Recognition from Our Foundation

Barbara Lewis (Rotary Burlington North) and Aldo Villanovich (Rotary Burlington Lakeshore) both receive recognition for being members of the Rotary Bequest Society. Both are also Rotary Benefactors. The recognition certificates were presented by PDG Syd Harman at the Burlington Cluster meeting on Sep 20th, 2022.   Thank you both for being outstanding Rotarians!
 
Recognition from Our Foundation Dan Dubreuil 2022-09-26 04:00:00Z 0

Wine Survivor

We are excited to announce a new initiative to raise funds for our community while we have fun. 
Wine Survivor is a game of elimination just like the name suggests. Last individual standing from a team of 6 wins it all. For tickets please contact Ralph
For more information about the game and all the rules, please click here
 
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Connections Among Generations

Our club volunteered at Community Development Halton, packing bags to go to needy seniors throughout Halton. We packed 750 bags which will all be sent out this month with Food For Life’s monthly food delivery to seniors. These bags provided by CDH are part of their “Connections Among Generations” program. They send great items such as note pads, candies, sweets, tea bags, shampoo, and special items such as hand written and drawn cards from high school students. They also had little hand-made teddy bears included. It was great package and I’m sure highly appreciated by the needy seniors who receive them.😊
 
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Sew Helpful

RBN is excited to announce a fabulous initiative to bring “the love of sewing” to Indigenous children in remote communities. We’ve teamed up with Art for Aid (www.artforaid.ca) working with I Love First Peoples, a Canadian registered charity (www.ilovefirstpeoples.ca), to empower Indigenous children and youth through some innovative and unique fabric arts programs.
Learn more today, and support a great cause: https://rotary7080.org/page/sew/
 
 
Sew Helpful Dan Dubreuil 2022-04-16 04:00:00Z 0

Give to Live!

The Give to Live Furniture Project is a Rotary Burlington North initiative, which involves the collection of good quality second-hand furniture from various sources, and the donation of this furniture to families in extreme need. The furniture we collect is stored in two storage units generously provided to us free-of-charge by Access Storage. Our goal is to serve two families per month, and  typically the pickup and delivery of the furniture is the responsibility of the donor or the recipient
 
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2021 Kettle Campaign

Dedication and teamwork marked the 2021 Kettle Drive. With the help of all 4 Rotary Clubs in Burlington, The Salvation Army was able to raise over $345, 000 to support its programs that help families in our community. Craig MacPherson of Rotary Burlington North lead the Tap-to-Give program, which collected over $45,000 in donations. Craig's efforts ensured that all  units were fully charged and ready to accept donations throughout the 4-week campaign.
 
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Capotillo Water Project - Club Trip

Rotary Burlington North has sponsored a project to bring clean water to 2000 people living in the Capotillo District of the Dominican Republic. Construction of the new aqueduct will start this January. International projects to help those in need are the heart of Rotary International!
 
Capotillo Water Project - Club Trip Dan Dubreuil 2022-01-14 05:00:00Z 0

Planting Trees at Lowville Park

Oct 23rd, 2021. Members of RBN enjoyed a great day planting trees at Lowville Park. Over 400 saplings of native species were provided by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters in an effort to protect the shoreline of Bronte Creek and build the health of spawning areas for Atlantic Salmon. On top of our time, RBN was also happy to donate $500 to the OFAH for this important cause!
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End Polio Now 2021

Club President Clinton Howell raises the End Polio Now flag at Burlington City Hall. World Polio Day is on Sunday October24th!  In1985, Rotary International launched PolioPlus and in 1988 helped establish the Global Polio Eradication Initiative that today includes several organizations like the World Health Organization. These initiatives are working to immunize children across the globe against polio. Since 1988, polio cases have dropped by 99.9% and today the world is close to eradicating the disease.
 
 
 
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Helping our Neighbours in Need!

Posted on Sep 04, 2021
Julie Cordasco presented a $1,000 cheque on behalf of our club to the Burlington Food Bank. Thank you for all that you do for our community!
 

 
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99 Missions - Spring Event  

99 Missions is about being active, exploring your community, supporting your neighbours and showing your appreciation for those helping us through COVID-19, all while having a blast!  99 Missions is also a fundraiser for The Salvation Army Community Family Services and Rotary Burlington North. Having fun while helping your community has never been so easy!  Plus everyone that registers has a chance to win great prizes! Learn more at: 99missions.com
 
 
 
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Catch The Ace Winner! March 2021 Dan Dubreuil 2021-03-06 05:00:00Z 0

Paul Harris Fellow Awards - 2021

Paul Harris Fellow Awards were presented by all 4 Burlington Rotary Clubs to 4 community members who have donated hours of their time volunteering to assist not-for-profit organizations and individuals needing help in the Burlington area. Beth Martin,  David Vandenberg, Mary Dilly and Roger Boyd were the deserving recipients.  Watch the awards presentation and be inspired by the impact they have made, and continue to make, in our community. 
 
