Welcome to the Rotary Club of Burbank Sunrise! We are a non-profit service club actively involved in humanitarian efforts in our community and the world! Come to one of our meetings and see what we are all about. 
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"Great things happen when good people come together." Paul Harris

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Holiday Inn
150 E. Angeleno
Burbank, CA 91502
United States of America
**Due to the COVID crisis, we are holding weekly Zoom meetings. Contact burbanksunriserotary@gmail.com for more information.
Home Page Stories
Burbank Sunrise is proud to support Sunland Tujunga Rotary with their meeting on Surviving Polio & Post Polio Syndrome during Rotary End Polio Week!
The Burbank Noon and Sunrise clubs partnered to give out books to students at Washington Elementary School. The students TK to 5th grade were given a book and a book mark at this drive-thru event. Imagine the doors you open when you give a child a book!!

Congratulations to our newest member Lynette who was inducted by District Governor Bette Hall at her Zoom Visit to our club. She has already hit the ground running and we are excited to have her!
In honor of International Peace Day, Sunrise Rotary put together Smile Bags for 20 families transitioning into housing from homelessness. The bags contained hygiene items, laundry soap, clothing, and gift cards, as well as homemade smile cards with personal and inspiring messages. We delivered the bags to Family Promise of the Verdugos. 
The Rotary Clubs of Burbank Noon and Sunrise partnered with UME Credit Union to collect food for our local pantry, the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, at our Drive Thru Food Drive on Saturday August 29th. It was an amazing success!! We had 113 cars come through with donations and filled 7 trucks with food!! Plus we received over $1600 in cash, checks, and gift cards!! A special shout out to the Sunland/Tujunga/Shadow Hills Rotary Club for supporting our efforts!!! The community response was spectacular and we hope to do this again in November! 

Come out and help the Rotary Clubs of Burbank and the UME Credit Union fill the pantry for the Burbank Temporary Aid Center!!!! 
Rotary District 5280 had a donation drive for young Marine families at Camp Pendleton. Burbank Sunrise, did their part to help out! The VFW helped out too filling a truck of their own. We donated gently used baby items, bedding, clothes, diapers, food, and Target gift cards!! The items were trucked down to the Warrior Warehouse at Camp Pendleton, which is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Camp Pendleton. Our District donated enough items to fill 4 box trucks!

What do Burbank Sunrise Rotarians do when it’s 100 degrees and they’re bored?? They go fill our tiny libraries!! Thank you Lee and Maye!!

We are excited for the new Rotary year with the theme Rotary Opens Opportunities! It does indeed as Rotary provides us with many opportunities to serve and make life better for others. Rotary International President Holger Knaack, from the Rotary Club of Herzogtum Lauenburg-Mölln in Germany, explains that Rotary’s many opportunities enrich our own lives as well as those in the communities we serve. 

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