Club Information

Making a Difference Every Day Our dress code is casual.


Making a Difference Every Day

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 PM
Pelican Bay Restaurant
Grace Bay Road
Grace Bay, Providenciales  TKCA 1ZZ
Turks and Caicos Islands
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Value of Rotary volunteering

Value of Rotary volunteeringA special report prepared for Rotary International by the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies estimated the value of Rotary member volunteer

The Sustainability Challenge

10 years into the Rotary-USAID water and sanitation partnership, here’s what worked, what didn’t — and

6 humanitarians honored for their work with refugees

Six humanitarians who are members of the family of Rotary were honored as People of Action: Connectors Beyond Borders during the 2019 

Hoops on the Hudson

In Yonkers, New York, a new basketball court four years in the making provides valuable life lessons to the community’s kids — and its

World Polio Day cheers major achievements toward global polio eradication

Health officials announce type 3 of the wild poliovirus has been completely eradicated, a major step toward a polio-free world.

Rotary in Action
Our Changeover Night (Installation night as called in some district clubs) was a lucky 7. A slots machine winning combination.   How is that so?
Presidents & the First Ladies
First Ladies and the Presidents
(L-R) First Lady Sabrina II, President Karl, IPP Owen and First Lady Sabrina I

Secretary Elect Joy Mackenzie of Rotary Club of Providenciales will chaperone three students to attend the World Affairs Seminar in Wisconsin. The students of Turks and Caicos Institute for Professional Studies (TCIPS) Comprehensive High School are the winners of the National AIDs debate in Turks and Caicos Islands.

"I believe strongly about strenghthening and supporting the community which we live and work in. There are so many amazing opportunities to get involved with doing just that here in the Turks & Caicos – and my choice for the past 4 years has been to work with the AMAZING team at the Rotary Club of Providenciales.
On a small island, every little bit helps, and the smallest of efforts has BIG and swift impact to many. One of my projects each year is the ‘dictionary project’ where we Oseta Jolly Primary School 3rd graderspurchase these really cool dictionaries each year from an organization called ‘The Dictionary Project‘ and distribute them across the country to Grade 3′s. Students really look forward to getting them, and they cherish them and hold on to them throughout many of their years.

This year’s project was a great success, the many smiles you see when handing them out makes all the effort worthwhile, and I’m already looking forward to start getting things organized for next year’s handouts. Get more information on the Rotary Club of Providenciales by visiting"

- Rotarian Val Kalliecharan

VP Raymond Cushnie accepted the club banner for the Rotary Club of New York from Kaan Soyak, who is a co-chair of their International Service Division. Kaan was disappointed that he didn't arrange his itinerary to include our weekly meeting, but looks forward to correcting that on the next visit, perhaps as soon as May or June.
Club Banner Ceremony

Each year Rotarians with a local doctor visit the primary schools in Providenciales to provide eyeglasses for students.


Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Immediate Past President
President Elect
Director Club Service
Director Projects
Director Public Relations
Director Youth