Our motto is Service Above Self

UPDATE: ZOOM Meetings In Lieu of Weekly Luncheons

With the Shelter in Place order in California, we are holding our weekly Rotary gatherings online via Zoom.  

See Calendar for zoom meeting info
or contact President, Amy Neuman, to request
the meeting ID & passcode

Wednesdays, 12 noon

Please consider donating the $15 lunch fee (or whatever amount you may want to donate) to the Rotary Foundation

Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to support organizations and efforts that are working to beat COVID in our local San Leandro community.
Any and all support is welcomed and appreciated!

Interactors Are Active During School Remote learning

Interactors are some of the most creative people we know! Check out how Arroyo HS Interact leadership is introducing themselves to their members in Facebook


"Service Above Self"
On March 17, 2020, Rotarian Morgan Mack Rose had just started a new job. Feeling grateful to be employed, and wanting to do something to help those who weren't, she began volunteering every Friday morning at the San Lorenzo Food Pantry. Rotarians Dianne Dorn and Jesse Bowdle started to help too.

Community Win!

Thanks to the wonderful generosity of Noodles Pho Me, a Laotian restaurant here in San Leandro, the Rotary Club of San Leandro was able to deliver 52 delicious hot meals to low income San Leandro residents at Eden Housing.

Fuller Lodge and Fuller Gardens apartments. It’s great to see acts of kindness happening around us every day. This is what COMMUNITY is all about and our club is so happy to be a part of it. Thank you Cindy and Tong at Noodles Pho Me.


New Shoes for School Fundraiser

A big thank you to everyone that purchased a GrilleeQ BBQ meal to support the 6th Annual New Shoes for School fundraiser!

We sold out of to-go meals!! And a special thank you to all of the Rotarians who delivered meals throughout the San Leandro area and worked behind the scenes to make the fundraiser a success!

Rotary Club of San Leandro is creating opportunities for rural youth in communities across Honduras in partnership with The Rotary Club of Villa Real Tegucigalpa and San Leandro-based charity Educate2Envision.

Students that otherwise would have been forced into migration or trapped in the same cycle of poverty as their parents were instead given opportunities to gain new marketable skills. The Rural Youth Development Global Grant funded vocational training programs for aspiring carpenters, beauticians, firefighters, and barbers including internships in the hospitality and coffee industries that gave employment opportunities to high school-aged youth. Nearly 100 students attended entrepreneurship courses and participated in conferences led by Honduran professionals from various sectors ranging from the medical field to environmental conservation. These types of opportunities are rarely available to rural youth, so our Club was proud to play a crucial role in empowering the next generation of leaders in Honduras's most remote communities!

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