Gifts that are Agents of Change

These are just SEVEN examples of how generous donors have made an impact at home and around the world by contributing to the RGC Fund of the Rotary Club of Guelph Charitable Foundation. Won’t you join them today?

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The T.T. Skov Auditorium – Guelph Evergreen Centre



The Evergreen Senior’s Centre was officially opened on February 19, 1992. The RGC Fund contributed $300,000 towards its construction and the naming of the T.T. Skov Auditorium where thousands of residents have since gathered for events, social activities, recreational sports, arts and crafts, enriching the lives of senior residents in so many ways.

T.T. Skov Auditorium- Guelph Evergreen Centre

John McCrae Memorial Statue



This iconic statue outside the Guelph Museum honours the local doctor who became immortal with his World War 1 poem “In Flanders Fields”. The RGC Fund donated $100,000 to its design, creation and placement on one of the city’s highest points.  The statue attracts thousands of visitors to Guelph every year.

John Mccrae Statue




International Projects


Through the years, we have supported relief, education, health services and building projects in North America, Africa, Asia and numerous developing countries around the world.  More than $200,000 has been donated in support of these initiatives.

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Guelph Youth Music Centre



Opened in 2001, the GYMC is a unique facility that educates, enriches and fosters the development of our youth through music and the arts.  The RGC Fund is proud to be a contributing donor to this wonderful venture and has donated more than $50,000 to its exceptionally creative programs and services over the years

Guelph Youth Music Centre


Developing Countries Farm Radio Network



Inspired by the vision of legendary broadcaster George Atkins, the DCFRN provides agricultural information, advice and news to more than 1500 radio stations for broadcast in 100 countries. The RGC Fund, through the living legacy of Rotarian Dave Kennedy, has been an active supporter of this program for many years

Farm Radio


Marguerite and Newt Clayton Community Dialysis Centre



Located adjacent to the Guelph General Hospital and endowed by an exceptionally generous gift from the Clayton Family, administered by the RGC Fund, the Dialysis Centre serves more than 50 patients a week with 9 hemodialysis stations.

Marguerite and Newt Clayton Community Dialysis Centre


RGC Indigenous Awareness Committee



The RGC Fund supports the extraordinary BHENY (Better Hearing for Northern Youth) program that provides amplified sound systems for hundreds of children in northern Ontario schools who experience hearing loss. Since 2015, more than $25,000 has been given to this project with far-reaching results.

RCG Indigenous Awareness Commitee

All the RGC Fund’s gifts to these programs have ONLY been made possible by community donors.  We invite you to join them today and become a donor to the RGC Fund.  Transform. Empower. Sustain. Grow. Develop.  There are so many ways in which we can put your generosity to work!

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