"If you have the love of your fellow man in your hearts, my friends, you are a potential Rotarian."
-Paul Harris 
The Warrington Rotary Club is a group of community-minded residents and neighbors who come together for service and fellowship.  Our service projects and fundraising are directed to local, national and international causes.  We are always seeking out like-minded folks to join us in putting "Service Above Self."  Reach out to us or join us at a club meeting to learn how you can get involved.
Drop in. Learn. Meet us. Have breakfast.
We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Giuseppe's Restaurant
1380 West Street Road
Warminster, PA 18974
United States of America
Current and Upcoming Events

Cornhole Tournament and Rotary Fest 5.0!

Join us for our biggest fundraiser of the year on Saturday, October 7th.  Come out to compete in the Cornhole Tournament.   
Support Our Mission
You can support the Warrington Rotary Club by making a donation through our Venmo account.  All funds raised are used to improve our community, locally and globally.
Two Upcoming Projects
Our Board recently approved two exciting projects:
- We applied for and received a grant to support The Fiaria Project.  The Fiaria Project, Inc. is a non-profit organization based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania dedicated to supporting foster families through transitions.  "Transition kits" provide foster children with essential clothing, toiletries, and other basic items. The Warrington Rotary will be providing financial and volunteer support to The Fiaria Project.
- Our club will be funding additional benches to enhance community enjoyment of the trail system in Warrington Township.  New benches will be installed within the Weisel Preserve.
Members Only: Sign up to sing at Neshaminy Manor
Quickly sign up for our monthly visit to Neshaminy Manor Nursing Home by clicking the link below.
Recent News
Feed My Starving Children Meal Packing Event
On May 20th, the Warrington Rotary was happy to help out Feed My Starving Children by packing meals to help combat hunger. The event took place at Del Val University and is always one of the highlights of the year.
Our 2023 Community Service Scholarship Winners!
This year we awarded over $5,000 through the Warrington Rotary Club Foundation Community Service Scholarship. This is the 32nd time that our club has honored the best and brightest students in the area that have made the biggest impact on their community with their community service. This year's class volunteered for a total of 2,787 hours. They will be attending Northeastern University, Princeton University, Chapman University, University of Pittsburgh, Elizabethtown College, Catholic University, and Johns Hopkins University. We wish them the best of luck with their future plans, we look forward to seeing what incredible things you all will do in the future. 
Pictured left to right: Alex Bergmair, Sam Griga, Hannah Wood, Larry Stone, Lance Xiu, Brianna Quinn, Diya Hundiwala, Andrew Lyons, and Lou Altomari.  Not pictured: Samantha Rosinski.
John Barclay Elementary School Food Insecurity Program
Every month, Rotarians participate in the Food Insecurity Program at John Barclay Elementary School. We're honored to support the Program by unpacking and distributing the donated food to families in need within our community.  This month we learned that chicken livers are no one's favorite meat!

Our 50th Annual Norm Levanthal Pancake Breakfast

On Sunday, April 2nd, we held our annual Norman Levanthal Memorial Pancake Breakfast. It was our 50th pancake breakfast as a club! We had over 300 people attend and help us raise money for our "I Like Me" program. Through the "I Like Me" program, we provide a personalized book to every Kindergartner in Warrington.
Pictured left to right, Club President Lou Altomari and his daughter, Kira Altomari, who is a member of The Newtown Rotary Club’s NextGen club.
The Warrington Rotary Club continued its support of the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports by volunteering at the 2023 Ski Camp. Our members skied alongside 10 children, aged 9 to 17. Our partnership with PCAS empowers people with disabilities to participate in a variety of sports.
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Membership Chair
Immediate Past President
Public Image Chair