Club News

Sun shines on 2023 Food Truck Frenzy, community wins!

Thank you to our sponsors, community partners, volunteers and guests for another amazing Food Truck Frenzy! We raised tens of thousands of dollars to support local and international organizations and had a lot of fun doing it.
Special thanks to our food trucks, vendors, Kids Zone businesses and Brock Street Brewery - and Mother Nature - for making this one of our best Food Truck Frenzy experiences ever. Looking forward to seeing everyone back in 2024!
Note: 'We heart Whitby' contest winners will be notified shortly.

Supporting doctors in Ukraine with the arrival of a surgical table

We are making a difference for doctors on the frontlines of the war in Ukraine with the arrival of a surgical table at the Mechnikov Hospital in Dnipro.
This equipment will make a difference to the civilians and those fighting near Dnipro, the largest city close to the action in eastern Ukraine.

The Rotary Club of Whitby golf event is in full swing

June 21, 2023

Play Lebovic and help us raise funds for our community's greatest needs!
The Rotary Club of Whitby is organizing its 28th Annual Golf Tournament again at the spectacular Lebovic Golf course at 14020 Leslie Street in Aurora.
Click to see our 2023 tournament flyer for full details and registration info.  Should be a great day!

A lot of rain and a lot of garbage picked up!

The third annual Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup saw hundreds of Rotarians and community members across the province pick up garbage from lakes, streams, ditches, fields in the Great Lakes watershed.

Kids Against Hunger fills bellies at home and around the world

Kids Against Hunger Canada has given out more than 3.5-million meals in Haiti and in local communities from its Peterborough warehouse.
It all began when the founder Carl Nabein watched a commercial for Kids Against Hunger U.S., and was confronted with how to help people dealing with food insecurity locally and globally.
“Is it better to bring fish to children? Or is it better to teach them how to fish when they're dying? They can't fish on their own,” said Nabein.

First Light Foundation of Hope Transforms Lives

First Light Foundation of Hope is fueled by faith with the goal of transforming the lives of people in Oshawa who are homeless and, sometimes, with addictions.