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Become a "Friend" of the Rotary Club

Friends of the Rotary Club of London, Ontario, Canada are supportive of the ideals of Rotary International and the activities of the Rotary Club of London. Friends enable our club to participate more fully and in a greater number of projects. 

Rotary International is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional and community leaders.  Rotarians provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.  There are over 34,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries.  Clubs are nonpolitical, non religious and open to all cultures, races and creeds.  As signified by the motto Service Above Self, Rotary’s main objective is service… in the community, in the workplace and throughout the world. 

Rotary Club of London projects include:


  • Day of Giving – household assistance to seniors and persons with disabilities
  • Dictionary Projects – distribution of dictionaries to grade 3 students and others
  • Salvation Army kettles – collection of funds
  • Purple Pinkies – raising funds to eradicate polio
  • Bingo – raising funds for local literacy projects
  • Haiti – collecting school equipment for the children of Haiti
  • Danli, Honduras – children and youth school program


Social Activities

As a Friend you are always welcome to attend and participate in any eligible Club activities.


A Friend is a person who is invited by a Rotarian and/or the Board of the Rotary Club of London to become a Friend and can be anyone who is of good character, and is supportive of the club and the aims of Rotary International.

The Rotary Club of London supports a number of projects involving young people and therefore implements child protection procedures in keeping with directives of Rotary International and government requirements.

Friends of the Rotary Club of London:Contact us by email


  • Are covered under the Rotary District insurance policy when on Rotary projects.
  • Will receive email copies of Club e-Bulletins (the COG) and have the option to pay for a subscription to official Rotary printed publications such as the Rotarian.
  • Are invited to attend any weekly meetings and other activity of the Rotary Club of London as a paying guest.
  • Are under no obligation to become members of the Club or Rotary International and are not eligible to hold office, vote on club issues or wear official Rotary International insignia.
  • Must adhere to the policies and procedures of the Club while participating in club activities including a routine Police Vulnerable Sector Check for involvement in youth projects.


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When does the club meet? Every Monday at noon  at the Convention Centre