Terence Young
Jun 12, 2023
Drug Safety - medical awareness
Bev Berger - SPOUSAL
Jun 19, 2023
Guide Dog program
Jun 23, 2023
Royal Ambassador
No Meeting
Jun 26, 2023
after changeover
Rita and Dave Cantelon
Jul 03, 2023
BBQ - 25 Wolf Crescent
Allan Duffy - off site
Jul 10, 2023
Duffy Homestead
Jeff Broeders, Brewmaster
Jul 17, 2023
Indie Ale House
Club Executives & Directors
Past President
Club Services Director
Community Services Director
International Director
Foundation Chair
Youth Services Director
Director at Large

Welcome to Bolton, in the Hills of Caledon!


 Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:30 PM
Rotary Place
7 Rotarian Way
Bolton, ON L7E 1Y2
Join our club!
We are a high-spirited, active club with strong ties in the community. Take a look at our website to see some of the recent accomplishments. New members are always welcome.  Make your contribution count! Email boltonrotary@gmail.com to have someone call to connect.  
Home Page Stories
“Service above Self” is the Rotary motto and Bolton Rotary has certainly put service into action this year!  Here are a few of our accomplishments:
  • Planting Bolton Rotary Peace Park, on Hwy 50, and Murray Stewart Trail in Bolton Camp
  • $13,000 in grocery gift cards to the Exchange
  • Successful charity golf tournament that exceeded $50,000 in proceeds
  • Family skate at Albion Bolton Arena hosted 140 skaters and spectators
  • Shop With a Caledon Firefighter partnered to provide families with a happier holiday season
  • Haunted Hill Run/Walk for 200 participants
  • Sewing Kits for Indigenous students at STEM Academy, Six Nations Polytechnic School
  • Water and School projects in Guatemala & Uganda
  • $20,000 in medical training and supplies for Ukraine through Project Volya
  • Humberview Alphadogs supporting robotics international competition
  • Partnered with Caledon Home and Lifestyle Show
  • Caledon Kids First financial support for youth in sports and wellness programs
  • Humberview School – new microphones for the Drama Club, and 4 x $500 scholarships
A BIG THANK YOU to all the donors and volunteers over the past years who have helped us make our projects so successful…whatever the cause, members and friends of Rotary rally to help out.  A chance to meet new people, give back to the community and just have FUN.  Interested?? Check us out at boltonrotary.ca, get in touch and come join us!
A great day at Woodington Lake Golf Club for our 29th annual Charity Golf Classic!  Thanks to our sponsors, golfers and volunteers  who made the day fantastic!  We had a full day of activities that included food holes, beverage sampling, on-course games, antipasto bar reception and prizes.  Having fun and giving back to the community is what it's all about.  Over the past years we have raised over $2 million that has gone directly back to local youth programs, hospitals, seniors activities, hospice, park facilities and local charities.  
  • Claire Conway thanked us for our past support. She was last at our Club in 2014 to support a Global Grant project in Uganda. Their newest International initiative, also in Uganda, is part of a $210,000 USD project to update a school, improve basic health standards (latrines, fresh water, gardens, computers) and purchase supplies, including sewing machines. The project addresses all 7 of Rotary's areas of focus. After her presentation, Tunde presented Claire with a cheque for $1500
April 16-22, 2023
National Volunteer Week is celebrated annually
A BIG THANK YOU to all the volunteers over the past years who have helped us make our
projects so successful….Hwy 50 planting, Haunted Hill Run, Charity Golf Tournament, Family Skate,
Sewing Kits for Indigenous Students, Water and School projects in Guatemala, Medical Supplies for
Ukraine…whatever the cause members and friends of Rotary rally to help out. A chance to meet new
people, give back to the community and just have FUN. Interested??  Email boltonrotary@gmail.com
to learn more about different volunteer opportunities or to join the club.
Join us at the Home and Lifestyle Show - come say 'hello' and get an update on what projects we are currently working on.
Mariia Kupriianova sent a heartfelt thank you for your generous gift of $ 10,000 in gift cards for the Exchange! This is a major investment in our community, and will touch hundreds of lives.  Your gift is critical at this time, as more and more Caledon neighbours come to the Exchange for food support. The number of our new clients more than doubled in 2022, and continues to hit new tragic records every day. We can only be there for Caledon thanks to your kindness and generosity.
Our club has partnered with Burlington North Rotary to provide kits of sewing supplies to students in the STEAM Six Nations Polytechnical School.  If you have gently used items at home or would like to donate to this project please email boltonrotary@gmail.com and we will be happy to pick up or arrange donation location prior to Feb. 13.  
The Rotary Club of Bolton has had great success with their Caledon Kids First Program!  It is a funding program in sports and wellness programs for families in need.  Youth have participated in dance, soccer, karate, skating, baseball, hockey, music, swimming, etc.  and over the 5 years we have sponsored 155 youth under 18. 
We are so appreciative of everyone's heartfelt support and involvement in our projects.  The generosity of this community is inspiring.  We have so many worthwhile causes that resonate with people - Ukraine Crisis Support, Caledon Kids First, Water First Indigenous Internship, Bi-Centennial project, Murray Stewart Trail, Bolton Rotary Peace Park,Shop with a Firefighter and many more.  Make your donation count as 100% of all proceeds go toward the project.  
The Alphadogs would like to thank Bolton Rotary for their donation of $5000  to purchase a new bandsaw for the Manufacturing room, along with a rivet tool, impact driver and wireless soldering iron.
FREE FAMILY SKATE - at Albion/Bolton Arena - on Dec 28 from 10 - 11:30 am.
The Rotary Club of Bolton is sponsoring this public skating event with free hot chocolate and snacks.
Tell your friends and lace-up for a fun activity between Christmas and New Year's!
Caledon Recreation requires participants must wear CSA-approved helmet and single-blade skates prior to accessing the ice
Firefighters accompanied the kids to help them shop for gifts for their family.
Members of all the partner groups were on hand to offer congratulations on the success of the program
Donations will continue through Christmas to kick-start next year's shopping excursion.
We were able to utilize the Murray Stewart Trail during the Haunted Hill Run.
Proud to honor Murray with this prominent feature in our community.  Thanks to TRCA Bolton Camp
staff for grooming it for a great event on Oct 30 but in any weather it's a beautiful walk!
What an awesome day at the Haunted Hill Run!  Here are some of the costumed runners getting ready for the 1k Fun Run.
Hundreds of family members came out to cheer on the runners and socialize with friends and neighbours. 
Thanks to the volunteers and sponsors who helped make this such a success!
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SO GENEROUSLY DONATED TO THIS PROJECT!!   We have reached our goal of matching donations up to $10,000 to help in this ProjectVolya.ca.   Kevin Leach is working with front-line medics in Ukraine to help them secure medical supplies.
our donation helping Guides rebuild the eco-system.

The new pollinator garden project at the Albion Bolton Branch of the Caledon Public Library has taken flight. 

 INAUGURAL opening at the Los Limones School in Gualan Guatemala. This school for 200 students was dedicated to Hectorine Villanovich.  Aldo was sad not to be able to attend due to flight restrictions but know the club will do us proud!
So much fun to watch these girls in action on Saturday when we presented them with a cheque for $6,000. to support this great organization.  
Bob and Sherrin presented images of their
recent trip to India.  This team of Rotarians visited many school sites and did a polio innoculation day.  With only 7 current new cases,
and continued vigilance we can succeed with polio eradication in 2016.  A truly awesome accomplishment spearheaded by Rotary.