Join RI President Jennifer Jones in Toronto!
On July 5, Rotary International President Jennifer Jones will be in Canada's largest city to showcase the impact of Rotary's many projects and partnerships. This includes the Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup, a multi-district Rotary project, and Rotary's partnership with Kids Against Hunger Canada on a food packing initiative that engages community members to address hunger in Canada and around the world. President Jennifer will close out the day with a fun-filled Imagine Rotary BBQ hosted at the Toronto Botanical Garden. She can't wait to to celebrate with you!
 
Note: The main locations for all three events below are in District 7070, but participation from all four hub districts (7010, 7070, 7080, 7090) is encouraged! Satellite events are being planned for people in those districts for whom travel to Toronto is not possible. 
Rotary Watershed Cleanup
Main Location: Sunnyside Park / Sir Casimir Gzowski Park (Humber River & Lake Ontario)
Time: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Volunteers Required : 100 (25 per district)
Main Registration:   Details to follow
Cost: Parking & post event lunch (if desired) 
Detailed Information:  FAQs
 
Satellite Environmental Events:  Details to follow

Rotary Food Packing with Kids Against Hunger

Main Location:  Humber Lakeshore Campus  
Time: 2 shifts: 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm, and then 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Volunteers Required : 224 
Registration:  Please talk to your club president to determine how many volunteers your club has been asked to send. 
Cost: No cost 
Detailed Information:  FAQs
 
Satellite Food Packing Events:  Details to follow
 
 
Imagine Rotary BBQ
Main Location: Toronto Botanical Garden
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Guest Count: 240 (60 per district)
Main Registration:   Details to follow
Cost: $75 plus parking
Detailed Information:  FAQs
 
Satellite Social Events:  Details to follow