The culture of the Rotary Club of Regina Industrial Parks is that of “a close knit family” that helps the disadvantaged in the city in a multitude of ways: 
Literacy (Raise a Reader at Albert School and Ignite Adult Learning Corp), Visitation House (safe place for women to get together), Sir Dance A Lot (prepare and serve hotdogs at dances for developmentally delayed adults), Salvation Army, RYLA camps, post-secondary scholarships for Regina students, Ovarian Cancer Support Group, and Muscular Dystrophy Canada.
The club also supports international projects like Polio Plus, The Rotary Foundation, Ripple Effect, ShelterBox and providing a technical school in Ghana with school supplies, tools and teaching materials.