Service Projects

Rotary clubs are making an impact in communities around the world. The role of a service committee is to lead the club’s project initiatives to make a difference in the communities they work in.

The service committee allows clubs to meet real needs in the communities and around the world. It is responsible for planning projects, carrying them out and evaluating them. The committee identifies opportunities for the community and works with other organizations and volunteers to maximize the impact of our projects. At RCTS, it goes above and beyond. It means helping local communities providing immediate assistance, as well as tools to help in their own development. It means being involved on a level that it becomes part of you, even if for just a couple of hours. It means a group of people united as a family to make the world a better place.

Here service projects RCTS are involving in:

On a regular basis


Fort York Food Bank

Volunteering meal-preparation and service for 100+ people at the Fort York Food Bank on the 3rd Saturday of every month.


Casey House

Putting together Harm Reduction Kits for at Casey House.


Kennedy House Youth Shelter

Clothes sorting, donation and other projects on the radar.

Based on season


Bickle Centre

Christmas caroling for the residents at Bickle Centre


St. Albans Boys and Girls Club

Gift wrapping

We are always looking for volunteers!

Each project demands a few hours periodically, but even if a member or guest only has 1 or 2 hours a month, it would be already extremely helpful.

All our projects are located on places with easy access to public transportation and parking and occur during the week (not on business hours) as well as weekends, so there´s plenty of opportunities to be involved and to make meaningful connections with both the community and other members of the club.

“It gives me a lot of pleasure to know we are able to impact people´s lives, and it also helps me de-stress about everything that might have to happen during the week. When working on a project, personal problems become less important and we give a lot of value for the smaller details in life. It´s also quality time that I spend with friends, bounding and creating a stronger group every time.”

– Rafaela, Service Committee chair

Interested in joining us at these local service project? Contact us!

Recent Activities

Dec 22, 2020 – Kennedy House Donation

The Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline continues to support the initiatives of Kennedy House. We presented a check of $500 in support of their work in our community. The funds will go directly to supporting the needs of youth experiencing homelessness in our community through specialized programming, crisis intervention, counselling, and more, young people in their…

Dec 18, 2020 – Fort York Food Bank Donation

The Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline continues to support the initiatives of the Fort York Food Bank. We presented a check of $1000 in support of their efforts to provide food security to our community.Delta Bingo and Gaming continues to be a great partner, helping our club to give back to our community. Learn more…

Nov 14, 2020 – Fort York Food Bank Volunteering

Our two person team prepared 90+ meals in a record 2 1/2 hours. Our club volunteers regularly at the Fort York Food Bank, providing meals for our community. V olunteers have very limited interaction with others and all pandemic health and safety protocols are observed. Please feel free to message if interesting in helping those…

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