Club Information

Rancho Santa Fe

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club
5827 Via De La Cumbre
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
United States of America
Currently meeting via Zoom video conferencing. Reach out to join us at:
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Past President
Executive Secretary/Director
Treasurer/Pres. Nominee/Programs Co-Chair
Sergeant at Arms
RSF Rotary Foundation Chairman & Director
Community Service Co-Chair & Director
Community Service Co-Chair & Director
Newsletter/Website/Anti-Human Trafficking & Director
Membership Chair
Anti-Human Trafficking Co-Chair
Grants Chair & Director
Programs Co-Chair & Director
Social Chair Director
RSF Rotary Foundation Co-Chair
News and Events for Rotary Club of Rancho Santa Fe

STOLEN: A Year-long Investigation Into Child Sex Trafficking & Exploitation

STOLEN explains why the illicit child sex market thrives in San Diego County and across the U.S., while chronicling the strength of survivors, their families, and advocates working to break that destructive cycle and reclaim their stolen lives.  View the series at your leisure from the link above and start with THE TRAILER STOLEN.
We understand that you may have questions regarding school closures, personal illness, you or a family member having been exposed to the coronavirus, and/or the government has urged you to remain in isolation due to your risk profile.  The links below are available for information that  may be of assistance and a way to help your community during these difficult time.
Help Your Community Safely with COVID-19  California Volunteers (Office of the Governor)
Rancho Santa Fe Rotary "Pick to Give" Oranges delivered to local food pantries on Saturday May 23rd.
Rancho Santa Fe Rotarians and Friends spending the day with children at the Kids Kingdom Orphanage (El Reinos de Los Ninos) in Manadero, Mexico.  Club members quickly raised funds to purchase 3 new washing machines and 1 new dryer to replace old machines on their last legs, running 24/7.  "This has been an amazing gift and a huge blessing", said Director and Founder, Tomas Shocky.
Educated Parents
Parents who are educated can wage a worthy defense against potential recruitment and exploitation of their youth on online.
Parents may read about various populations and less popular sites to learn more about how to protect their child.
Parents that work to build healthy, open and communicative relationships are more likely to have youth that share information about where they go and who they talk to online.
PROTECT, which stands for PRevention Organized TEducate Children on Trafficking, is a joint collaboration between three non-profit organizations, 3Strands Global FoundationFrederick Douglass Family Initiatives, and Love Never Fails, in partnership with the California Department of Education and the Office of the Attorney General for the State of California. The focus of the program is not only to educate adults and children about human trafficking, but empower them to identify signs of trauma as a means of preventing exploitation. Trauma and trafficking are inherently connected, and in order for us to really understand how this impacts our community we must all come together to learn more about it. The more we know, the more we can keep ourselves and others safe.
Great Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy Training from 3SGF Regional Director at PROTECT and the Deputy District Attorney for Sex Crimes & Human Trafficking Division in San Diego County.
EBAY – Wednesday is the Third Wednesday every week. Bring in items to our weekly meetings -  We will sell on Ebay the proceeds will benefit Future Legends