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The Rotary Club of Kindersley Welcomes You!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
The Highway Host
215 Main Street
Zoom option also, email for link
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0
First and Third Wednesday of Month
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The Kindersley Rotary Club celebrated it's 25th anniversary in November 2021  That's been alot of fun for the members, and help for communities.

As you may have seen in the news recently, thousands of people, many of whom are fleeing conflict from countries such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, are arriving in Greece each day with few belongings and no form of shelter. Rotarian's are asking ShelterBox how they can help, so we would like to update you on the actions we are taking to help those in need.

The Syrian refugee crisis has displaced more people than Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the Haiti earthquake, Japanese earthquake and Hurricane Katrina COMBINED. 

Many of these refugees face immense danger as they try to move to safety including perilous water crossings, inadequate transport options, and human traffickers. They are also often constrained by fences, border guards and bureaucracy.

ShelterBox has been providing life saving aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq since the conflict began four years ago. Now, ShelterBox is working in Greece to provide the basic human right of shelter to these refugees as they seek asylum and safety.

Working alongside the local government, partner agencies and our Rotary contacts, ShelterBox is replacing and supplementing the existing tents with robust family sized alternatives. Over the next couple of months, thousands of people will benefit from the protection they offer.     


ShelterBox is the official Project Partner of Rotary International. It is the best Rotary-way to impact the lives of families affected by disasters around the world and by the refugee crisis.  


As of 1 July 2005, the Rotary Fellowships program belongs to a new parent entity known as Global Networking Groups. The new entity includes groups of individual Rotarians organized to focus on shared topics of interest on an international basis. Effective 1 July 2006, all existing and future fellowship groups with a service-oriented focus will be reclassified under a new category called Rotarian Action Groups, while existing and future fellowship groups focusing on fellowship of a recreational or vocational nature will remain under the designation of Rotary Fellowships. For more information, please refer to Service and Fellowship on the RI website.


John Sever a champion of polio eradication dies

Rotary member John Sever’s work to end polio spanned decades and was marked by unwavering determination and resolve.

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France's commitment to a polio-free world

Rotary recognizes President Emmanuel Macron for France’s commitment to a polio-free worldPARIS (4 May 2024) – Rotary International presented its Polio Eradication Champion Award to French President Emmanuel Macron

Stand by me: The value of peer to peer support

On TikTok and on campus, students with mental health struggles are finding support among each other.

Climate therapy

As a warming world takes a mental toll, collective action can help ease eco-anxiety.

The provider pipeline

When a hospital system in Colorado declared an emergency on youth mental health, Rotary members stepped up.

Club Executives & Directors
Past President