Welcome to the Rotary Clubs of Guelph-Wellington
Proudly Serving Our Community for 100 Years
Proudly serving the region for 100 years, the Rotary Clubs of Guelph-Wellington consist of seven clubs each dedicated to supporting multiple local charities, institutions, and international humanitarian projects.
Our clubs engage community leaders to support the work of Rotary International with a local, city-core focus on community, families, and children in need.
Rotary Club of Centre Wellington
The Centre Wellington Rotary Club is a breakfast club Chartered in 2005. We are a small dedicated club that supports all parts of our community.
Our major fundraisers are Grand Taste of the Culinary Arts and the Canada Day Duck race, with the club supporting youth, CW Food Bank, Groves Hospital and Groves Hospital Foundation and other local initiatives.
|Meeting Time||Thursdays at 7:10am|
(excluding the 3rd Thursday of the month)
|Meeting Location||The Gorge Country Kitchen|
County Road 7
Elora On N0B 1S0
The Rotary Club of Fergus-Elora
The Rotary Club of Fergus was chartered in 1966. The club was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Guelph and the Charter Night was held at Paradise Gardens in Guelph. In 1979, the club name was changed to The Rotary Club of Fergus-Elora to recognize the many members from the areas surrounding Fergus, including the Village of Elora.
We have room for new members to join a core group of dedicated Rotarians who will be making strong efforts to expand the club membership in the surrounding area to those who take pride in our local and world community and see value in ‘giving back’.
Our club was a founder of Big-Brothers-Big Sisters in Fergus, St Johns Ambulance in Fergus as well as the KidsAbility office in Fergus. We have made substantial contributions, the most recent being $500,000 to Groves Hospital and will have prominent recognition in Emergency Services Department. Other significant contributions have been to Rotary Accessible Park at Stait Park in Fergus, the children’s splashpad at Milburn Park in Fergus, as well as Rails to
Trails between Fergus and Elora, and the Rotary Heritage Gardens at Wellington Place.
Numerous donations have been made to local and international projects including the Rotary Foundation for the elimination of polio in the world where we have contributed over $150,000. A sample of our donations is listed on our website.
|Meeting Time||Tuesdays at 12:15pm|
|Meeting Location||Heritage River|
25 Wellington Drive
Rotary Club of Guelph
The Rotary Club of Guelph is a lunch club that was founded in 1920. We are the largest club in the area with a long history of service to our community.
Our major annual events and fundraisers are Sparkles in the Park, LobsterFest and Canada Day in the Park, with the club supporting Food4Kids, KidsAbility, the Guelph General Hospital and the Integrated Youth Services Network plus many other programs.
|Meeting Time||Fridays at 12:30pm|
|Meeting Location||Italian Canadian Club|
135 Ferguson Street
Rotary Club of Guelph South
Established in 2000, our club supports the Guelph and Puslinch
communities through fundraising and community events, while also
contributing to important, global Rotary initiatives.
Our goal is to create positive and lasting change by caring for the most needy in our own community and making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.
|Meeting Time||Thursdays at 7:30am|
|Meeting Location||Springfield Golf & Country Club|
2054 Gordon Street
Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium
The Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium was chartered in October 1991. Today, the club has over 50 members and annually hosts one of Guelph’s favourite festivals, Ribfest.
Since its inception, the club has raised over $1, 200,000 from Ribfest and other fundraising activities all of which goes to support local and international projects. Our very first project was an orphanage in Nepal. For more details on it and other activities, check out our website
|Meeting Time||Wednesdays at 7:30am|
|Meeting Location||Cutten Fields|
190 College Ave East
Rotary Club of Guelph Wellington
In 1985 a group of Rotarians decided that it was time to branch off from the Rotary Club of Guelph and charter the Rotary Club of Guelph-Wellington, the second Rotary Club within the City of Guelph.
Thirty-five years later, we recognize our heritage, celebrate the present and look to the future. This club was built in the spirit of the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self” by doing projects within the Community and abroad, through Fellowship, Camaraderie and Friendships. Over the years numerous fundraising projects, including our Duck Race, traditionally held on Canada Day have raised $2 million and helped local charities, the community and those less fortunate both at home and abroad.
The work ….. and the enjoyment of the work ….. continue ….. the benefits are contagious. Rotary is always open to those persons who are desirous of playing their part in the betterment of this world. Let us help you, to achieve your goals .…. to help others.
|Meeting Time||Mondays at 6:15pm|
|Meeting Location||Guelph Country Club|
133 Woodlawn Road East
Rotaract Club of Guelph
We are a university based Rotaract club for young adults, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Guelph and the Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium. We also work closely with the Rotary Club of Guelph South and the Rotary Club of Guelph Wellington.
We work together to develop leadership and professional skills among our members via community volunteering and fundraising projects both on and off campus at the University of Guelph. We also strive to help members improve their networking skills both with other students and Rotary members throughout Guelph and the surrounding areas.
We are currently meeting online through Microsoft Teams.
Please send us an email at email@example.com for more information.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RotaractClubofGuelph
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rotaractguelph/
|Meeting Time||Tuesdays at 5:30pm|
|Meeting Location||University Centre, Room 225|
University of Guelph