"Service Above Self"
Service is at the heart of what it means to be a Rotarian.
Over the years, our dedicated members have raised and distributed over $2 million dollars to nonprofit organization in our local community, as well as internationally. We host annual events to support and serve our community including the Tri-Valley Turkey Burn run/walk on Thanksgiving morning, and our A Starry Night fundraising gala.
Check out these photos of some of the local community and international projects we've worked on.
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Landscaping outside of the animal rescue adoption center.
Organizing clothing supplies at the women's shelter. We also provide assistance with general maintenance and renovations.
The PNR team working hard to create an outdoor learning space for Sunflower Hill's occupational training for individual with disabilities.
Delivering a $10k donation to Hively to assist with their efforts to feed struggling families during COVID. In addition, we helped delivered the food packages and collecting food, warm clothing and toys for the winter season.
Building an outdoor playset for a child with terminal illness.
Cooking dinner at a Berkeley Shelter.
Delivering wheelchairs in Tulancingo, Mexico.
Making a donation to Seek-and-Save to help urban youth.
Packing meals for children and families in underdeveloped countries or local cities in crisis.
Organizing food donations at Davis Street's food pantry.
Collecting books to be shipped to Kenya to promote literacy.
Collecting winter coats for those in need through Sacred Heart Community Service.
Sharing our love for Rotary at a community volunteer fair.
We host a youth exchange program to send and receive high school students to experience other parts of the world.
Our annual 5k/10k walk/run on Thanksgiving morning, benefits youth programs.
Decorating Rotary's downtown park for the holiday season.
PNR showing our Christmas cheer! We also float down the Pleasanton Veteran's Day Parade.
Serving dinner for around 300 vets and volunteers at East Bay Stand Down, a military camp-style event to provide much needed assistance to at-risk veterans in the Bay Area.
In addition to silent auction prizes, ASN is a fun night of dining, dancing, mingling and giving for a selected nonprofit as well as the PNR Foundation to help fund grants and service projects.
Outstanding youth being recognized for their contributions. Rotary Youth Leadership Awards can take place over an evening, a weekend retreat or a week-long camp.
Serving coffee at a pancake breakfast for our community, veterans and active military. Followed by assembling care packages for active military.