Rotary Club of London

Supporting the Covid 19 local needs, After School program & London Affordable Housing Foundation

Rotary Club of London

Supporting the Covid 19 local needs, After School program & London Affordable Housing Foundation

$11,000 raised of
$20,000 goal
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When
May 30, 2020 7:00 PM EDT to 9:00 PM EDT
Where
In your kitchen!

Rotary Club of London

Supporting the Covid 19 local needs, After School program & London Affordable Housing Foundation

$11,000 raised of
$20,000 goal
0 donors
0 days left
When
May 30, 2020 7:00 PM EDT to 9:00 PM EDT
Where
In your kitchen!

Our 3rd annual East Coast Kitchen Party is going Online!

It’s The Rotary East Coast “Right in Your Own” Kitchen Party Saturday, May 30, 2020 from 7:00pm to 9:00 pm.


Using ZOOM & FACEBOOK technology Rotarians, Rotary Friends, and anyone who loves

to party in a high energy fun loving way will be able to connect.



Limit the virus, not the contact.

Invite your friends and stay awhile as we dine in online! and it's all for a good cause!


Ugly sticks and Virtual Cod Kissin’ are all planned to be part of this first ever “Social

Media” Kitchen Party.


You can order your favourite food from a local restaurant to give yourself a treat

and help keep a local business going.

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 London Affordable Housing Foundation.  

The Rotary Club of London pledged $75,000 over three years (2019 to 2021) to London Affordable Housing Foundation. Their funds help support ongoing projects such as the construction of Nightingale Place in east London. This adds to Savannah Road's 14 units and Gethsemane Garden's 25 units in helping meet the needs of the 4750 plus individuals and families who are homeless or living in substandard housing.

Salvation Army Center of Hope

The club and Salvation Army have a long-standing relationship. Within a two-week period in April, the club raised and donated $7,500 to the Salvation Army Centre of Hope to help address demands arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. 


Funds will be used to support the centre’s Food Bank and PPE needs of front-line staff.  

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Start2Finish

Running & Reading Club Program after-school program helps make the dream of graduation a reality. The program addresses the need for enhanced literacy and physical activity among children experiencing poverty/deprivation in the communities it services. Our club sponsors and members volunteer at one program that takes place directly within a local school and runs for two hours one day per week from October to June. The program culminates in the Start2Finish 5K Running & Reading Challenge and an awards ceremony recognizing each child’s achievement at the end of the school year.

Your Entertainment for the Evening

Image of <p><strong style="color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-color: rgb(250, 250, 250);">Shane Cook and The WOODCHIPPERS</strong></p>

Shane Cook and The WOODCHIPPERS

Image of <p><strong style="color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-color: rgb(250, 250, 250);">Peter Garland</strong></p>

Peter Garland

Image of <p>J.P. Cormier</p>

J.P. Cormier

Image of <p>Ron James</p>

Ron James

Image of <p>Tommy Leadbeater</p>

Tommy Leadbeater

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Rotary Club of London
The Rotary Club of London has made significant contributions to London for over 105 years. They support literacy projects, food initiatives especially during this pandemic time, and international. Current projects include contributing funds to London Affordable Housing, a local initiative that is providing sustainable housing to the most vulnerable. Internationally, in its continuing effort to eradicate the Polio Virus, Rotary has  built  a world wide infrastructure with the tools, the workforce and extensive surveillance networks that can be used to prevent the spread of Covid 19.
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