A place to heal
A place to be with family
The Oak Park Rotary House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.  The Foundation owns, manages, and maintains Rotary House.

Families from all over Northern California have stayed at Rotary House -- some for a year or more -- while their child undergoes extended treatment for cancer, leukemia, or life-threatening complications from premature birth.

For free!
"The house has truly been a godsend.  We are so thankful to Rotary House for this light during what we saw as only darkness."  Lyndsey
The Oak Park Rotary House Foundation sincerely thanks the Hurd Family Charitable Giving Fund at the East Bay Community Foundation for its generous contribution of $1,000.  The Oak Park Rotary House Foundation also thanks the Rotary Club of Concord for arranging the gift.

This contribution allows the Oak Park Rotary Foundation to continue to provide long-term temporary housing to families with patients at UC Davis Childrens Hospitalfor FREE. It also acknowledges that families from all over Northern California benefit from Oak Park Rotary House.

Other Rotary clubs in the region have also made substantial gifts to the Oak Park Rotary House Foundation.  These include the Rotary Club of Roseville and the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks.


“What could have been a long measure of time filled with constant struggle, grief and anxiety turned into a manageable fight that we were allowed to concentrate on and get through.  This was accomplished in the comfort of a beautiful home surrounded by caring people, which decreased our stress and worries 100-fold.  It allowed our family to live through the tough times and gain wonderful memories while we faced the journey.  To this day, the boys and I remember the good, happy days and often refer back to our time living in Rotary House.  Bless you all.”  Renee
“I wanted to thank you for all your help. Ryder is finally home after 5 months…still has the trach….getting it out soon…..He is starting to lift his head.  He weighs 16 pounds 9 ounces and he’s 26 inches long.”


“She loved this home.  She played here, painted, joked, and laughed here.  The road is still long, but the most tumultuous is behind us.  The kindness of the Oak Park Rotary House Foundation is awe-inspiring.”