Funding & Projects
Since 1954, the Rotary Club of Terrace has invested in programs and services that benefit our local communities. Our donations have helped:
  • Multiple food programs to assist families, individuals and children in need
  • The Happy Gang Seniors Centre installed a much-needed elevator to the basement so seniors can bowl and play games
  • Graduating high school seniors go on to post-secondary institutions
If you have a project or program you would like to submit a funding application for please download the Funding Request Form found on the top left of the page and email to
Major projects the Rotary Club of Terrace has been a part of:
  • Building the Splash Park at the library park for families to enjoy during the summer
  • Installing a walkway and gazebo at McConnell Estates for the residents to enjoy the outdoors and view of the city
  • Adopt-a-Highway semi-annual highway clean up between the roundabout and Northwest Regional Airport
2013/14 Projects funded by the Rotary Club of Terrace
  • Youth Leadership: We sent a few students to the District 5040 Conference, 2 students to Ottawa to attend Adventures in Citizenship, 1 student to Prince Rupert for Adventures in Industry, 1 student to RYLA South, 1 to RYLA North and will be sending several students to RYLA Lakelse
  • $4000 was given to the UNBC Healthcare Traveling Roadshow - a grass-roots initiative to address rural health care shortages
  • $3000 will be given to a graduating senior from Caledonia High School to pursue post-secondary education
  • $500 was given to the Pacific Mist Choral group
  • $500 was given to Caledonia's Dry Grad
  • $1,000 was given to the NW Education 88 Foundation
  • $2500 was given so kids in Grade 5 from all over the area can go on a field trip to learn about forestry and it's place in the ecosystem
  • $3500 was given to Terrace Hospice to upgrade their lending library. Hospice clients and families use these resources to learn self-care, coping skills and to work through grief and loss.
  • $2000 was given to the Terrace Beautification Society for the Grand Trunk Pathway/Gazebo planting project
  • $500 was given to the BC Secondary School Mathematics Contest
  • $2,500 was given to Snow Valley Nordic Ski Club for the purchase of a new grooming machine
  • $500 was given to Literacy Terrace to hand out books to families at Family Literacy Day
  • $2,500 was given to the Salvation Army for Christmas Hampers
  • $400 was given to the Terrace Minor Hockey team
  • $4,800 was given to Shelterbox for the disaster in the Phillipines
  • $1,000 was given to Alianza for medications for their community health clinic in Comitancillo, Guatemala
  • $2,500 was given to the Snow Valley Nordic Ski Club to go towards the purchase of a new grooming machine
  • $1,800 was given to the Terrace and District Arts Council for the 2014 Family Day ExCraftagaza
  • $2,000 was given to Kitwanga Elementary School for their breakfast program
  • $25,000 was given to the Dr. REM Lee Hospital Foundation for the purchase of a diagnostic ultrasound machine for Mills Memorial Hospital
  • $5,000 was given to the Terrace Public Library for the renovation of an adult reading room
  • $8,500 was given to the City of Terrace to install a winter bus shelter in front of the Park Avenue Medical Building
  • $750 was given to the City of Terrace Youth Advisory Committee to hold a two-day clinic on volunteerism for high school students
  • $5,000 was given to the Bee World Project to teach 32 farmers each month in Gondar, Ethiopia, about beekeeping, woodworking, metal fabrication, and sewing, so that each student can learn about making their own beekeeping equipment and protective clothing. Staff envision establishing an out-reach program so that within five years the facility will have the ability to improve the lives of literally thousands of farmers