 
 
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Dindigul, India Dairy Project

To train 80 villagers on everything needed to raise, feed and care for a lactating dairy cow through Ghandigram Agricultural College followed by each graduate receiving their own cow. Cows will be purchased from other villagers who have received micro-loans to purchase a cow in the past. 
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Honduras Microfinance Project

Operationally, the objective is to continue to provide microfinance loans to SME clients (Small to Medium Enterprises) with emphasis again on the “Small Enterprises” of the SME category. Phase 6 (D7080) will address these objectives by providing 1) loan funds to a targeted segment, and 2) specific training to micro-businesses. As seen in previous phases, the program is sustainable and will grow small businesses and create jobs
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Christmas Treats Dan Dubreuil 2020-12-31 05:00:00Z 0

Wellington Square - Goodies!

Burlington Rotary Clubs delivered a bit of good cheer to the team that runs the Friday Night Community at Wellington Square United Church. The 4 Burlington Clubs dropped off 800 treat bags that will be handed out with Christmas dinners. It's estimated that the team will feed 1100 people! Incredible work by an amazing team at Wellington Square! Treat bags are filled with cookies, chocolates, and candies! Merry Christmas to ALL! (Dec 24, 2020)
 
 
Wellington Square - Goodies! Dan Dubreuil 2020-12-26 05:00:00Z 0

"Thank You" from Jo Brant Hospital 

A sincere "Thank You" for RBN's contribution to the growth and development of Jo Brant Hospital.  RBN has donated $275,000 to Jo Brant to support their expansion and modernization. Rotary = People of Action! (Dec 18, 2020)
 
 
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Remembrance Day 2020

Burlington Rotary North President Ralph Sprague laying a wreath at the Burlington Cenotaph on November 11th, 2020. (Nov 11, 2020)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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RBN Helps Out at Food for Life

Many hands make light work! A team from RBN packed food bags at Food for Life on Oct 28th. While there, we presented them a check for $1000 to support their important work! (Oct 28, 2020)
 
 
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World Polio Day 2020

Burlington's Rotary Clubs raise the END POLIO NOW flag at Burlington City Hall in recognition of World Polio Day (October 24, 2020). Rotary and its partners have decreased world-wide cases of Polio by 99.9% since 1988. It has invested over $2 billion dollars and countless volunteer hours to put an end to this terrible disease. Please support to help END POLIO NOW!  www.canadahelps.org/en/pages/end-polio-now-2020/
 
       
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Thank You From Shifra Homes

RBN reached out to Alexanian's for new flooring for Shifra Homes and they came through with a little help from the Club! It's amazing how generous our community is.  (October, 2020)  
 
 
 
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Wear Orange on September 30th

RBN wearing orange at our most recent Zoom meeting. Wear Orange on September 30th. Show your support for hope and healing.
 
 
 
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Supporting Frontline Workers

Rotary Burlington North was busy again delivering food and snacks to the frontline workers at long term care homed throughout 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. (June, 2020) 

    
 
 
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Burlington North Fighting COVID-19 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. (April, 2020)
 
 
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Water You Waiting For

We’ve found a simple, efficient, cost effective filter to provide clean water, and which will have a huge impact in the lives of our Mayan “Chorti” friends! We need your help to make that difference…….and to help spread the word! (December, 2018)

 

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Interact Club Supports Bethany Residence

The Interact Club at Nelson High School decided, once again, to support the 129 people living at Bethany Residence in Burlington by donating appropriate gifts in time for Christmas.  Earlier, students held a bake sale to raise money.  In addition, the co-chairs invited Rotarians and others to donate gifts.  A great number of items were contributed this way, especially by Fareen and her customers at Burlington Orthotics.  In addition, the students in the Interact Club baked goods, which were also taken to Bethany on Friday December 7th.   (December, 2018)
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Collecting Donations for Make a Great Pass 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary Burlington North Youth Services Chair Neil Howard collected Soccer Equipment & Uniforms for the Dar Al Awlad Orphanage in Lebanon.  Thank you to Desmond Jordan from the Rotary Club of Oakville Trafalgar & Make a Great Pass Canada and our friends at Happy Kidz Canada (http://happykidzcanada.com).   (August, 2015)
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Terrific Turkey Trot Fundraiser

Posted by Beth White on Oct 31, 2013

 

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The weather, the event and the energy were stellar! Over 560 registrants ran or walked to raise money to benefit the Start2Finish Reading and Running Club and other Rotary charities.  Many thanks as well to all the Rotarians and volunteers who made October 20th, 2013 so fun and successful. (October, 2013)

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