Rotary QI - Quick Impacts Info & Sign-Up

In Person Service Opportunities

Opportunities for Service and Fellowship

Looking for an opportunity to make a positive difference in our community? Sign up for a Rotary ‘Quick Impact’ by yourself and/or with family/friends. These are service projects that are only a few hours in duration with a small group. Keep an eye on our website for regular updates as well.

  • Have a passion for helping youth see a new path forward?
  • Want to help Rotary raise funds?
  • Join fellow Rotarians, family, friends for a Quick Impact service project.
  • Great opportunity for fellowship and to introduce prospective members!
  • Click on links below for more information and to sign-up.

Questions? Contact RCAQuickImpacts@gmail.com

QI in Action - Annapolis GreenScape (Apr 22, 2023)

This year, the Rotary Club of Annapolis teamed with students from Eastport based Seeds4Success and the Hillsmere Garden Club to improve the front garden of the Hillsmere Library with native plants and bushes supplied by Annapolis's GreenScape program. GreenScape is an Annapolis City and community partnership investment of beautification, clean-up, and planting in public spaces through the city.  For 30 years, hundreds of projects have been initiated and adopted by individuals, community groups and neighborhood associates. 

Hillsmere Library was chosen for this project because it is the location where the Seeds4Success students meet weekly with their tutors and mentors.



Lydia Hohman and Elaine Shanley led a very successful Quick Impacts project Saturday working on the garden at Hillsmere Community Library with 4 other Rotary volunteers, Seeds 4 Success volunteers and kids as well as the Hillsmere Garden Club. GreenScape from the Parks and Recs department provided the plants. 

QI in Action - STEM (May 14, 2022)

THANK YOU to our Fellow Rotarians who helped with the Let’s Go Boys and Girls STEM Fair in the Robinwood community on Saturday. May 14, 2022: Luisa Gil, Helene Raven, Kevin Hurley, Lorie Stout, Carol Gausz, Anne Wolfe. We had the pleasure of working with some curious young people as they built a water bottle vacuum, propeller helicopter, magnetic wooden car and learned how to use a model and decision tree to identify different types of turtles and learned how it applied to possible career options in engineering, physics, and marine biology. Thanks also to Lorie Stout for bringing some of the STEM books from the Little Free Library’s ‘stash’ for students to enjoy!