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Get involved in the Rotary Club of Sacramento! You can help to accomplish humanitarian missions around the world, gain professional development and join a network of Club members supporting our mission to do good in our communities and beyond.

Rotary Service Opportunities

Weekly Meetings

  • Greeters – Welcome members and guests
  • Wine Reception Sponsors – Provide and pour wine at meetings
  • Piano/Music – Play piano at meetings
  • Meeting Sponsors – Businesses or organizations can sponsor meetings
  • Thought for the Day – Provide short inspirational talks at meetings


  • Pulse Newsletter Reporter- Report on meeting happenings
  • Rotary International Blogger– Create articles to engage Rotarian’s around the world
  • Social Media Ambassador – Post Rotary updates on social media
  • Cell Phone Photographer – Take informal pictures during Club events
  • Website – Assist office staff in keeping Club website up-to-date

Club Service

  • Member Recognition – Keep track of Rotarians being recognized in the community
  • One Day Community Service Projects, aka “Paint The Town” – Beautify our community by working on various, hands-on local projects

Community Service

  • Academic Scholarships – Evaluate applications, choose recipients and present awards
  • Blood Drive – Give blood to meet local needs
  • High School Speech Contest – Serve as a judge for the Annual Rotary Speech Contest
  • Loaves and Fishes- Prepare and serve meals for local homeless
  • Rotary Foreign Exchange Students – Coordinate high school foreign exchange students
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) – Locate potential candidates for awards
  • International Service – Write grant applications for projects
  • Youth Incentive Program (YIP) – Serve as a mentor to an at-risk youth and support them in graduating from high school and college
  • Community Grants – Review grant requests for funding
  • Service Above Self Award – Honor local law enforcement officers who have distinguished themselves and gone above and beyond the call of duty


  • Literacy – Work on a variety of literacy driven community programs
  • Reading Partners – Volunteer one hour a week in a local elementary school to read to and mentor student
  • Dictionary Distribution – Distribute dictionaries to local 3rd graders
  • Walk 4 Literacy – Walk to support the Sacramento Public Library Foundation each October


  • Compassion – Reach out to Club members who are ill or have lost someone close to them
  • Membership Recruitment – Help recruit new members
  • Member Retention – Reach out to members to offer support
  • New Member – Orient and serve as a mentor to a new member
  • Young Professionals – Organize recruitment events to recruit young professionals

Themed Meetings

  • Armed Forces Day – Honor Armed Forces members and their families at a meeting
  • Brown Bag Days – Host a workplace Brown Bag lunch meeting
  • Daughters’ Day – Plan Daughters’ Day – Event occurs annually in December
  • Sons’ Day – Plan Sons’ Day – Event occurs annually in the summer

Fundraising Community Events

Small Group Meetings

  • Fireside Meetings – Coordinate meetings in Club member homes
  • Mystery Trip – Coordinate an annual trip to a surprise destination
  • Networking Nights – Coordinate meetings at local bars and restaurants
  • Ski Trip – Coordinate an annual trip to a local ski resort
  • Softball Team – Play on the Sacramento Rotary Club team
  • Dinner/Theater Nights – Coordinate local social outings