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Senior Dinner Baking
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Rotarians at Work at Galvan Park
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The Rotary Club of Morgan Hill is where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change.

What about Rotary?

Now Accepting Community Grant Applications

Rotary Club of Morgan Hill is seeking local organizations to apply by February 28, 2023, for $22,000 in community grants to help fund philanthropic projects or programs.

Grants providing financial assistance to help organizations fulfill their missions are offered in two categories, “Community Grants” and “Hearts of Rotary.”

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Empowering Girls:
Independence through Hygiene

Rotary Club of Morgan Hill and Rotary District 5170 are #EmpoweringGirls to complete their education by providing feminine hygiene products to high schoolers in India.

In countries where feminine supplies are unattainable, young girls are held back from attending school during their cycle. This further disadvantages them socially and economically. Sanitary napkins empower these young girls by providing freedom to pursue their education and careers, which elevates their place in society.

Just $12 will help one girl stay in school and complete her education.

We Support Ukraine

Failure to act is not an option 


Rotary Club of Morgan hill encourages South Valley residents to help Ukrainian refugees receive meals thru World Central Kitchen

Thank you to Chuck Berghoff, Robin Shepherd, and Peter Anderson for the recommendation!


When You Join Us...

You can make a difference in your community. By adding your skills, experience, and enthusiasm to our club, you can advance communities at home and on a global scale. Together, we can provide scholarships, support local non-profits, and provide lasting global solutions to communities fighting disease, hunger, illiteracy, and poverty.

Some of Our Latest Projects

We collaborate with community leaders to work on projects that have a real, lasting impact on people’s lives. Below are just a few of our recent accomplishments. For more about our youth, senior and community projects click here. 

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Stewards of Galvan Park

Rotary Club of Morgan Hill (RCMH) adopted Galvan Park because it is in an underserved area of our community and was one of our first City-owned community parks. The RCMH was chartered in 1955.  Galvan Park was acquired by the City of Morgan Hill from The American Legion in 1962. Galvan Park has a long connection to the Rotary Club of Morgan Hill. Previously, the Club built a handball court, and improved the baseball diamond.  The RCMH also held its first Harvey Barrett Annual Free Senior Dinner for Morgan Hill seniors in 1987, at the Friendly Inn at Galvan Park, where the Boys and Girls Club is now located. 

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Morgan Hill Safe Exchange Zone

The Rotary Club of Morgan Hill (RCMH) is proud to partner with Morgan Hill Police Department to provide our community with a Safe Exchange Zone.

The Safe Exchange Zone consists of specific spaces in the MHPD public parking lot for community members to conduct private party transactions and safe child custody exchanges. The MHPD parking lot has been used for years, but now with dedicated and labeled spots and signage, the MHPD encourages online sellers and buyers to utilize the new Safe Exchange Zone.

Honoring High School Seniors

In an effort to recognize Morgan Hil high school seniors' accomplishments, the Rotary Club of Morgan Hill honors each class graduating from schools within the boundaries of the Morgan Hill Unified School District


Each year, over 50 banners are purchased and installed in the downtown area. 

Get Involved! 


The Rotary Club of Morgan Hill Endowment is a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to providing funds to the community at large for benevolent and/or philanthropic causes.


The heart of Rotary is our members, dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.

Rotary members share ideas, make plans, hear from the community, and catch up with friends during club programs that fuel the impact we make.


Year round our club offers exciting events that need sponsors like you. Your sponsorship makes it possible for our club to perform many service projects in our local community. 

If you are interested please contact the head of our sponsorship program Jan Dean at or if you already know what you are interested in download the form here.

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Jennifer Jones, Rotary International’s first female president, is the perfect leader to spread the word about the good Rotary does in the world and inspire its members to keep going. Rotary members know that caring for and serving others changes not only other people’s lives, but also our own.

Business That Give Back

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Learn More About Rotary International

Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

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