The Rotary Club of Mississauga (RCM) was granted its charter by Rotary International on April 23, 1954 and is the oldest club in the City of Mississauga.  Our Rotary Club meets First & Third Tuesday of the month for Lunch. Please see our schedule for Upcoming Events below.   Guests are welcome!


Saturday, June 3, 2023
St Johns Hall  (Anapilis Hall)


 July 14 - 16, 2023
Erin Mills Town Center


In support of the
Mississauga Food Bank
Upcoming Events
Club News
Going to the RI Convention in Singapore.   Join us on this amazing organized trip to the convention, tours and Thailand extension.  Sign up your Family & Friends.
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Achēv gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Rotary Club of Mississauga for their kind donation of $2500 for our Refugee Emergency Relief project.  Achēv is part of a network of service providers providing support to CUAET clients for a 14 day hotel stay while arrangements are made to move them on other housing arrangements.  During their stay, Achēv staff are assist them to transition into their life in Canada by providing one to one information and referral to : Employment Services, Legal and social Services, Education and Training, Credential Evaluation, Housing Information, Child, youth and family resources, Community and recreation, and Access to resource centre services (computers/phones/printing).
Grant funding of $2500 was provided to Autism Dog Services, to support training of 10 service dogs to work with youth and their families, in Mississauga, who are suffering from the effects of Autism, providing safety, companionship and independence.  ADS raise, trains and places certified service dogs to families that qualify.  Volunteers foster their puppies and an advanced task training is provided to the staff of ADS to get them ready for placement of the service dogs in each home and community.  
Rotary International News

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