RotaCare Free Medical Clinics provide care to a growing population of working and unemployed residents who are unable to pay for or access primary and urgent medical care services. Rotary Marin sponsors the clinic in San Rafael.

RotaCare is volunteer driven and supported solely through locally based philanthropy.

RotaCare Bay Area:

• Is a volunteer alliance of medical professionals, organizations and community members dedicated to providing quality, free primary healthcare services

• Is heavily supported through grants, donations and the hard work of our volunteers

• Provides free medical services to patient including medical exams, diagnostic testing, lab testing and most medications

• Saves taxpayers money providing patients accessible medical care in our community clinics rather than expensive emergency room care


The goal at St. Vincent is to provide compassionate care and critical services to residents of Marin County who are struggling to make ends meet but are not receiving the help they need.

In Marin County, there are approximately 23,000 (9%) individuals living below the federal poverty level, or 57,000 (22%) people living below the economic “self-sufficiency” standard described by the County of Marin, which factors in the high cost of living here. Many of these individuals and families are extremely vulnerable to experiencing a financial crisis and becoming homeless as a result of: Rent increases, Serious health problems, injuries, Mental illness, addiction, Domestic violence and Loss of job or family.


Whistlestop promotes the independence, well-being and quality of life for older adults and people living with disabilities in Marin County.

Whistlestop’s Active Aging Center provides delicious meals, educational classes, multicultural gatherings and helpful information and referral services. Whistlestop also provides special needs transportation services through Marin Access, a partnership of Whistlestop, Marin Transit and Golden Gate Transit.