Find your inner power by helping others

Rotary Rolls in Mariposa Parades

Cleaning the

streets getting

ready for the

Classic Car Show and

Cruising Night!

Rotarians Partnering with World Access

World Access Project donates used, refurbished wheelchairs crutches, walkers, canes and other mobility equipment to impoverished people with disabilities throughout Mexico. Many of our Rotary Club members and their families travel to Mexico with World Access to help provide mobility, independence, and a better quality of life.

Clean Sweep Earth Day

in Mariposa


RYLA - Leadership Camp for High School Juniors                    

High School Interact Club                                                           

JC Fremont Clinic Garden Clean Up                                          
Shoe Project                                                            

Sober Grad Night

Rotary Speech Contest                         

Support for KRZY local radio      

Historic Plaque Project    

Adopt A Highway Clean Up

Third Grade Dictionary Project

Veterans Appreciation Day                        

HERO (Helping Everyone Recognize and Overcome)


Please read the guidelines and fill out an application

to be considered for our program

Click for:  GUIDELINES      


                    NONPROFIT APPLICATION

2017 - 2018 COMMUNITY GIVING as of July 6, 2017

$500 - CASA

$500 - Woodland Elementary School Catalina Marine Science Camp

$500 - Mariposa Arts Council for Music on the Green

2017 - 2018 DISASTER RELIEF -as of 9/14/2017

Provides relief to individuals and families impacted by a local natural disaster.



$250 – Mariposa Grizzly Band
$500 – Sierra Foothill Charter School -                  
$500 – Woodland Elementary School – Nature Bridge
$500 - Mariposa Storytelling Festival
$500 - KRZY Community Radio            
$200 - Mariposa Quarterback Club                          
$400 - Greeley Hill School Reading Program

$500 - Manna House  

$100 - Greeley Hill Garden Project      

$500 - Deputy Sheriff’s Association Kops for Kids   

$250 – Law Day in Yosemite National Park  

$250 - Middle School Math Camp

$250 – Butterfly Festival   

$1200 - Purchase students 4-H animals at the Mariposa County Fair

$400 - Mariposa Youth  Impact Mentoring Project


Do you know what we’re doing in our community—

and around the world?
Rotary members unite at home and across the globe to put our experience and knowledge to work tackling our most pressing challenges. We focus our efforts in six areas: promoting peace, preventing diseases, providing access to clean water and sanitation, enhancing maternal and child health, improving basic education and literacy, and helping communities develop.

We are especially dedicated to ending polio in our lifetimes. Rotary members have persevered in this fight since 1979 and have now helped eradicate polio in all but
two countries worldwide.

Third Grade Dictionary Project

Mariposa Yosemite Rotary Club  

Cara Goger from the

Mariposa Arts Council

receives a check for $500

from Jay MacDonald.