Welcome to the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks!
Fair Oaks
We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:00 PM
8990 Kruitof Way
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
United States of America
Join us for Social/Dinner at 6:00 pm - Meeting starts at 7:00 pm.

Please Help Support Our Community!

Become a Rotary Sponsor for $100, $250, $500 or $1,000 and we will help recognize and promote you or your business, while using 100% of your donation to support youth, seniors, disaster victims and similar service projects locally and beyond.  
We, of course, gratefully accept donations of any amount! Use the link below to send any amount, or see any Fair Oaks Rotarian to donate in person.
What Have We Been Up To?
Our club would like to thank residents of All Seasons - Residential Assisted Living of Orangevale, and the members of our club who helped to produce gift bags consisting of underwear, hand warmers, toothbrushes, toothpaste, washcloths, mouthwash, flashlights, soap and 1st aid supplies on Jan 29th. These gift bags were distributed on Jan 31st by the Homeless Assistance Resource Team (HART of Orangevale and Fair Oaks) at the Fair Oaks Library to needy residents from our area. This was a wonderful example of cooperation between our club, the residents of All Seasons and those people who donated the giveaway items! Thank you!! Community service is at the heart of what we do!
Students from the Fair Oaks Junior Rotary Club, known as Interact, were among the many volunteers working the water aid station at Mile 10 in Old Fair Oaks on Sunday morning, December 3 for the California International Marathon. 
More than 9,600 athletes participated. That's a lot of water to serve the runners as they speed by. Volunteers started at 5:30 am to set up the thousands of water cups needed and worked until 11 am to clean up. 
Cordova High School's cross country team lead by Josh Gruver sponsors the Mile 10 aid station with help from both Bella Vista and Cordova Interact clubs. 
Sacramento hosts this event each year. It is a qualifying event for the Boston Marathon. Special this year was that it also served as an Olympic Event Qualifier as well.
Rotarians were at it again, creating fun and happiness, while putting joy on the faces of little ones.  On October 27th, the community of Fair Oaks held the annual Safer Halloween in Old Fair Oaks Village.  This is an event where children 'trick or treat' their way through the shops of the village, and Fair Oaks Rotarians, dressed as various characters, provide candy and frivolity for all.  For two hours, from 11am to 1pm, the village is full of strange looking creatures, both big and small, that turn trick-or-treating into a family event.  The Rotary Club of Fair Oaks provided the candy, as well as the characters to make this event happen.  Our club looks forward to this event every year!
Members of the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks gave their time and energy, on the morning of October 7th, to help make DfG pads to be delivered to young women in Mozambique.  Days for Girls International, is an organization founded by Celeste Mergens in 2008, that supplies menstrual cycle kits for women in developing countries.  At this event at the Maidu Center in Roseville, over 150 new DfG kits were created from materials donated by local merchants, so that young women in Mozambique can feel good about themselves.
On Friday, September 15th, Fair Oaks Rotarians were out in force to support the Women's Empowerment Graduation & Luncheon.  This is a yearly event in which local women, who have overcome diversity in their life, graduate from the program where they learn the skills to move forward in life, to become the best they can be.  Fair Oaks Rotary is so proud to support these women, and help provide a memorable occasion upon graduation that they will never forget!