What your gift means


  • Share you Rotary Story better with Storytelling.pdf for more information about how you can effectively tell your story. The first step to engaging potential donors is to get them listening. By telling a story that resonates with your audience, you're able to be a more effective fundraiser and proponent of The Rotary Foundation.


  • After the Floods in 2013, numerous District outside Canada engaged in the grants process to donate much-needed funding for rebuilding.


  • At the end of Foundation month, Rotary will kick-off the holiday season by joining the social media world on December 2nd for #GivingTuesday.
  • Started in 2012, #GivingTuesday is a movement to go online for a classic holiday tradition – giving to those in need. Following the Thanksgiving weekend into Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday had 2.5 million views online last year.
  • For a bit of friendly Rotary competition, the Foundation will send a special thank you and give national recognition to the club and district that have the most individual gifts made to The Rotary Foundation on #GivingTuesday.
  • Although Rotarians give to the community year round, #GivingTuesday is a great chance to reach new supporters with the momentum of social media. Lead your club or district to give on December 2nd by supporting Rotary on Facebook or Twitter.
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The Rotary Foundation (Canada)
c/o 911600
PO Box 4090 STN A,
Toronto, ON M5W 0E9


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Toronto, ON M5J 2V8