The Dunwoody Homeowners Association puts on a 4th of July parade each year in Dunwoody. Residents line the main boulevard of Dunwoody as floats and assemblies parade by. The estimate is 40,000 people participate in the event. After the parade a host of activities are available for people to enjoy, one of which is the Rotary Club of Dunwoody's Hot Dog Stand. We prepare and sell hotdogs, soft drinks, water, chips and an assortment of pastries. Left overs are donated to the local police and fire stations.
The Rotary Club of Dunwoody provides a book during the Christmas holidays for each student in the Title 1 schools we support – at present, Dresden and Kingsley Elementary. Age-appropriate books are selected by the school media center. We gave out about 1800 books in December 2017.
FODAC (Friends of Disabled Adults and Children) is an organization that collects used medical equipment and refurbishes it for distribution to people who can't afford to buy new.
Each year, the Rotary Club of Dunwoody joins the DeKalb Rotary Council (all the Rotary Clubs in Dekalb County) on a Saturday, in a project organized by the Rotary Club of North Atlanta to collect equipment for FODAC. In July 2018, we collected $250,000 in used medical equipment.