priorities to re-establish the coconut back into ka pae aina o Hawaii, into the Hawaiian islands are: 1) Hawaiian cultural revitalization, 2) ecological conservation, and 3) food security/healing.

Club Calendar March 2023: Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

Monday 6th

Club meeting: 6PM via Zoom

Guest speaker: Eco Rotary Club - Genki Ball Project

Monday 13th

Club meeting: 6PM in-person Max's Manila Waipahu

Guest speaker: Niu Now!

Sunday March 19th:

Club fundraiser: Rummage Sale

10AM-4PM Waipahu High Cafeteria

Monday March 20th:

Board Meeting 6PM via Zoom

Monday March 27th- 31st

Rotary on the Road! (Visit other clubs)


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January is Vocational Service month in the Rotary Calendar - a month appreciating the various professions and how each can contribute to making our communities stronger.

Our club therefore decided to host a Business Networking Social on January 30th to bring business community together to meet, share ideas and have fun supporting each other.

We had a great time and connected with many different businesses/professions in our community while sharing the wonderful works of Rotary!


Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) is a leadership program coordinated by Rotary Clubs around the globe designed in enhancing leadership skills in the next generation of innovative leaders.

Each year, our club sponsors 1-2 high school students to attend the camp on Oahu, Hawaii.

2023 Registration deadline is February 9th!

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Paul Harris: Rotary's Founder

In 1905 Paul founded Rotary in Chicago for fellowship and mutual helpfulness.  At that time, membership was limited to one man from each business or profession, as is still the practice today.  The name “Rotary” was chosen for the club’s practice of holding each meeting rotating at different member’s locations of business.

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West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club Celebrates 50th Anniversary!

WPH Rotary Members:  Review of WHS Early College Program

Community leaders along with members of the West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club, reviewed the 2022-2023 McInerny Foundation Early College Strategic Plan on Monday, June 27.

WPH Rotary Members:  Review of WHS Early College Program

Community leaders along with members of the West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club, reviewed the 2022-2023 McInerny Foundation Early College Strategic Plan on Monday, June 27.


Serving at The Pantry, which is the only e-commerce food pantry in the country operating weekly, year around, to provide free, nutritious food to families.


West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club Scholarship 2023

Attention Waipahu High School students: we are now accepting applications until March 31st.


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During Rotary Gives Thanks Day, we participated in our 4th annual Pacific Gateway Center Thanksgiving meal distribution!

World Polio Day is 24 October.  Learn more about our club efforts to keep polio eradication in the spotlight so more people join Rotary's historic effort.

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For the month of September, Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation (HRYF) participates in Foodland's annual community matching gifts program, Give Aloha. This fundraiser help fund our club $5000 each year to award scholarships to graduating Hawaii high school senior.

During each club meeting, we have people and organizations presenting on various topics. These presentations are important for us Rotarians to learn more about the needs in the community and ways we can support. 


Rotary District 5000 International Service Team helps design global grants and develop International Service Projects with Rotary clubs in Hawaii. Read more about West Pearl Harbor's international involvement.

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