WHO WE ARE

We are the service organization of choice, providing a friendly forum for members to use their skills and talents to serve the local, national, and international communities.

Our Club

We are a very active club. During our club meetings, we meet for lunch to listen to engaging speakers, plan service opportunities, and enjoy each other’s company.

Upcoming Events

Social and Fundraising events are the best way to know our club. We’d love to introduce you to our wonderful club and these events are a fun way to meet us and support local charities and businesses.

International Service

Part of our mission is to use our skills and talents to serve the local, national, and international communities. Discover the many projects we're involved in.

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Speakers
BIKE ME UP NIAGARA
BIKE ME UP NIAGARA

Bike Me Up Niagara repairs and reconditions donated bikes which are then offered for sale for a reasonable $40. These bikes are accessible to our participants and the community at large. 

Dec 06, 2022 12:00 PM
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Club Stories
Photo courtesy of The Indian Express
 
Congratulations to Najeeb Syed, a very active member of our club and the chair of the International Committee who in the last month has raised over $45,000 to help feed Pakistan Flood victims.

World Polio Day, held every year on October 24, is an opportunity for Rotary members to rally the world around the fight to eradicate the disease forever. Since 1988, we have seen a worldwide reduction in polio cases of 99.9%. For more than three years, we've seen wild polio cases in only two countries, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

This year the Rotary Club of St. Catharines South will be joining the other Rotary Clubs of St. Catharines (Downtown an Lakeshore) in a flag raising ceremony taking place at the St. Catharines City Hall on Friday October 21st, 2022. Please join us in being part of this very important ceremony. 
 
More information will be posted here.
King Charles III does.
 
 
His Royal Highness King Charles III wearing his Rotary International pin arrives at the Mey Games 2017 in Scotland on Saturday August 5, 2017.
 
He is an honourary member of the Rotary Club of Banchory-Ternan UK.
 
We have surpassed our goal of $11,000. However the need is still great and we would like to do more.  If you have not already done so, please donate what you can.
The R.I. statement on Ukraine, as posted in the Rotary magazine
 
The tragic news of widespread  flooding and death in  Pakistan  through out the news is heart wrenching.  It always seems to be the struggling, poorer countries that are being hit- time and time again- with disaster after disaster.
 
 It is an incredible journey for this project- from recognizing malnutrition  and treating babies , then to prenatal moms and now flood relief. An amazing story.

 

On a recent visit to Warehouse of Hope/Not Just A Tourist in Niagara on the Lake, member Cathy was made aware of a great need for large, used suitcases to transport medical supplies to developing countries.

Rotary International News

Learn how Rotary clubs are taking action in the United States, Mexico, Germany, Italy, and India.

Backed by Rotary’s Programs of Scale award, Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia confronts a worldwide malady at the local level

A club in Washington’s wine country uses a novel approach to keep glass out of the landfill.

Leveraging expertise with AshokaRotary’s partnership with Ashoka brings together the vision of Ashoka’s social entrepreneurs with the local expertise of Rotary members to inspire innovation that can solve problems, create leaders, and

During the COVID-19 pandemic's initial U.S. wave in 2020, Detroit, Michigan, was one of many cities where first responders and medical personnel needed more personal protective equipment. A Rotary club in India learned about the situation and contacted its longtime partner, the Rotary Club of

For a long time, the incredible amount of knowledge within Rotary that could help clubs create more effective and sustainable projects was scattered and difficult to access. The creation of district resource networks has remedied that.People can think of the resource networks as "in-house

Rotary and Habitat for Humanity International attract the same kind of service-minded people, and the partnership between these organizations encompasses an array of areas where housing intersects with Rotary's main causes.This includes access to clean water and sanitation, community

Addressing conflict through a grassroots process that puts people at the center and involves the whole community is a way to create lasting change — and the approach that’s the basis of the partnership between Rotary and Mediators Beyond Borders International.MBBI collaborates with

Visitors to Melbourne, site of the Rotary International Convention, will encounter an abundance of culinary, cultural, sports, and shopping options.

A Rotary club in Uganda, whose members are all women, uses microloans to help invest in their community.