People of Action

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

We are People of Action. 

Celebrating 7 Years of Service
It's been 7 years since our revolutionary club chartered. Lucky #7. Thank you all for your continued service, support, dedication, and fellowship to SF Evening and Rotary International. Without you, our list of achievements would not be possible. Since August is Membership Month in Rotary, here's to our fabulous members! 
In these past 7 years, here are just a few of the things we've accomplished:
  •  $44,874 in giving to the Rotary Foundation
  •  Sponsoring the first ever LGBTQ club, the Rotary Club of San Francisco Castro
  •  Co-sponsoring the first community based Rotaract club, the Rotaract Club of San Francisco in partnership with the Rotary Club of San Francisco #2
  •  Co-sponsoring the Galileo Interact Club with the Rotary Club of Fisherman's Wharf
  •  More than 110 projects completed with over 3400 community service hours
  •  Over $7200 donated in student sponsorships for RYLA with 7 continuous years of SF Evening participation as staff and/or counselors
  •  Mixing cement by hand to build a bottle school in Guatemala and donating more than $2000 for supplies to build the school
  •  Partnering with the San Diego Coastal Club in Mexico to renovate an orphanage and build a home in a day for a homeless family
  • Over $2000 in donations to StoveTeam International, an organization that provides self-sustaining cookstoves in Latin American countries to replace dangerous open cooking fires
  •  $4000 to Larkin Street Youth Services to help with kitchen remodeling in one of their locations for homeless youth as well as cooking quarterly dinners 
  • Over $5000 to Next Village SF, an organization helping San Francisco's seniors age in place, with dignity and also helping purchase and supply emergency kit backpacks to their members
  • $1000 to help solve arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh, in partnership with Rotary Club of San Francisco West and Chemists Without Borders
  • 2 features in the Rotarian magazine 
  • Having our first Major Donor & first District Governor Nominee, Danielle Lallement
  • Being the change agent for Rotary clubs in San Francisco, the District, Zone, and RI. We threw out the rule book, made Rotary flexible for our members, added monthly socials, and became the first evening club in San Francisco.
And this doesn't include all we've achieved! Just imagine what we will do next! It is truly admirable what our club has been able to do for the San Francisco community and communities abroad. Your participation has made a global impact improving the lives of many. So to all our members, and on behalf of the Board of Directors, we'd like to say:
Thank you!
Club Information

We meet the 2nd & 3rd Wednesday's
Fish & Farm
424 Clay St
San Francisco, CA 94111
United States of America
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