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.  

Wednesdays, 12noon
Please contact President, Amy Neuman, for
meeting ID & passcode

New Shoes for School Drive

We are supporting Lee Thomas & GrilleeQ in collecting donations and new shoes for the New Shoes for School Drive. This is San Leandro Rotary's 4th year (Lee's been doing it for 6 years) and normally we have it at the Little Brown Church. Due to COVID, we've changed it to a Grab-n-Go experience. In exchange for $20 donation or a brand new pair of shoes, you will be fed by Master Chef Lee Thomas from GrilleeQ! Because of social distancing requirements, after you RSVP we will send you a time slot of when to pick up your food.

You can RSVP two ways:

  1. go to EVENTBRITE and donate $20 now OR
  2. send an email to newshoesforschooldrive@gmail.com (so we have your email)

The RSVP is very helpful because it tells us how much food to prepare and we'll have your email to send you your time slot.

Our club continues its partnership with Eden Housing.
We provided face masks to more than 200 low income seniors in San Leandro.
We are all in this together!
Congratulations to the 2020 Rotary of San Leandro Scholarship Recipients

Our Club awarded $6,000 in scholarships to the following students:

Arroyo High School

Alyssa Celzo (UC Riverside -- Biology)
Brandon Louie (UC Berkeley -- Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)


Michael Yan (Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania)
Rachel Lee (UC Irvine -- Nursing)

Alice Dao (Univ. of Southern California -- Computer Science)

Sophia Bansil (Berkeley City College)

Thank You Port Science Day Volunteers!
Thank you Community Resources for Science and volunteers from Port of Oakland, San Leandro Rotary, San Leandro Education Foundation, and Federal Aviation Administration for making Port Science Day possible. Thank you for making a difference in our community!
San Leandro Rotary 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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The Rotary 4-Way Test

(of the things we think, say or do)

Thanks to Esther Prichett for the 4-Way Test graphics!
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