The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill is an organization dedicated to community and international service. 

Nov 17, 2021


Leah den Bok is an advocate for a compassionate, nonjudgmental approach to fighting homelessness.

Leah gave presentation at last Rotary meeting and showed images from her three volumes of “Nowhere to Call Home” Photographs and Stories of the Homelessness. She also shared the several individuals experiencing homelessness when she met in cities around the world.
The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill is very happy to announce its 2nd annual Women of Inspiration & Leadership Award, or WILA. The award recognizes a woman who has contributed to the greater good of the Richmond Hill Community through her leadership, achievement, and example of distinction.  She may have done so through her contribution to a corporation, government, not-for-profit, start-up, or service to the community. 
Rotary Clubs of Newmarket and Richmond Hill joined together to hear Valarie Wafer, Rotary International Director 2020-22, Chair Rotary International Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force, Rotary International Vice President 2021-2022.  
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