Ronald McDonald House

A group of Menlo Park Rotarians volunteered and cooked a delicious meal for the families staying at Ronald McDonald House this week. These families have children with life-threatening illnesses receiving treatment at the hospital. The meal was much appreciated

Rotary Youth Leadership
Our Interact club at Eastside Prep completing their toy drive, loading up the truck, getting ready for delivery to Ecumenical Hunger for distribution. There will be a lot of happy children! Job well done!!

Dictionaries Program 
‚ÄčOur club members gave out dictionaries to 3rd graders today. This project is part of our Rotary District's campaign to get dictionaries into the hands af all 3rd graders in Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties.

Youth exchange Program 
May 2,2015
First day of Rotary District Conference in Anaheim... A day of inspirational speakers and recognition of the good work of Rotary clubs in District 5150. The Rotary Club of Menlo Park received awards in Youth Service, Community Service, Club Adminstration and Vocational Service so far. More awards coming..

Second Harvest Food Bank.
Members of the Rotary Club of Menlo Park had a productive day volunteering at the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Salvation Army
Rotary Club members volunteer as bell ringers for the Salvation Army.






RYLA leadership Program 
All the Rotary Clubs that sponsored students to the RYLA leadership training program were recognized at the Rotary District Conference this weekend. The Rotary Club of Menlo Park sponsored 9 students. The RYLA program is a week long leadership camp where students learn skills about how to become better leaders, build better friendships, and how to actively apply what they have learned at camp to their lives, schools, and communities

Toys at the holiday
Our toy drive collected lots of gifts for the children at the Menlo Park Boys and Girls Club.

Rotary College Day 
The Annual Rotary College Day was held at Menlo College today to inspire Garfield School 7th grade students to attend college. Many of these 7th graders have never been on a college campus, and this was an opportunity for them to visit a small private college first hand. They got to explore the bookstore, a dormitory room, the library, the gym and weight room, and visit a lecture in progress. Menlo College student leaders escorted and interacted with them during their visit. Parents also attended and got to speak with faculty members and financial aid specialists to better prepare them with the process of college admission.