El Dorado Hills
Since 1990, the Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills is committed to supporting projects that promote health, well-being, and peace – locally and internationally.
Since its founding on October 24, 1990, the Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills has invested:
WE TRANSFORM COMMUNITIES
We average over 3,000 volunteer hours each year
WE SUPPORT OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY
More than $30,000 to support activities that enhance the quality of life for El Dorado Hills
WE FUND GLOBAL PROJECTS
More than $10,000 to Rotary International to support global projects
Help Us Create Lasting Change
Our members bring their experience in many areas to envision, design, and execute projects. And, most importantly put in the hands-on work often needed to complete a project.
Community financial support from our annual fundraisers such as the Crab & Tri-Tip Feed are critical to sustaining and expanding our outreach. We are grateful to be part of such a caring and generous community.
Our Annual Events
Crab & Tri Tip Feed
One of the Rotary Club's premier fundraising events, all proceeds will fund both local and international projects such as the EDH Teen Center, Jeff Mitchell Memorial Field and youth development efforts such as the High School Speech Contest, ORHS Interact Club, Student of the Month, Youth Exchange Program and High School Scholarships, and more.
Every week Rotarians come together locally and internationally to support projects that promote health, well-being, and peace. Join us at our weekly breakfast meetings which often include a guest speaker or presentation on topics important to our community. Attend in-person or online, Wednesdays at 7:15 am at the El Dorado Hills Community Services District Pavillion, 1021 Harvard Way.
Meeting ID: 997 087 9414
Phone-in: (669) 900-6833