Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Rotary Club of Steveston
Serving the Community of Steveston since 2001.
Our Club is committed to the ideal of contributing to the well-being of our community and the wider world through our various fundraising efforts.
We are passionate about fun, fellowship, and finding ways to support our community.
Take a look at our service projects, how we endeavor to change lives for the better, and the exciting ways you can help support our efforts.
You’re always welcome to join us for breakfast at the Steveston Hotel on Tuesday mornings at 7am. We’ll be waiting to greet you!
A few things we’re great at
The Write to Read Project was an original initiative of former Lieutenant Governor of BC Steven L. Point and Past Rotary District Governor Bob Blacker to support literacy in First Nations Communities.
Salvation Army Hospice House
The garden at the Salvation Army Rotary Hospice House on No. 4 Road was designed by Rotarian Vivian Atcheler. Along with her team of happy helpers and donations from local businesses, this incredible garden is a peaceful haven for those seeking comfort and solitude.
BC Disaster Relief
2021 brought unprecedented challenges to many areas in British Columbia. In the middle of the pandemic we saw devastating fires and floods that crippled many communities. Our club helped organize direct assistance with Lytton and surrounding areas.
Each year our club changes our leadership team to make sure we’re keeping things fresh and new. When you have a core set of Rotary values showing us the way, it is very easy to stay on task.
Brian van Sickle