District 7950 is a group of 65 Rotary Clubs in Southeast Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands, and the state of Rhode Island. More than 2,000 women and men are members of these clubs, which range in size from about a dozen to over 80 members.
 
Our clubs are located in cities, suburbs and semi-rural communities. Members typically live and/or work in or near their club’s community.
 
The district’s sole purpose is to support and strengthen each club. We do that in three ways:
 
  • We develop and run exceptional training programs, so that clubs do not have to figure it all out for themselves – each year!
     
  • We organize and present events whereby Rotarians can develop goodwill and better friendships, and maybe learn a little something, as well.
     
  • And, we help clubs in their efforts to both further the work of the Rotary Foundation and the elimination of polio, through the support of Polio Plus
Our clubs provide opportunity for Rotarians to "give back" to their local communities and the world community through Rotary's guiding principle of "Service Above Self".
 
  • If you're a member of one of our clubs, this site offers useful resources on district policies and events.
     
  • If you're not a Rotarian but would like to learn more about one of world's most effective and enjoyable service organizations, click here