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District 5230 Clubs in Zone 25/26

Established many years ago (1987-1989) as a non-profit corporation to benefit the local community, the Endowment Fund attempts to assist worthwhile projects and efforts in Fresno and Madera County.

Caglia Environmental’s mission is to preserve and protect the environment through the use of advanced recycling technologies and state-of-the-art disposal facilities. As a member of the greater Fresno-Clovis community, we are active supporters of local philanthropic organizations, like Rotary, a tradition established by our founder, the late Frank S. Caglia, over 80 years ago.

I support rotary because it is a way to become better involved with fellow business leaders and my community.

Contact Us

Contact us at n.fresno.rotary@gmail.com or use our contact page.

Visit Us

North Fresno meets at 12PM noon on almost every Thursday at Tornino's Banquets on Blackstone Avenue, just North of Shaw Avenue.

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 Rotary Club of North Fresno is a volunteer organization whose members act to create sustainable change in our community and around the world.

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.

North Fresno Rotary (NFR) is proud to present the results of our 13 volunteers--11 Rotarians plus two local artists--worked on this project to place 3 Little Free Libraries around Fresno to promote literacy.