Rotary Club of Chilliwack/Fraser Pediatric Observation Unit
In 2015, the Rotary Club of Chilliwack/Fraser contributed $75,000 to the Fraser Valley Healthcare Foundation to enhance the Pediatric Observation Unit at Chilliwack General Hospital.
Rotary Hospice Centre
From 2004-2006, our club raised $50,000 and contributed countless volunteer hours to renovating the Rotary Hospice Centre, the home of many programs and services of Chilliwack Hospice Society.
Chilliwack Bowls of Hope Society
Chilliwack Bowls of Hope Society received a gift from our club in 2015, a new van for the delivery of meals to children less fortunate in our community. The Chilliwack Progress has the story here.
Gwynne Vaughan Park Rotary Pavilion
In 2004, our club built a Rotary Garden Pavilion located at Gwynne Vaughan Park on Fairfield Island. Visit for more info.
Runway for Rotary
Runway for Rotary is a tri-club annual event that celebrates local fashion, along with local food and drink, for one fabulous evening in support of Rotary community projects.
Rotary Train
Our Rotary Train is a popular family-friendly ride at numerous community events, including The Chilliwack Fair, Canada Day Celebrations, and Gwynne Vaughan Park Plant Sale. The loonies and toonies collected for each ride help fund our community service projects.
Rotary Christmas Parade
In 2014, the three Rotary clubs in Chilliwack partnered with the City of Chilliwack to present the annual Christmas parade to delight of thousands of local children. To learn more about the Rotary Christmas Parade, visit
Ruth & Naomi's Mission
In 2015, our club offered $73,000 to help fund the expansion of an emergency shelter at Ruth & Naomi's Mission in downtown Chilliwack. To learn more, The Chilliwack Progress has the story here.
Meals on Wheels
For two months each year - once in the Spring and once in the Fall - club members volunteer their time for the Chilliwack Community Services program, Meals on Wheels. M.OW. is home delivery of fresh or frozen nutritious meals to individuals who, because of age, illness or disability, cannot prepare adequate meals for themselves. More information is available at:
UFV Dental Hygiene Program
In 2012, our club committed to funding $75,000 in equipment and materials for the health science facilities at the University of the Fraser Valley. The Chilliwack Times has the story here.
Chilliwack Community Services Family Literacy
In 2016, our club donated ten refurbished computers with keyboards, monitors and updated software, to Chilliwack Community Services Family Literacy program and Gateway for Families computer lab at Chilliwack Central Elementary Community School. The Chilliwack Progress has the story here.
Other Projects Supported by Chilliwack Fraser Rotary