Club Information

Service Above Self

Mondays at 12:15PM
Rodd Charlottetown Hotel
75 Kent Street
Charlottetown, PE  C1A 1M9
Canada
 
 
Rotary Radio Bingo PEI
Rotary Radio Bingo is a media Bingo broadcast on CFCY the Island’s Country music station,
95.1FM
, every Tuesday night from 7:00PM until 8:00PM. The Rotary Radio Bingo operates in
the CFCY listening area (island wide) and is operated by the Rotary Club of Charlottetown - click here for full rules.
 
Bingo Cards are sold through a number of retail locations, please click here to see a complete list of distributors.
 
 
 
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During our first round of donations, we were so pleased to donate $50,000 to Island organizations which will impact our local communities
 
55+ Games Society                                    $ 6,500.00
Alzheimer Society of PEI                             $ 3,000.00
Boys & Girls Club of Charlottetown               $15,000.00
Children's Wish PEI                                     $10,000.00
Elder Dog PEI                                             $ 2,000.00
PEI Women's Business Association               $7,000.00
PEI Wild Child Forest School                        $ 5,000.00
Total                                                          $50,000.00
 
After donating our first $50,000 - we have also had the opportunity to help even more!

Mikinduri Children of Hope                                                     $20,000.00
Birchwood School Library                                                       $ 7,500.00
Paramedic Association of PEI                                                  $ 2,000.00
Shelterbox                                                                            $ 1,000.00
CFCY Christmas Miracle Campaign                                          $    500.00 
Queens County Music Festival for the Audrey Gillis Award         $    250.00
New Grand Total from the Bingo Funds                             $80,750.00
 
 
Here is a list of what this Club has done this fiscal year to date in terms of other donations:
 
Tears for Smiles (Haitian School)           $3,000.00
 
Easter Seals Provincial Committee (Charitable Trust): 
 
The Arthritis Society of PEI                         $1,500.00
Autism Society of PEI                                 $3,000.00
Camp Gencheff Camp Gencheff                   $22,000.00
Community Inclusions (Western)                 $5,000.00
Cerebral Palsy Association                           $2,500.00
Joyriders Therapeutic Riding Association       $7,500.00
PEI Ground Search & Rescue                       $15,000.00
Prince Street School                                   $1,500.00
Total                                                         $58,000.00
 
Donations from the Provincial Easter Seals Committee for disbursement to the Rotary Club’s of PEI (Charitable Trust) as follows:

RCC Charlottetown    $32,213.20
RCC Summerside      $18,345.40
RCC Montague          $  7,441.40
Total                       $58,000.00
 
Donations this fiscal year from the Charlottetown Club portion of the Charitable Trust:  
 
Pat & The Elephant                           $25,000.00
Camp Gencheff                                 $15,000.00
Polioplus                                           $ 3,000.00
Total                                                $53,000.00
 
Grand Total: $252,750.00
 

We are so pleased to welcome Richelle Greathouse to our Club. Richelle is the International Student Advisor at the University of Prince Edward Island and she has been instrumental in helping launch our Rotaract Club at UPEI.

Fun fact: Richelle is an avid gardener and can frequently be seen carrying bags of vegetables from her garden at the Farm Centre.

At the April 23rd meeting we had Kaaren May Phd Director of Industry research at UPEI's School of Sustainable Design Engineering spoke about the SHAD program.  SHAD's mission is to empower exceptional youth to make the world a better place. Every July, about 900 of Canada’s best and brightest come together to experience SHAD’s unique experiential-learning program - rooted in the STEAM disciplines of science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics – while gaining self-confidence, entrepreneurial and workforce skills, internship opportunities, and a network for life. SHAD Fellows are Change Makers for Canada here at home and around the world. There is a chapter of SHAD at UPEI for those willing to get involved.