Statement from the RAGFP Chair
Conflicts and illnesses around the globe are adversely affecting millions of people, including a number of those close to the Rotary Action Group for Peace (RAGFP).  In this time of turmoil, the leadership of the RAGFP wishes to reaffirm its commitment to non-violence, and to the desire to help everyone find a path to permanent Peace, thereby protecting the Human Rights for all mankind.

The Board encourages all nations to engage in meaningful dialogue towards the cessation of violence and to a mutual desire for a good and equitable outcome for all.

Alison Sutherland
Rotary Action Group for Peace - Chair
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Winnipeg.
The Club that made Rotary international on November 3, 1910
We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
at the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg
243-375 York Avenue
Note: Due to COVID19, the club is currently meeting virtually.We meet on Zoom on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Our COVID19 Response
Local Projects:
  • Winnipeg Harvest ($2,000)
  • Computers for Kids ($4,000) in partnership with Inspire Community Outreach.
  • Food Hampers for Families ($1,000) through Hugh John MacDonald School
  • Willow Place ($800) a women’s shelter. Funds were used to purchase PPE
  • Ma Mawi Emergency Food Program ($800) for children and in-need families
  • HIP National COVID-19 Fund ($500) Honouring Indigenous Peoples (HIP)
  • Finding Our Power Together ($2500) based out of Ryerson University to provide support to remote FN communities in northern and NW Ontario.
South Africa:
  • 1,000 Survival Gardens RC of Gibson (BC) & RC of Hillcrest ($3,500) – seeds and tools  
  • Sondla Abantwana (Taking Care of Children)
    In partnership with the Rotary Club (RC) of Johnannesburg New Dawn, the RC of Winnipeg donated USD $1500 to help feed students in Alexandra township , Johannesburg
  • Porridge Project Our partner Rotary E-Club of South Africa One is providing basic nutrition to people in remote villages near Pietermaritzburg.   Each meal costs a mere 8 cents (CDN), and a 5 Kg bag of the porridge coverts into 100 meals!  The RC of Winnipeg donated USD $1300 toward this noble cause.
  • Food Supplies  Strini Reddy was able to obtain a large amount of food supplies to remote communities. The supplies were transported from Pietermaritzburg to our partner RC Hillcrest, who distributed the food to the neediest areas.  $2500 was donated to accomplish this service.
Our Mission: "To create community through fellowship and service, to eliminate poverty and disease and to provide knowledge and opportunity, especially for young people."
Our Vision: "Being an exemplary club in meeting its mission, through a sustainable vibrant membership."
Our Upcoming Speakers
Kathy Knight,Exec. Dir.,MITT, Cybersecurity Centre
Aug 04, 2021
Cybersecurity - Beyond IT

Kathy Knight - Executive Director of the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence

Alex Regiec. City of Winnipeg, Transportation Lead
Aug 18, 2021
Winnipeg's Transportation Master Plan 2050
Dr. John Wiens
Sep 01, 2021
Role of Education on Poverty
Britany and Sage
Sep 15, 2021
Adventures in Canadian Citizenship Experience
Upcoming Events
Board of Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Executive Secretary/Director
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Youth Services
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International Service
Community Service
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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion – Rotary Values
Diversity – Our Club welcomes people of all backgrounds, cultures, experiences and identities
Equity – Our Club strives for the fair treatment, opportunity and advancement of all Rotary participants
Inclusion – Our club is working to create experiences where all people feel welcomed, respected and valued