Paradise Rotary

People of Action, Rebuilding the Ridge

Annual Crab Feed Fundraiser

Lunch Meetings

Thursdays, Noon
Terry Ashe Park Rec. Center
6626 Skyway, Paradise, CA 95969

Please visit our Facebook page for the most up to date meeting information.

Member Portal

Members of the Rotary Club of Paradise can access the portal here: Rotary Member Portal

 

Learn About Rotary

How You Can Help

Rotary Club of Paradise’s Camp Fire Relief Efforts
  • Donate (by credit card) to the Paradise Rotary Foundation through our GoFundMe campaign. (Note: GoFundMe keeps 3% of your donation.)
  • Donate (write a check) to:
    Paradise Rotary Foundation
    45 Jan Court., Suite 170
    Chico, CA 95928

    The EIN for your tax records is: 26-2754805.

Join Our Club

Are you interesting in becoming more involved in the Paradise community and helping with the rebuild effort? The Rotary Club of Paradise may be the right fit for you. Read more about why Rotary is important and how it enriches the lives of our members by using the link below.

All Its Name Implies
A Documentary about Paradise and the Camp Fire

 

  • “All Its Name Implies” is directed by Ev Durán, who grew up in Paradise, and his love and intimate knowledge of his hometown shines through in every aspect of the film. This gives the viewer a unique, inside perspective on the town of Paradise, and what makes it so special.
  • By renting or purchasing this film, you are directly aiding the town of Paradise. 65% of all money raised will be donated to charities that benefit the people of Paradise and their rebuilding efforts. 

Club Projects & News

Award Ceremony for Camp Fire Shed Project

On Saturday October 31st an award ceremony was held during the Paradise Adventist outdoor service to honor Joelle Chinnock, Director of Disaster Recovery & Development, and her pivotal work in the coordination of the Camp Fire Shed Project. Spanning three rounds... read more

Camp Fire Shed Project Service

In response to the need on the Ridge for the secure storage of belongings, the Camp Fire Shed Project is once again in operation. This is the second round of construction, following the first last year. Paradise Rotarians, including President Tom Baker, helped with... read more

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