Welcome to Our Club

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.

Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.

We're proud of the contributions that the Rotary Club is making toward a better community here in Granada Hills and around the world.  Many of our members have traveled to places like Haiti, Thailand, and India where people are in much need. 

Here in our community, we hope you recognize our efforts to make this a better place to live.  


We welcome all who would like to join the effort and make our community a better place to live and work.             


Join a Project

Are you looking for a way to make a difference in your community or communities around the world? There’s a project happening that needs you.

Partner With Us

We in the Granada Hills Rotary Club, work with many organizations and individuals to ensure money and effort goes even further.

Discover With Us

Discover and celebrate diverse perspectives with a global organization.
Meeting Calendar
Lawrence McLaughlin & Dr. RK Chetty
Sep 20, 2018 12:00 PM
Flooding in Kerala, India
Flooding in Kerala, India

Beginning in July 2018, severe floods affected the south Indian state of Kerala, due to unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season.  It was the worst flooding in Kerala in nearly a century. Over 483 people died, 14 are missing.  At least a million people were evacuated, mainly from Chengannur, Pandanad, Aranmula, Aluva, Chalakudy, Kuttanad and Pandalam. All 14 districts of the state were placed on red alert.  According to the Kerala government, one-sixth of the total population of Kerala had been directly affected by the floods and related incidents.  The Indian government had declared it a Level 3 Calamity, or "calamity of a severe nature".  It is the worst flood in Kerala after the great flood of 99 that happened in 1924.

Mitch Englander
Sep 27, 2018 12:00 PM
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