Imagine a world that deserves our best where we get up each day knowing that we can make a difference.
-- Rotary International President Jennifer Jones
2022-2023 District 5040 Governor
John Berry
Rotary Citation For our Club
Our Club the Rotary club of Vancouver Fraserview has received a Rotary citation for last year!
This is based on our amazing results and the work that we all did together ... the highlight of which were:
Fundraising and Donations to the community:
Total of over $25,000 was raised last year gifted to different causes including:
Rotary Foundation: $14,829
Polio : $2,455
Union Gospel Mission - $3,290
Rotary Hoopathon - $180
Ukraine Relief - $2,300
Service Projects
There were 12 service projects and initiatives last year, which include; the hoopathon project, the union Gospel Mission project, and the Community Garden in Fraserview.
All KPI's
we succeding in hitting 16 of our KPI targets for last year.
That is a great accomplishment by everyone in the club, everyone contributed in many different ways.
Shoreline Cleanup
Saturday, September 24th at Locarno Beach in Vancouver! Together with the Vancouver Mountainview and Vancouver Yaletown Rotary clubs, there was a shoreline beach cleanup community volunteer opportunity for our club members. beginning at 9:00am for coffee, followed by equipment distribution and cleanup, then ending with a potluck lunch.
We had a number of our club members join and help make a difference for our BC shoreline.. Thanks to everyone.
No, Not this Tom & Jerry, but the real ones... the two sons of our newest club members Matt and Miya, the boys came out that day and helped clean up the shoreline, Thanks so much to them... 2 Rotarians in the making for the future!
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Rotary Foundation $875

Why Should Your Nonprofit Participate in Giving Tuesday 2022? -
Giving Tuesday this year is November 29th, 2022, watch for details...
Almost $1.3 million from BC Rotarians will provide aid and development to people and communities in need, here and worldwide
As communities in BC become stronger through facilities and services, often with a focus on those in need, through the work of Rotary clubs, funds for those projects often come from The Rotary Foundation. Communities around the world, where there is so often a desperate need for people just to survive, The Rotary Foundation provides funds to fight disease, help mothers and children survive, provide disaster relief, and improve lives often through our Rotary clubs worldwide.
To support any and all of those causes, The Rotary Foundation is receiving US $1,292,288 from generous Rotary members, and some others, in British Columbia’s Rotary District 5040 with some from Rotary District 5050. Announcement of this gift came at District 5040’s Million Dollar Dinner on October 8, 2022 at Quilchena Golf Club in Richmond.
Special guest speaker at the Million Dollar Dinner was Past Rotary International President 2020-21 Holger Knaack. Knaack spoke about the tragedy in Ukraine and how US$10 million in The Rotary Foundation disaster response fund has been used to change lives in Ukraine. He encouraged Rotary Districts to be creative and join with other Districts in funding projects with the balance of nearly $5 million. He also gave a very positive update on the Rotary-initiated global end polio eradication campaign despite reports of isolated cases over the past year.
Holiday Event and Fundraiser
This Years Event will be held at the Continental Seafood and Restaurant in Richmond just over the bridge.
Thursday, Dec 22nd at 6:30 pm.  Tickets for Rotary Members are $88 and a donation will be made in your name to the Foundation for a portion of that.
We will Raise funds for the Rotary Foundation and the CARE BC foundation.
The Health and Home Care Society of BC (Care BC) is an independent and BC-based not-for-profit organization. 
We continually work to achieve our mission: To provide health promotion and supportive care services to communities in British Columbia.

​Learn about our 3 charitable programs: Meals on Wheels - in Vancouver, Richmond and the North Shore, the Family Respite Centre, and the Community Integration Project or how you can help by donating your time or making a financial gift.  
2023 Rotary District 5040 Conference
Apr 28 - 30, 2023
Vancouver, BC
Paul Harris Fellow
What is a Paul Harris Fellow?
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation. ... In 1969, the Foundation unveiled the first Paul Harris Fellow medallion at the Rotary Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
Many other notable figures have been named as Paul Harris Fellows, including U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Russian President Boris Yeltsin, U.S. astronaut James Lovell, UN Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar, and Jonas Salk. 
More recently Dr Anthony Falci and our own Dr Bonnie Henry were awarded the Paul Harris medal.
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