Rotary Club of Great Falls is a member of Rotary International, an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.  PolioPlus, The Rotary Foundation's work in conjunction with the United Health Organization, UNICEF and most recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, have worked diligently toward the worldwide goal of eradicating polio.

 Members of Rotary Club of Great Falls support PolioPlus with their personal designated contributions and specifically identified fundraising efforts. Rotary Club of Great Falls' primary community service project is to provide and maintain Camp Rotary as a place for Montana Youth and others to engage in healthy, educational and mentoring opportunities in a summer camp environment. In addition, the Rotary Club of Great Falls has been a long standing supporter of many community projects; in earlier years financially supporting the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, The C M Russell Museum, The Mental Health Center, NeighborWorks Learning Center, and Great Falls Symphony Youth Orchestra Scholarships.    "Service Above Self" is the principal of all Rotarians; with that motivation, and, with the assistance of others, hundreds of children will continue to experience nurturing camp outings in the safe protection of Camp Rotary in the Little Belt Mountains.