Ukraine Support District 5550 Clubs
Raised over $30,000 in support of Ukraine. We forwarded the money to ShelterBox of Canada for disbursement in Poland. This amount was raised in response to the request and was accomplished In about two weeks.
After not doing any fundraising for about 2 years, we decided to have an online Spring Raffle!! After a few technical delays, we were finally able to begin in May, with a draw date of June 30. Our good friends at Save on Food in Kildonan Place have graciously donated $1000 in Save on Food Gift Cards!! 4th prize receives $100 Gift Card, 3rd prize is $200 in save on Food GC, 2nd prize is awarded $300 in SOF GC, and the top prize winner gets their hands on $400 in the cards!! Who doesn't need groceries!! Tickets are only $10 each and are available online only....visit our website or FB page to get the link's as easy as 1,2,3,4...
The Rotary Club of Dryden 
We took orders for frozen food packages for the upcoming Bar b que season (two stuffed Chicken Breasts, a Rack of Ribs,Two Stacks, Bacon Wrapped Scallops and 6 Potatoes and 4 desserts) .We sold then for $80 each, $20 of each went to ShelterBox for their work with Rotarians in Ukraine and surrounding countries.
We made $3000 for ShelterBo and had fun doing it. Now we await nicer weather so we can bar b que!!
The Rotary Club of Selkirk has the following to raise funds:
1.  $500 donation to Rotary Disaster Fund
2.  Partnership with a local wood carving artist to raffle 5 carvings off with all proceeds going to the Ukrainian National Congress of Canada to assist with efforts in Ukraine.
The Moose Jaw Rotary Club and the Moose Jaw Wakamow Rotary Club are raising funds with the following:
Moose Jaw’s two Rotary clubs will be hosting a special Ukrainian supper on Friday, April 29th, to raise funds to help Ukrainian refugees in Poland.
“All profits will go to Rotary in Poland, to provide humanitarian aid most needed by Ukrainian refugees. It could be used for things like food, shelter, medical services, transportation,” said Moose Jaw Wakamow Rotarian, Glenn Hagel.
Glen Blager, of the Rotary Club of Moose Jaw, said, “This is a special way that the people of Moose Jaw can help Ukrainian refugees who have fled to Poland from their Ukrainian homes.”
The Ukrainian meal begins at 5:30 at the Church of Our Lady Hall, 566 Vaughan Street, with pick up takeout orders available from 4:45 to 6:15.
The special menu includes deluxe handmade cabbage rolls, loaded handmade perogies, Ukrainian Co-op sausage, Deruny(Ukrainian potato pancakes), caramelized onions and sour cream, with Honey Babka for dessert.
Tickets are available for $30, through SaskTix or at the Mosaic Place box office. Orders can be made online by clicking HERE.
Glenn and Glen’s concluding message to Moose Javians is … “You can help Ukrainian refugees!”
In addition, we are holding a perogy-making instructional evening on April 27.  Our goal is to assemble at least 40 people (10 groups of 4), which would be made up of members from our combined clubs (Moose Jaw Wakamow and Moose Jaw) and community members.  From the Moose Jaw community, we would like to target husband-wife combinations from the Ukrainian community, business, RCMP, Police Services, city hall, media, government, etc.  We’ll need approximately 20-25 bodies. In a perfect world, we would like to celebrate the event as Moose Jaw ‘Coming Together’ to support Ukrainian refugees with all the press we can muster.  Similarly, by involving leaders from the community, we hope to influence some ‘word of mouth’ promotion for our fundraiser.  Finally, the event is an opportunity for the two clubs to work together and perhaps recruit some potential members.  At very least, we’ll have a good time and make the perogies for our Ukrainian dinner.  
The South Eastman Rotary Club will be holding a jail and bail on May 12.
They will be holding a “Jail & Bail” event where local celebrities and business owners will be “arrested” and will need to fundraise their pre-set “bail” amount in order to be released.  The proceeds will be split between Ukraine and our local soup kitchen, Soup’s On, to support their school lunch program.
The Rotary Club of Winnipeg has raised $2,900 for the Red Cross Appeal.
The Rotary Club of Winnipeg - Assiniboine 
using their clubs Foundation held a campaign amongst its Members in support of the citizens of Ukraine. 
A cheque in the amount of $2,675.00 was sent to the Canada - Ukraine Foundation Humanitarian Relief Appeal.
is fundraising for Shelterbox activities for the people of Ukraine. The Club has meet with Shelterbox virtually to get a good understanding of the needs on the gorund in Ukraine.
The Rotary Club of Flin Flon 
contributed $ 1200.00 through the Rotary Foundation in support of the Ukraine crisis.
Rotary makes $3,600 ShelterBox donation 
Members of the Rotary Club of Brandon have arranged a significant contribution toward ShelterBox Canada — an organization that is providing critical needs to refugees fleeing the crisis in Ukraine in the form of temporary housing.
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