Yes, we’re friendly. But we are also diverse and resourceful. Our members hail from every part of our sprawling city. We come from businesses, non-profit organizations, and local government. And we welcome you to learn more about us.
For more information about the Richmond Rotary Club, please contact Club President Oscar Garcia.
Richmond Rotary meets on Fridays, 12:30 – 1:30 PM at the Richmond Country Club unless otherwise specified.
ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS
March 16, 2024
Feast on delicious crabs while supporting the Salesian High School Interact Club.
Cocktails: 6PM. Dinner: 7PM
2851 Salesian Ave, Richmond
Tickets are $70 each or a discounted price of $630 for a table of 10.
Tickets must be purchased before March 8thContinue reading →
Richmond Rotarian, Tamara Shiloh received the Community Service Award at the NAACP Richmond Branch- 35th Annual Freedom Fund & Membership Awards- Elevate Richmond Masquerade Gala. Speakers included Rotarian WCCUSD Superintendent Kenneth Hurst, Sr.
Great job by the planning committee and congratulations to all the honorees! Our stunning Chief of Police Bisa French stole the Mardi Gras themed show.Continue reading →
BARSHEEP Sponsored by San Pablo Rotary Club on January 26. At El Agave Azul.
Good food, cocktail’s and definitely good company.
Meet the members of our neighboring rotary clubs: Berkeley, Albany, Richmond, San Pablo, Hercules, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, and Pinole.
In the first month of 2024, Richmond Rotary welcomed several new members from the community and local businesses.
On January 12, we welcomed Richmond Police Chief Bisa French. Membership Chair Yenny Garcia conducted the induction ceremony. Secretary Pam Jones pinned Bisa. Don Lau was honored to be her sponsor.
On January 26, we welcomed our new Corporate Members. From Chevron, team leader Brian Hubinger sponsored by Don Lau and from Sims Metal, team leader Jill Rodby sponsored by Oscar Garcia. Club President Oscar Garcia conducted the induction ceremony, and also inducted an individual member, Neville Guard sponsored by Jonathon Lawlis.
Richmond Rotarian Dr. Josh Rosales, Dr. Brian Hathcoat and Dr. Stephen Schwarcz of The Tanita Peres Clinic had a very busy January.Continue reading →
Don Lau and Yenny Garcia (BAGC Board member) stopped by Bay Area Girls Club to drop off a check to support their upcoming Men Who Cook fundraiser on April 14.
They had an opportunity to visit with the young women who were assisting with doing inventory for the Multicultural Bookstore. Thanks BAGC Executive Director Tiffany Harris for your work in the community.
Rotarians at Work!Continue reading →
On January 25th, Don Lau had opportunity to drop off a check from Richmond Rotary and visit with the Children’s Art Studio Richmond. He visited with Director Maria Tuttle and sat in on group reading time and observed their art projects.
Maria is also working with Peres K-8 School to do a prekinder program. Richmond Rotary funding was for art supplies.Continue reading →
Richmond Rotary was proud to partner with the Annual Richmond Fire and Police Toy and Food program by providing bikes. Thanks to retired Fireman Rod Woods for starting the program in 1989. Over 50 volunteers providing holiday smiles to 500 families.
When Santa needs backup, we go hard! There are so many people to thank for the success of today’s Fire and Police Toy Program giveaway.
Special thanks to our tireless board coordinators, Richmond Firefighters Local 188, the Richmond Police Officers Association , Chevron, Target, and the Richmond Rotary, City of Richmond Staff, the Richmond Fire Youth Academy & Richmond Explorer Post 110, and a host of community partners.