Paul Harris Fellow Award

The Rotary Club of Pasadena Paul Harris Fellow Award

The Paul Harris Fellowship Award is one of the highest honors that Rotary can give to an individual. In addition
to the recipient recognition exemplifying the highest ideals that Rotary places in “Service Above Self,” this
award also includes a donation of $1,000 in the recipient’s name to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary
International, which supports Rotary’s worldwide programs.

The award will be given to a member of the Pasadena community who is not currently a Rotarian. The Rotary
Club of Pasadena will announce the recipient’s name at an award ceremony luncheon open to the community.
Nominees should exemplify the qualities and ideals of Rotary and have contributed to their community and
world in a way that demonstrates that they share our motto “Service Above Self,” be active in community
affairs, and be known in the business community as one who follows the “Four-Way Test.”  Find out more here.

Rotary Founder Paul Harris

Paul Harris, circa 1915. Appeared in “The Rotarian,” February 1915, May 1938, and February 1945.


The Four Way Test

1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

Nominee Information Criteria

1. Must be a resident of the Pasadena community
2. Must be over 18

Selection Criteria

• Involvement with humanitarian service activities and programs
• Active participation to help others
• Demonstrated personal volunteer efforts

Nomination Forms

Available here.


Information sheet is here.

Contact Catherine Haskett Hany, (626) 818-9157 or