Rotary: The World’s Oldest and Largest Organization of Service Clubs

1.2 million men & women in more than 33,000 clubs in 170 countries.

Think you would make a great Rotarian?

 

 

We want you to come for lunch as our club guest and learn more about the Rotary Club of Halifax Northwest.  

Come for lunch and stay for the fellowship if you think you would enjoy...

 

Locally

 

  • Laughing and having fun! The Rotary Club of Halifax Northwest is known as “The Friendly Club”.   Come, join us for lunch!  We meet in the private room at Smitty's Restaurant on Lacewood Drive in Halifax, NS every Tuesday at lunch from 12:00pm to 1:00pm.  Our meetings begin at 12:15pm.  We have guest speakers, reports on our current projects and initiatives and general discussion about what's happening in the community.  We would love to have your input and suggestions at our meetings!

 

  • Helping to support local groups such as Family SOS, Shelter Nova Scotia, the Boys and Girls Club, the Jost Children's Centre, Cherbucto Family Connections, Cherbucto Minor Hockey, the Urban Farm Museum Society, Phoenix Youth, the Metro Non-Profit Housing Association, Hospice Halifax, NS Autism Walk and the Alhezimers Association of Nova Scotia ~ to name a few!

 

  • Encouraging our youth in schools and universities to develop qualities of ethical leadership and become worldwide ambassadors of community service, goodwill and understanding. Learn about our sponsorship of Halifax West High School Interact Club and Dalhousie University Rotaract Club.

 

  • Sharing the high ethical standards and integrity in your business. You can count on honest business with Rotarians. We practice Rotary's Four Way Test in everything we do!

 

  • Sharing weekly fellowship with a broad spectrum of like minded senior business, professional and retired people.

 

Internationally

 

  • Promoting International World Peace, Goodwill and Understanding.  Did you know that Rotary is the only service organization with a seat at the United Nations?

 

  • Traveling internationally to Rotary meetings and meeting people through fellowship and exchange programs organized by Rotarians.

 

  • Helping to eradicate Polio worldwide, reduce hunger and poverty,  provide education, safe water, sanitation, adequate housing and good health services to countries less fortunate than our own.

 

  • Helping by using hands on volunteering through projects for those less fortunate than ourselves in international communities.

 

For more information on Rotary International visit

www.rotary.org