Rotary Club of Tustin – Santa Ana

District 5320 – Club #852 – Tustin, California USA – Orange County California’s First Service Club  Chartered March 31, 1920

The Rotary Club of Tustin – Santa Ana provides support to organizations that serve residents of  Tustin, Santa Ana and all of Orange County.  We also support many projects worldwide that exemplify “Service Above Self.”  Tustin – Santa Ana Rotary lunch meetings feature speakers on topics of interest to the business, service, and retired citizens.

Starting January 2020, our regular weekly club meetings are Thursdays at noon at the Santa Ana Elks Lodge Building.  Members are expected to attend at least two meetings a month. Other meetings, including Satellite Meetings are scheduled and will appear on the club calendar.

Become a Member of our Club
Joining Rotary is easy!  Our club is always looking for dedicated people that want to make a difference.  If you are considering a community service club that impacts the community, we would like to talk to you.   Please send a message to our Rotary Membership chair and joins us for lunch.   For more information about joining us click here.

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Tustin-Santa Ana Rotary Club helps out in Guatemala
The Rotary Club of Tustin-Santa Ana is participating in a literacy project in Guatemala designed to break the cycle of poverty in one of the poorest and most illiterate countries in the Americas. The project, involving Rotary Clubs from around the world, has impacted the lives of more than 200,000 children. It is focused in the highland areas of Guatemala, primarily serving the indigenous populations.
The project provides textbooks and computer labs to middle schools and reading material to elementary schools. It also includes training for teachers on how to best utilize these new teaching materials in their classes. The project is made self-sustaining through a user fee charged for textbooks and computer labs. That money is then used to replace materials after they have completed their useful service. Club members travel to Guatemala each year to deliver the materials and interact with the teachers and students.
The Guatemala Literacy Project (GLP) is one of the largest projects in the Rotary world and has been identified as the Gold Stand of literacy projects. for more info visit
Another great speaking engagement for Tustin - Santa Ana Rotarian and our former club president, Dick Anderson
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Love that his memory lives on!! 💜🎉💜🎉💜🎉💜🎉💜🎉💜

Tustin Santa Ana Rotary Club congratulates Leakhana Muth, of Foothill High School who received 1 of 5 Gerry Aust High School Scholarships for 2020. Luz will be Attending Cal State Long Beach.  Congratulations Leakhana!
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