Welcome to the Rotary District 5180 Website!

Rotary is a leadership organization made up of local business, professional, and other community members. Rotary District 5180 has about 40 clubs and encompasses the Sacramento, Sutter, Yuba County with parts of Butte, El Dorado, Placer, and Yolo counties.

We meet regularly, get to know each other, form friendships, and through that, we’re able to help our communities to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, and promote peace under the motto Service Above Self. 
 


 

 

Governor's Message 

 
 
 
Dear Rotarians, 
 
We are now in the final month of our Rotary year where we all committed to Be the Inspiration. Our celebrations for the year have ended, and I think it has brought us all closer together as Rotarians, as clubs, and as a district. 
What I hoped would happen this year is that we look back and know we made a difference and that each of us would be even prouder than ever to be a Rotari-an...if that is possible. 
 
The conference this year was a smashing success according to many of those who attended. The enthusiasm, energy, pure joy, gratitude, and tears were palpable. The success of the clubs and their leaders, from my view, was the most satisfying experience of my service in Rotary. 

Our willingness to look to new ways to achieve our vision to create lasting changes around the globe, in our communities and in ourselves was inspiring. As I move on to new things in Rotary, I would not feel complete unless I thank you all for your warmth, your energy, your dedication, your selflessness,  your generosity, and your inspiration. 
 
Being a part of this district makes me even prouder to be a Rotarian. 
I will leave you with this: 

To Be Inspired is Great, 
But to Inspire Others is Incredible. 
Thank you Rotarians for Being Incredible. 
 
Yours In Rotary,
 
Jack Arney
Governor 2018 - 2019
 
 
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District 5180 Human Trafficking Project

In 2011, President Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation designating each January to be National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. The anniversary of this proclamation became known as National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, which is held on January 11th each year.  

 

Slavery was officially abolished in the US in December 1865 by the 13th Amendment, however, its forms still exist to date. The US is the source, transit and destination country for modern slaves: children, women and men.

 

Whether from another country or the US, they are all subjected to injustices of human trafficking, including sex trafficking, forced labor, involuntary servitude, and forced marriage. 

 

Rotary District 5180 jumped in to help with this issue by creating an initiative, with funding from The Rotary Foundation and Rotarians locally and globally, to provide human trafficking education to our youth in schools and to reach the public with an outreach campaign.  

 

If you or someone you know is being trafficked contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline at call 1-888-373-7888 or text BeFree (233722) 

 
 
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