Rotary Burlington North Contact Info

Weekly Meeting (Meetings Temporarily Suspended - Online Only)

We meet Fridays at 7:00 AM 
Millcroft Golf Club
2155 Country Club Dr.
Burlington, ON  L7M 4A8
Canada

Mailing Address

PO Box 93112,
RPO Headon,
Burlington, L7M 4A3
 
Rotary Burlington North Social Media
Delivering Snacks to Frontline Workers
Rotarian Clinton Howell and other members of the Rotary Club of Burlington North delivering snacks to frontline workers at BurlOak Long Term Care facility.
 
 
Supporting Frontline Workers
 
 
The Rotary Club of Burlington North was busy again delivering food and snacks to the frontline workers at BurlOak Long Term Care Home in Burlington.  Rotarians baked and delivered a variety of different snacks to help them during their long shifts caring for their patients.  Rotary Burlington North extends our sincere gratitude to all frontline workers during this challenging time.
Rotary Burlington North & Wellington Square Feed Burlington
 
 
President Mary Brady presents a cheque to Lisa Lunski of Wellington Square to help restock food shelves during the pandemic.  Please contact Lisa Lunski at llunski@wsquare.ca or visit https://www.wsquare.ca/outreach/friday-community/ for more information on how you can help.
Rotary Helps to Fight COVID19

 
We're so proud to donate an additional $90,000 to the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation to support their COVID19 response, bringing our total hospital donation to $275,000.  Thank you to our Rotary volunteers, sponsors and participants in our Fundraisers - The Amazing Bed Race,  RotaryTurkey Trot and the Rotary Online Auction!!
COVID19 Can't Stop Rotary in Guatemala
 

 

 
Our club strives to help our local community and to make a difference around the world. Our members teamed up to make a donation in support of Mayan villagers near Chiquimula Guatemala who are suffering under the pandemic restrictions they have to live with. We collected $5,120 CDN generously donated from our club members. We have forwarded this money down to our Rotary partners in Chiquimula and they have started purchasing and distributing the food and other necessities to the villagers! Based on this donation, our Rotary club applied for a matching grant from our Rotary District. It has now been approved and we will soon be sending down an equal amount!! Our efforts, which began as hoping to get a few hundred dollars has, through your generosity, grown to over $10,000 CDN. This will make a huge difference in the lives of many of the villagers which is what makes giving so rewarding and important.
Help Others and Have Fun
 
 
Do you want to help your community and have fun?  Please contact us for more information about joining our club.