The Benefits of Being a Member of Spring Valley Rotary

Volunteer and Community Service Opportunities

Above all else, Spring Valley emphasizes service to the community. Whether you are interested in serving the homeless, veterans in need, people with disabilities, or children and teens, Spring Valley provides multiple opportunities for community involvement. Volunteering is the best way to get to know your fellow Rotarians and the community at large.

Selected List of Community Partners

To better serve our community, Spring Valley partners with the following public and private service organizations such as:

  • The Salvation Army
  • Richland 2 School District
  • Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital
  • Harvest Hope
  • STOP HUNGER NOW
  • Senior Resources
  • Meals on Wheels

Leadership Opportunities

The city of Columbia faces many challenges that can only be addressed through a strong volunteer base. Rotary is engaged in many operations throughout the city that require leadership. There is no better way to publicly demonstrate your personal and professional skills than to step up and take the lead of one of the club’s many service projects.

Networking Opportunities

Spring Valley Rotary attracts leaders from all major business and community sectors. Professionals from legal and financial services, real estate, healthcare, entertainment and education gather regularly, not only to serve the community, but to network with one another. Rotary provides a smart way to connect to the most prominent leaders in Columbia, as well as community leaders from 34,000 clubs around the world. Members are encouraged to conduct business together.

Special Events

Rotarians enjoy celebrating the good that is being done in the community. The members of Spring Valley Rotary participate in many special events and celebrations throughout the year in an effort to raise the visibility of good causes.

Exclusive Presentations

As one of the largest service clubs in the Columbia, Spring Valley Rotary attracts prominent guest speakers such as Governor Nikki Haley, Congressmen Clyburn, USC Basketball Coach Frank Martin, USC AD Ray Tanner, etc…. These exclusive presentations afford members an opportunity to interact with some of the major influencers in our community.

Meeting Time & Location

Thursdays @ 1pm Northeast Presbyterian Church 601 Polo Rd, Columbia, SC 29223

Speakers

Bernie Riedel

"Polio Update"

Nov 1st 2018 at 1:00 pm
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Harry Cromer

"My Experience in Iraq"

Nov 8th 2018 at 1:00 pm
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Jay Coles

Update on Carolina Wildlife Center

Nov 15th 2018 at 1:00 pm
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Debbie Zvejnieks, Certified Genetic Counselor, Palmetto Health

"Update on Genetics & Commercial Testing"

Dec 6th 2018 at 1:00 pm
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Upcoming Events