What We Do
We are a large (over 100 members) Rotary Club and are associated through our District with over 70 Rotary Clubs in Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Louis Obispo and Kern counties. We were the first chartered club in the Conejo Valley in 1958. As a Rotarian you are not only a member of our club but part of a larger global network of volunteers who dedicate their time and talent to tackle a wide variety of humanitarian challenges.
Our club has impacted and continues to impact our community by leading efforts for such projects as helping to build the Dream Catcher Playground in CRPD, developing a state of the art dental clinic at the Conejo Free Clinic for the underserved in our community, providing grief counseling services at the Hospice of the Conejo for our Hispanic community, funding programs and housing start-ups for aging-out foster kids at James Storehouse, providing meals and care for our senior citizens at Senior Concerns, and the list goes on and on!
We also work to make the world a better place internationally. Our members have raised over a million dollars to fund hands-on projects such as hearing aids for children and seniors in Tijuana, maternal health care equipment and nurse training in India, training villagers in regions of Asia to develop an organic farm to feed the village and provide income to the villagers, to create clean drinking water for South American communities, Children’s Cancer Hospital in Tijuana, to immunize children against polio around the world and other life-changing projects world wide.
We save mothers and children
We provide clean water, sanitation & hygiene
We promote peace & reconciliation
We fight disease
We provide educational opportunities
for the underserved
We fight poverty
We provide disaster response
A list of just a few of the community programs we support:
Westminster Free Clinic
Conejo Free Clinic
Hospice of the Conejo
Ventura County Special Olympics
Manna Conejo Food Bank
Adelante Comunidad Conejo
My Stuffed Bags
Cancer Support Community
Lutheran Social Services