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Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly as a club to solve some of our community's toughest challenges.
The Livingston Sunrise Rotary began in 2004 and is one of 50 clubs in Rotary International District 7470 which serves Essex, Morris, Sussex, and Warren Counties.  Livingston Sunrise Rotary currently has 24 members with a wide range of careers, cultural backgrounds, interests, and skill sets. It is these differences, enhanced and reinforced by our shared commitment to service, that make LSR truly special. LSR warmly welcomes new members who would like to contribute to helping with local, national and international projects.
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“Whatever Rotary may mean to us, to the world it will be known by the results it achieves.”
—Paul P. Harris
The Livingston Sunrise Rotary raises funds to support a wide variety causes that help us maximize our local and global impact. The club raises funds through a variety of events and fundraisers including our annual Food Tasting and newly launched Duck Race.
Local causes supported include:
    Saint Barnabas Neonatal Care Unit
    Livingston High School Rotary Interact Club
    Livingston High School students scholarships
    The Dictionary Project (providing dictionaries to 3rd grade students in the Orange Public Schools)
    Livingston Monmouth Court Playground
    And many other deserving local causes.  

Livingston Sunrise Rotary believes that change begins locally but we also use our International Rotary connections to make change on a global level. In recent years we have helped victims of natural disasters in Haiti and Nepal. And provided the poorest children of the Dominican Republic with access to basic hygiene necessities, writing tools, school supplies, and toys.
We share Rotary International’s commitment to the eradication of Polio worldwide and contribute annually to Rotary International’s Polio Plus Fund. Through these donations, Rotarians have helped immunize more than 2.5 billion children against polio in 122 countries.