Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty
© Rotary Club oc Charlottetown Royalty

Projects of the Community Services Committee

Support for Habitat For Humanity through financial contributions or assisting in a build. Adopt a Corner Garden - The RCCR planted flowers at the corner of Queen and Water Street. Club members & Rotary Youth Exchange students participate in Curl for Cancer. RCCR members participate in the St. Jeans Breakfast Program. RCCR members do shifts for the Salvation Army Christmas Kettles.
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

The purpose of Community

Service is to help make

improvements in the local

community and assist local

citizens.

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City of Charlottetown 'Adopt a Corner Garden'.

A committee under the leadership of Rotarian Past President Gordon MacInnis planted flowers at the corner of Queen Street and Water Street for the City of Charlottetown's Adopt a Corner Garden program. __________________________________________________________

Habitat For Humanity

Club members have in the past sponsored a HFH build, built mini- barns to fundraise for HFH, and participated in actual house building.

Club members and Rotary Youth Exchange students participate in Curl

for Cancer

Some members of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty and Rotary Youth Exchange students raised funds for cancer research through a Curl for Cancer tournament.
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St. Jeans breakfast program

Volunteering at the St. Jeans breakfast from 7:30 - 8:20 am is a very rewarding experience. The volunteers cut up fruit, spoon yogurt into dishes, toast 50 pieces of bread/bagels/or English muffins , pre-pour milk, serve the children and clean up . The children are of many nationalities, very polite and appreciative . The atmosphere is so nice! A great way to start a morning!
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December - The Salvation Army Christmas Kettles

Each December a number of members from the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty take shifts manning the Salvation Army's Christmas Kettles. Club members generally volunteer for 2-6 two-hour shifts during the season, but Rotarian Gary Thompson for the last number of years has been a regular feature at the Canadian Tire store, manning the kettles nearly every day. __________________________________________________________
Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty
© Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty

Projects of the

Community Services

Committee

Support for Habitat For Humanity through financial contributions or assisting in a build. Adopt a Corner Garden - The RCCR planted flowers at the corner of Queen and Water Street. Club members & Rotary Youth Exchange students participate in Curl for Cancer. RCCR members participate in the St. Jeans Breakfast Program. RCCR members do shifts for the Salvation Army Christmas Kettles.

Community Services

The purpose of Community Service is to help make

improvements in the local community and assist local

citizens.