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Community Service

Community service is work done by a person or group of people that benefits others. It is often done near the area where you live, so your own community reaps the benefits of your work. You do not get paid to perform community service, though sometimes food and small gifts, like a t-shirt, are given to volunteer

The Rotary Club of North Fresno Endowment Foundation has given $2,500.00 to Wings Advocacy of Fre

Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission

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Join North Fresno Rotary members as we celebrate our Club's founding in 1948.

On April 30, 1948, the Rotary Club of Fresno voted to sponsor a new club in north Fresno, and appointed Past President Harry Michell to head a Committee to carry out the project. by May 19, 1948, Dr. Mitchell reported to then District Governor Kelly that 20 leading business and professional men located in the proposed territory and expressed a desire to become charter members of a new Rotary Club.

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All incoming Fresno State freshman, transfer and graduate students are invited to official University welcome celebration as you begin your journey of becoming a Bulldog for Life! ????

Don't miss the Bulldog Bash after-party immediately afterwards in the Student Rec Center with food, games, music and important resource information!

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$8.00 each

Fundraiser for CAP

 

Date: March 29, 2019

Pick up time: Set your time between 11am- 2pm

Location: 1040 N. Pleasant Ave. Fresno, Ca. 93728

Contact: Comprehensive Addiction Program (559)264-5096

 

Ronette Thomas (Activity Coordinator) – (559)904-9309

Email: rthomas@caprehab.org

 

Please place your orders by Wednesday 3/27/19

Includes: 32 oz bowl of Pozole, sides which include onion, cabbage, and lemon & a drink

The Marjaree Mason Center is excited to announce #MMCTopTen Honorees!  Congratulations to this ta

Award Winning True Story of hope and transformation for seemingly hopeless street gang youth.
Now live streamed on dovechannel.com.

What We Do

THE OBJECT OF ROTARY is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:

The Food Security Project was created in August 2014, and officially launched in November 2014, to find ways to support our current Fresno State students experiencing food insecurity or other challenges. Fresno State Public Health faculty member, Alida Espinoza, conducted research through her masters thesis about food insecurity at Fresno State.

One of the best things at Fresno State is our focus on student's education and their physical needs.  The campus understands that if a student is only focuses on where their next meal is coming from... they are unlikely to be able to study, learn, and reach their full potential.

Hear first hand from people who have recovered from the lifestyle of homelessness; what helped them while they were on the streets and what kept them on the streets longer. Hear from some of Fresno's front running leaders who have dedicated their lives to the cause of helping people change their lives.

North Rotarian Michael Grannis is a member of RealChangeFresno.org and presented their mission and goals on Thursday March 30, 2017.

Learn more at RealChangeFresno.org.

MARCH MATCH UP CAMPAIGN TIPS OFF IN BATTLE AGAINST STUDENT HUNGER

[UPDATE March 14, 2017: Treviño family pledges additional $32,000 in matching funds to March Match Up campaign: bit.ly/FSN-MarchMatchUp17Trevino] 

Fresno State’s March Match Up campaign that benefits the Student Cupboard kicked off Wednesday with two community partners teaming up to help battle student hunger issues.

The Stone Soup is also a trusted cultural resource to Hmong refugee families as well as a broader community seeking to embrace its diverse residents. From local families to organizations looking to improve cross-cultural relationships, we remain committed to keeping aware of real and current needs. 

North Fresno Rotary’s Youth Service Director Mike Rabara organized this year’s Christmas Lunch at Lowell Elementary.

Veterans Day 2016

In the fall of 1900, Paul P. Harris met fellow attorney Bob Frank for dinner on the north side of Chicago. They walked around the area, stopping at shops along the way. Harris was impressed that Frank was friendly with many of the shopkeepers.

In a 2012 study by faculty member Alida Espinoza, it was found that approximately 31% of Fresno State students surveyed were found to be food insecure.

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