Service above self.
Together we can make a difference.
These are the driving forces behind our club and all of Rotary. Community minded individuals from Calgary banded together in 1961 to start the Rotary Club Calgary North (RCCN). Over the years RCCN has contributed to numerous local and international causes. Our clubs areas of particular focus are youth and education however this is not exclusive. The following information is not everything we do or have done, but is a good indication of the kinds of things we are involved with.
Our club has capacity and the structures to conduct and complete many kinds of projects. You may want to review our Gallery tab to see information on the types of things we have done.
Rotary can be found at a community level almost anywhere in the world. We believe in collaboration so many of RCCNs service projects are in conjunction with other Rotary clubs, Rotary District 5360 and Rotary International. These are primarily funded through fund raising events. All funds garnered through fund raising are directed towards service projects.
RCCN is a very active, diverse and social club. We provide networking opportunities as well as mentoring and training to develop leaders from our membership. Members take on various roles and responsibilities that enable the club to contribute to our communities Social gatherings enable us to build friendships within and beyond the service work we engage in. In truth we are a group of like minded friends, who enjoy community work.
We welcome new comers to our Club. New members who bring energy, ideas and perspectives are the life blood to our Club, ensuring we continue to be of service.
Bring your ideas and enthusiasm as we move towards common goals. Help us help others.
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Calgary North in a World of Rotary
Rotary Club of Calgary North is part of District 5360 which has 75 Rotary, Rotaract, Interact and Earlyact Clubs with 1000+ leaders and humanitarians. Through service, we make lifelong friendships that transcend political, cultural, and generational boundaries and foster global understanding and respect.
Rotary International is comprised of 34 zones throughout the world. District 5360 is part of Zone 22.
Rotary International has 1.2 million members and 35,000+ clubs. Its causes include promoting peace, fighting disease, supporting education, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, protecting the environment, and growing local economies.