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We meet on

Mondays at 6:30 PM

35 Brunel Road Unit #5 
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 3E8
(905) 501-5500
Upcoming Events
    Woodbine Banquet Hall
    Apr 29, 2023 6:00 PM –
    Apr 30, 2023 12:01 AM
Club Executives & Directors
Past President
The Rotary Club of Brampton Flower City Centennial recognizes that diversity represents one of Canada's greatest strengths. May is Asian Heritage Month, a time to reflect and recognize the many contributions that have been and continue to be made. 
One of the club's newest initiatives was to support Plan International: Because I Am A Girl. At Plan International they believe in a just world for all where children's rights are respected and girls are equal. Their goals align with many of Rotary's areas of focus as they want to ensure that every child is healthy, educated, protected, valued, respected and heard. As a club, we are very delighted to be apart of this worthy cause.


It is always a very special moment when we have the opportunity to welcome new members into the fellowship of our club!

In 2020, Rotary International announced that they would be adding a seventh area of focus: supporting the environment. This April, in support of Earth Day, our club proudly took part in the Peel Battery Collection. 

We are happy to announce that our annual Spring Fling will be taking place on Saturday May 7th, 2022 at Woodbine Banquet Hall. We look forward to hosting you at our event this year! 
As Rotarians we are dedicated to six areas of focus to build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world. As mentioned in our President's message one of our club's goals were to touch on each area of focus within Rotary. Our club started off this initiative by donating $1000 to Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer. We were happy to contribute to the world's largest road hockey fundraiser! 




The members of the Rotary Club of Brampton Flower City Centennial, acknowledges the effects of the COVID 19 Pandemic.  Our club is relatively small but active.  The COVID 19 Pandemic affected both our primary fundraising events from last year. However, as devoted Rotarians our members identified several opportunities where we could be of service in our community.

As a club we took on three different initiatives within 2020 where we were able to provide assistance.

Our first initiative involved supporting a young immigrant family that was in dire need after the father fell seriously ill. The members of the club pooled funds together and our club made a matching contribution. We were able to raise in excess of $5000.00 for this family. In addition, in the sprit of the holiday season, our members packed a substantial gift basket for the children of this family.

The second initiative was to support Madoc Public School. Collectively, the club raised $1,150.00. We reached out to one of our supporters who owns a grocery store and with his contribution we were able to put together groceries to provide 30 Boxes for 30 Families. He also donated a $25.00 gift card to the families for future use. With all of our efforts combined we were able to feed 45 plus families to ensure they would have meals over the holidays.

Our third project was to provide financial assistance to The Knightstable. On an ongoing basis this organization provides meals to the Brampton needy community.  Again, the members pooled their resources and the club made a matching contribution. We also donated 50 cloth masks to this organization.  The donation given will help the organization, as they will need to purchase non-perishable items, sanitary products as well as hygiene items.

As the Pandemic continues to be prevalent in 2021, our club ensures to search for opportunities where we could be of service and help each other through these uncertain times.