The Little Club That Does A Lot


We are the only Rotary Club in southern Alameda County for those who prefer to meet before they begin their business day.  We give our utmost effort to benefit our community, both locally and around the world, and have fun doing it.  Just to make sure we have fun, we usually schedule our first meeting of the month to be an informal social dinner to enjoy each other’s company and foster better friendships.


Our work is spread wide.  We support local service organizations that improve our community and mentor youth within the Irvington and Kennedy high school service areas.  


We partner with neighboring Rotary Clubs to perform local service projects for those in need and with Rotary International to combat hunger, improve health, promote literacy, and eradicate polio worldwide.  This is what “Service Above Self” is all about.  And of course, we have an awful lot of fun raising funds for our non-profit Foundation to make these great things happen.  Here are some examples of what we do.


Our Rotary Club was chartered in 2010, but we continue a long and successful heritage.  The Fremont Morning Rotary Club was formed and continues to build upon a merger of the Rotary Club of Warm Springs (chartered in 1988) and the Rotary Club of Fremont Sunrise (chartered in 1990).  A complete history of both Clubs and how we came together can be read here.