ROTARY YOUTH IMPACT AWARDS 2018
UPCOMING SPEAKERS AND EVENTS
READ OUR STORIES
Michael Prosserman seems to have been born dancing. He's been into hip hop since he was 12. His respect for the benefits of dance and a deeply personal aw [...]
Michelle Goulter has come a long way from her roots in Millmerran, a town of about 2,000 souls in Queensland, Australia. Several years ago, she came to Ca [...]
HELP US WITH OUR PROJECTS
Do you want to help at-risk kids to better themselves and get gainful employment? Our Rotary club does, by supporting the PACT Urban Peace Program here in [...]
What an exciting day May 31st was as several of our club members served up food to nearly 1000 hungry people at the 2016 Mini-Olympics for special needs ki [...]
LEARN ABOUT US
Whatever Rotary may mean to us, to the world it will be known by the results it achieves.
Paul Harris, Rotary Founder
Paul Harris was the visionary Chicago lawyer who wanted to bring like-minded professionals in all walks of life together in the spirit of friendship for the purpose of doing good in their communities. Meetings were held in the group members’ offices on a rotating basis. The name “Rotary” seemed a good fit for the club.
More than a century later, Rotary International remains true to its grassroots origins with 1.2 million members addressing challenges in their own countries and around the world. Members provide humanitarian service locally and abroad, adhere to ethical standards in all vocations and help to build goodwill and peace in the world. Rotarians strive to live Rotary’s official motto: “Service Above Self”.
Rotary Toronto West is a member of Rotary International and part of District 7070. Chartered in 1955, RTW began as an offshoot of the Rotary Club of Etobicoke, and the two clubs remain supportive of each other’s activities to this day. Rotary Toronto West members meet weekly at Montgomery’s Inn, a historic museum in Etobicoke, located in the western part of the Greater Toronto Area. RTW also sponsors junior Rotary groups: 2 Interact Clubs at local highschools, and 1 Rotaract Club at York University. We support projects based in Etobicoke, the Greater Toronto Area, and internationally. Within our club, as throughout the Rotary world, race, nationality, gender, religion and politics are not part of the criteria for membership.
The atmosphere of our meetings and events is friendly and fun, and newcomers are always welcome to explore what we have to offer. We enjoy having visitors and guests join us on Thursday mornings at Montgomery’s Inn. Check our calendar and come out to hear one of our interesting speakers. Our members are friendly and would love to meet you.
Rotarians are always guided by The Four-Way Test:
Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build good will and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
MEET OUR TEAM
CHAIR – FUNDRAISING
CHAIR – MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE,
DIRECTOR AT LARGE
CHAIR – INTERNATIONAL SERVICE COMMITTEE
WE ARE NEIGHBORS, COMMUNITY LEADERS, AND GLOBAL CITIZENS UNITING FOR THE COMMON GOOD.
WITH YOU, WE CAN ACCOMPLISH EVEN MORE.
CONNECT WITH US
Rotary Club Toronto West
12 Reigate Road, Toronto, ON M9A 2Y2
Phone: (416) 352-5626
Subscribe to our email newsletter and stay up to date on the latest news and events.