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

Rotary Club of San Leandro 2020-2021 grants now OPEN

Did you know that the Rotary Club of San Leandro has a community grants program?

Every year we award grants to non-profit 501c3 organizations that provide valuable programs and services to San Leandro residents. Grants range in size but generally do not exceed 5K.

Find our grant guidelines and the application here.

Thank you all for supporting our drive-thru Shrimp Boil Fundraiser!

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

Rotary Will Mark Historic Progress Toward A Polio-Free World!

Rotary Clubs Around The World Unite On  World Polio Day, 24 October

District 5170 will be uniting and taking action on World Polio Day to raise awareness, funds, and support to end polio, a vaccine-preventable disease that still threatens children in parts of the world today.   

Service and Generosity

Noodles Pho Me came through once again by donating hot meals to low income older adults in San Leandro. It’s such a pleasure to partner with Tong and Cindy to bring delicious meals to those in need in our city. Thank you for your service and generosity!

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!

We Are Rotary,
We Are People of Action



The Rotary 4-Way Test

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