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Promoting Participation in the Moraga Community

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shopmoraga Shop Moraga First lists over 300 Moraga businesses in alphabetical order and by category, and maps them for you.
chamber The Moraga Chamber of Commerce web site contains calendars for the town and community, a list of community organizations, a brief history of Moraga, and much more. Check it out.
 rheem The historic Rheem Theater is now The New Rheem Theatre. It is operated by the California Independent Film Festival Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit community-supported organization. Its mission is to champion blockbuster movies, independent film and other media arts in an effort to stimulate and enrich the culture of the Lamorinda community.
 mef The Moraga Education Foundation raises funds to preserve and enhance educational opportunities for all Moraga public school students, through a broad-based community effort. They raise over $1 million each year for our schools!
 moraga parks The Moraga Park Foundation has a mission to enhance recreational, cultural, and education opportunities, to create a sense of community, and to improve the park facilities in Moraga.
 mofd-seal Rescue One Foundation was established in 1977 as a non-profit, philanthropic organization to receive and administer contributions in support of the Moraga-Orinda Fire District paramedic programs and to purchase equipment for our emergency ambulance service. Through this unique program, Rescue One Foundation helps to improve the paramedic program and attendant ambulance services so vital to the welfare of all the residents of Moraga, Orinda and Canyon.
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Moraga Garden Club (MGC) is a non-profit organization established in 1970. Monthly General Meetings held at the Holy Trinity Cultural Center—1700 School Street at 9:30 every third Thursday of the month—are free and open to the public. Prominent guest speakers cover a wide range of horticultural subjects. We are open to all and welcome women and men who are interested in gardening, becoming involved with Town beautification and forming new friendships. Please, visit the MGC website for more information -
 historical soc The Moraga Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of Moraga History. They exist to gather material to establish and develop the activities which illustrate the development of the Moraga Rancho.
 hacienda The Hacienda Foundation of Moraga's mission is "To preserve, promote and enhance the Hacienda de las Flores". Our Board of Directors meets once a month, the second Monday at 7:00 pm in the Hacienda conference room. The Foundation is the primary sponsor for two community events held at the Hacienda de las Flores, Cinco de Mayo, the Oktoberfest, as well as a new quarterly "Wine and Art Social" featuring local wines and artists. The Foundation has also sponsored variety of restoration projects.
 moragamovers Join the Moraga Movers and help make things happen to promote healthy activities for adults 55 plus living in Moraga. Moraga Movers activities include book reviews, bridge and card games, bowling and bocce ball, monthly lunches or dinners, trips and tours and much more.
 rotary Moraga Rotary is part of Rotary International, an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
 lions Moraga Lions Club is one of 46,000 clubs located throughout the world and is comprised of men and women who serve their community with a shared core belief that "community is what we make it." The Moraga Lions Club meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month for dinner at Terzetto's Resturant at 6PM. Fund raising activities support local community needs including schools and scouts. For more information, email Bob Murtagh at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


The Moraga Juniors Women's Club is a diverse group of Moraga women who work together to support our community and have fun while doing so. MJWC serves our community through both projects and community-wide events. We strive to improve the quality of life for women, children, and the elderly through volunteer service and fundraising in the greater Bay area, with a focus on Lamorinda. Through our volunteer work we meet new friends and build stronger bonds in our community.

 scouting Scouting has been a part of American life for over 100 years. Here in Moraga, we have several opportunities for boys and girls to participate. This web site provides contact information for the various Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Girl Scout organizations in Moraga.
 kiwanis Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley is part of Kiwanis International, a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one community and one child at a time.
 parents env The mission of Parents for a Safer Environment is "is to foster the healthy development of children and help protect wildlife and the environment by decreasing preventable exposure to toxicants via education, outreach, and advocacy."
 gengreen Generation Green, formed in 1990, provides education and encourages wise choices that ensure sustainable living and the preservation of the environment for future generations to enjoy!
 lapc The Lamorinda Alcohol Policy Coalition is bringing together members of the Lamorinda community to work to reduce underage drinking in their towns. They are trying to reach their goal of reducing underage drinking by reducing access to alcohol and changing community norms. Anyone interested in this project is welcome to attend the Coalition's monthly meetings. The group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, from 10-11:30 in the Orinda City Hall Community Room. For more information, contact Jaime Rich at 925-687-8844.
  The Friends of the Moraga Library are dedicated to the concept of service as well as financial support of the Moraga Library. The Friends have a commitment to provide both cultural and educational programs for the community. Income from its used book sales and from membership fees help buy books, recorded books, videos, CDs, DVDs, magazines, equipment, and supplies for the Library. The Friends also partially fund the extended hours the Library is open.
 SIR logo The main purpose of SIR is to provide opportunities for men to make new friends and to participate in activities we were too busy to enjoy prior to retirement. Having fun and promoting fellowship are our only goals. Membership is open to men retired from their full-time occupation, regardless of age, race, color or religion. There are no dues, fees or assessments. Activities include a monthly luncheon for all members and many interest groups. Contact is through the websites of Branch 171 and Branch 174, both serving the men in the Lamorinda area.