Welcome to the Rotary Club Burnaby

 

If you are interested in finding out more about Rotary and want to participate in our weekly activity, you are welcome to join us.  Please review the Upcoming Events to view all open sessions to the public and to see if there are any changes to our normal meeting schedule.     
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club Stories
 
Be A Gift To The World was the Rotary International Theme for the 2015-16 Rotary Year.   The Rotary Club of Burnaby has proven to be just that by making a difference in our local as well as international community.  The club achieved a number of accomplishments during this year, which include:
 
  • Rotary International Presidential Citation - Gold Standard
  • District Governor Citation
  • Public Image & Communications Award
  • Nominated Outstanding Club of the Year
  • Chartering of the 1st Rotary Community Corps in our District, BC and Western Canada
 
Click on the following image to enjoy a short recap of our year
 
 

 
 
Rotaract brings together young people ages 18-30 in universities and communities worldwide to organize service activities, develop their leadership and professional skills, and have fun. Rotary clubs sponsor them, but Rotaract club members manage and fund their clubs independently.
 
The Rotary Club of Burnaby is a proud sponsor of the Rotaract Club of Burnaby.
 
 
 
Thinking of setting up shop in a region with projected investments of more than $100 billion to 2024? British Columbia’s New North, author Ramona Materi, introduces you to doing business in the North, filled with insights and practical advice. Ramona is a Rotary Foundation Scholar from Geneva Switzerland in 1985.
 
 
 
The Obakki Foundation drills and monitors wells in Africa. Since 2009, the've provided over 700 wells and brought water to more than 750,000 people. Their model is simple: they drill wells, monitor their adoption, and then expand development in villages that show a capacity for maximizing their newfound resource. Their wells reduce conflict over food and water. Communities are able to settle in one place and no longer need to move around in search of clean water. By working together to develop long-term solutions for growth, communities are able to build homes, engage in trade and send their children to school.
 
 
 
Rotary World Help is a non profit organization aimed at collecting and distributing medical equipment & supplies, dental, optical, education & sports equipment and disaster relief supplies to international recipients in need.
 
They are a non-religious, non-political charity run by Rotary Clubs from British Columbia, Canada. It all started in 1992 when District 5040 sent a delegation of Rotarians to the former Soviet Union to assist with establishing the first Rotary Club in Kiev ... The rest as they say is history.  
 
 
 
MOSAIC is a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants and refugees in the course of their settlement and integration into Canadian society. MOSAIC's mandate is to support and to empower immigrant and refugee communities, helping them to address critical issues in their neighborhoods and workplace. Since its inception in 1976, MOSAIC has assisted new immigrants and refugees through its numerous multilingual services. MOSAIC's programs and services are constantly evolving and developing in response to the needs of the community.
 
 
 
PDG Garry Shearer presented the club 3 cheques from The Rotary Foundation - District Grant program in support of our club projects.  Over $5,000 was received to be used in projects to assist those with hearing, feeding the homeless and helping those with mental health issues.  Funds Raised by The Rotary Foundation is making a difference in our community.
 
 

What is Vocational Service - The concept of vocational service is rooted in the Second Objective of "The Object of Rotary" 
 
The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:
 
 
 
 
 
The Greater Vancouver Food Bank was set up as temporary relief to the hunger crisis in 1982 and has grown significantly in the three decades since then.  Today the GVFB provides assistance to over 26,500 people weekly, 20% of their members are children, 19% are seniors.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Club Meeting Details:

Friday @ 12:15PM - Review Club Calendar for Changes to Date & Venue
Burnaby Mountain Golf Course
7600 Halifax Street
Burnaby, BC  V5A 4H2
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