Who We Are & What We Do
The Rotary Club of Granite Bay is a member of Rotary International, a worldwide service organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary Clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Chartered April 1, 1984, our club represents a broad spectrum of people, businesses and professions, as well as the diversity of our community.  Many members live beyond Granite Bay- EVERYONE is welcome. The Club is transitioning from weekly lunches and one evening social to a mix of in-person and online meetings and socials. Our meetings provide fellowship, food, and stimulating programs dealing with topics ranging from local interest to global importance.
The Rotary Club of Granite Bay has made significant and lasting contributions to our community. We constructed a 1,200 square foot sports equipment storage facility and purchased and installed the concrete benches for the Granite Bay High School Quadrangle. At Cavitt Jr High School, our club completed a $150,000 project consisting of three baseball/soccer fields and a par course. In addition to building an outdoor luncheon area for the students of Greenhills Elementary School, the club constructed and landscaped two $80,000 Rotary picnic areas, shelters, and barbecue projects; one for the Granite Bay Community Park and a second similar project for Ron Feist Community Park. A third project, constructing and installing two 70-seat, permanent metal bleachers for the softball fields at Granite Bay Community Park, was completed in April of 2012.
Internationally, the Rotary Club of Granite Bay set a worldwide small club per capita record in 1989 by donating $100,000 to Rotary's Polio Plus Project dedicated to wiping out polio worldwide. In 2009, the Club has completed an additional three-year, $10,000 commitment to help Rotary International finalize this ambitious project.
Each year our annual Christmas Basket Program, conducted in conjunction with the Eureka School District and the Kiwanis Club, delivers over 6,000 food and gift items (from frozen turkeys and canned food to gift cards and bicycles) to over 100 families who would otherwise have gone without.
In collaboration with  the Wheelchair Foundation, we have donated 2 cargo containers full of wheelchairs, as well as several motor vans to transport both wheelchairs and patients to medical service locations in Mexico, and have completed a  Blood Project in Africa, a Dental Project in New Guinea, &  Safe Water Filtration Projects in Peru and Africa.
As  project leader, The Rotary Club of Granite Bay, together with three other area Rotary clubs, raised $50,000 to donate a Trauma/Neuro Intensive Care room which was dedicated as The Rotary Room at our local Sutter Roseville Regional Trauma Center.
Come join us in serving our community with heart.
Our Granite Bay Rotary Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity Foundation (45-4562868).