North Rotarian Michael Grannis is a member of RealChangeFresno.org and presented their mission and goals on Thursday March 30, 2017.
RealChangeFresno.org offers a new approach to ending homelessness and hunger in Fresno and the surrounding communities.
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.
North Fresno Rotarians teamed up once again to donate to Fresno State’s Clothing Closet inside of Thomas Administration in the Career Services Department.
The 2017-2018 theme, Rotary: Making a Difference, was announced at Rotary's International Assembly in San Diego, California, USA, on January 16, 2017.
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.
Since 2005, the North Fresno Rotary has established a working relationship with the Rotary club from the city of Gyumri, Armenia.
A Meaningful Move-In Day
His donation was made to the California Foundry History Museum in Micke Grove Park in Lodi California. His collection totals over one hundred pieces and is currently in storage until museum space can be acquired. The web page for the museum is www.foundryhistory.org.