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

The nomination deadline for the second Richmond Hill Rotary Women of Inspiration and Leadership Award is January 15, 2022.

Another Endorsement by Mr. Ahmed Hussen - Minister of Housing and Diversity and Inclusion

"The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill has been dedicated to community and international service since 1952. The Club's contributions to the local community have been remarkable. It's no surprise then that the Women of Inspiration and Leadership Award was created to honour the many great contributions of women leaders in Richmond Hill. As Minister of Housing and Diversity and Inclusion, I'd like to commend the Rotary Club of Richmond Hill for highlighting the great work being done by local women leaders, and I encourage all local residents to nominate a woman who is making a difference in the community."
In addition to the honour of being Richmond Hill's named Richmond Hill's Women of Inspiration and Leadership, $1,000 will be awarded to the charity of the winner's choice. More details and the nomination form can be found at found at is available at
The deadline for nominations for the second Richmond Hill Rotary Women of Inspiration and Leadership Award is approaching.
Nominate by January 15, 2022.

Leah Taylor Roy, Member of Parliament for Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill said:

"This award recognizes the very important contributions that women in Richmond Hill make and provides role models and inspiration for other women of all ages to engage and become leaders. I thank the Rotary Club for continuing this new award for the second year and look forward to congratulating this year's winner as I did the inaugural winner Sajida Habib last year."

Nominate a woman who you know is worthy of the award!  More details and nomination forms are available at

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 first ever ROTARY ONLINE AUCTION concluded on Dec 10th 2021.
With your generous giving, the event was very successful and we raised around $2700 , all these proceeds will go towards the Rotary Club of Richmond Hill' s initiatives on Community Projects.
We are grateful to all our Supporters and Donors for your continued, faithful support of our efforts.
Special Appreciation to all our members, however we genuinely appreciate few for their generous contribution:
Donita Hagborg, Beppi Mottes, David Obadia, Richard Housen, Dave Tate, Steve Knight, Dave Morrison, Paul Vyrostko
Raj, CP, Glen, Peter, Veda, Noeline, Eric & Paul Thomas
THANK YOU for your continuous support, and belief in our humanitarian mission, we really appreciate it.
Please continue to follow this journey, once again, thank you very much and may all of you be blessed with happiness and good health.
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