Bikes for Africa

RCW Champion: Margarita Lartitegui

Bikes for Africa


The Rotary Club of Weston has teamed up with the Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale Cypress Creek to collectively send bicycles to a local South African Rotary Club for distribution to rural African communities desperately in need.

 The project started in 2016, 8 containers were sent annually except for 2021 during the pandemic. There is an average of 400 bikes per container. 3,200 bikes have been sent to Africa.

The Rotary Club of Empangeni, Rotary District 9370, receives the container and turns it into a mini bike- shop. Then, bicycles are distributed to rural communities without public transportation.


Boutique in Cypress Bay HS

Project Lead: Ana Sofia Moreno Ramirez

Project Sponsors: Dr. Kristina Taylor / Tamara Labossiere



The Boutique initiative aims to empower students by facilitating access to appropriate clothing for interviews and special events, promoting confidence and academic success. This initiative goes beyond merely providing clothes; it contributes to sustainable practices through garment reuse (recycling), ensuring the well-being of the student community and fostering equal opportunities for all.

The boutique offers students a unique experience and emotional support, recognizing that some students may not have the luxury of accessing fancy stores.


Clothing Drive

Project Lead: Andres Saravia



The Rotary Club of Weston's clothing drive aims to gather, sort, package, and distribute gently used clothes to individuals in need within our local community.


Rotary Little Library


RCW Little Library

Rotarians and Interactors consistently replenish the Rotary Little Library with children-friendly books, enriching our community's reading resources. Operating under the "Take a book, bring a book" concept, we foster a culture of reading among our children, promoting a sense of community as they share their books with other kids in Weston.


Mission Statement

The Rotary Club of Weston addresses the service needs of our community through its organizational capabilities, member skills, volunteerism, and funding support. We focus our community service activities in the areas of Services to Youth (including education /scholarship/ learning development), Services to Families In Need, and International Projects as needs are identified.

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