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There’s no telling where a Trip of the Month Club ticket will take you!
Proceeds help support much needed community projects close to home.
Tickets available at Getaway Travel, Woods Clothing and Preston Gallery – or from any Rotary member.
In the aftermath of the EF2 tornado that caused devastation and hardship in Uxbridge on May 21, 2022, the Township of Uxbridge asked The Rotary Club of Uxbridge Charitable Foundation to become the central vehicle to receive and disburse monetary donations to assist those affected. “Rotary is a trusted partner in our community, and well-equipped to assist. We knew they would be ready to help in any way they could. They didn’t disappoint.” said Mayor Dave Barton. “This wasn’t an easy task, and we are grateful to Rotary for stepping up to help the Community in a time of need”.
Through the collective generosity of the general public, local businesses, community partners, and several Rotary Clubs across Ontario, close to $85,000 was raised to support individuals and families most impacted by the tornado.
All of the funds have now been distributed to local charitable organizations that continue to play a critical role in alleviating food insecurity and assisting displaced residents. The recipients of these funds include the Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative (CHPI) at Community Living Durham North, Feed The Need in Durham, North House, Salvation Army (Uxbridge Branch), and Team Rubicon Canada. We encourage anyone affected by the tornado and still in need of assistance, to reach out to these charitable organizations.
“The Rotary Club of Uxbridge is grateful for the confidence the community has placed in us and the tremendous outpouring of support. These were extraordinary circumstances, and we are proud to have been able to serve our community in this way.” said Disaster Relief Committee Chair, Michael Banh.
About The Rotary Club of Uxbridge
The Rotary Club of Uxbridge is a dedicated group of 46 members who are strongly committed to the idea of providing service to the people of our local community and communities all over the world.
Why Join the Rotary Club of Uxbridge?
- Service Opportunities
- International Awareness
- Connecting our Community
- Fun and Friendship
- Focus on Youth and Family
- Ethics and Integrity
- Leadership Development
- Diversity of Membership
Every other Thursday at 7:30 am, either at the Uxbridge Legion or on Zoom. The Uxbridge Legion is located at 109 Franklin St, Uxbridge L9P 1J5. The biweekly meetings for the 2023-2024 Rotary year started on Thursday, July 6, 2023.
Guest speakers are truly a highlight of our Thursday morning Rotary meetings! Each week, local business owners, activists, and community leaders join us to give an informal presentation on local projects and initiatives.
Are you interested in speaking at one of our meetings? Visit our Contact page to get in touch!
Our Projects & Events
The Uxbridge Rotary Christmas Home Tour is back! Save the date of Sunday, November 12, 2023.
Tickets are available to purchase online or in person at Canadian Tire Uxbridge, Woods Clothing and Blue Heron Books.
There’s no telling where a Trip of the Month Club ticket will take you! Each month we give away an exciting travel package that includes travel vouchers, cash and more. Proceeds assist Rotary in supporting a variety of community causes.
Use your metal to make our community stronger! If you have scrap metal to donate, drop it off to us on Scrap Metal Day and put it towards a great cause. Please click below to see our list of accepted items.
Saturday, March 16, 2024 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm at the Uxbridge Arena and Community Centre.
For the latest information on donating during COVID-19 or to book an appointment call: 1-888-236-6283.
November Bottle Drive
Saturday, November 13th, 2021, from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Uxbridge Rotary Club wants your bottles and cans! Meet us in the Zehrs Parking lot and help support our activities in the community.
Free Reading Program
The Free Reading Program is a free online literacy program. The program serves children and improves literacy through fundamental skills reinforcement activities. Students can begin learning at any level and progress when they feel confident.
Rotary International Fast Facts
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Children vaccinated against polio
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The Rotary Club of Uxbridge Charitable Foundation was formed in 2018 and funds community programs in the Township of Uxbridge and the surrounding area of Durham Region. Our foundation focuses on relieving poverty, advancing education, supporting youth and other beneficial community projects.