Who we are and what we do...
As its name implies, the International Service Committee's focus is on service beyond Canada's borders. After all, Rotary is a worldwide organization with 1.3 million members in more than 160 countries. 'International Service' describes the many programs and activities that Rotarians undertake to advance international understanding, goodwill, and peace. 
International Service committees work with clubs and districts to identify resources to develop international projects and design global grants of higher quality and greater scale by leveraging local Rotarian, Rotaractors, and Rotary alumni expertise, establishing connections between clubs in your district and a host or international partner, and creating a network of local experts to help with planning projects and grants.
The Rotary Club of Middleton is pleased to be part of the Multi-Clubs International Services Committee which manages the Clubs' donations to various international projects and participation in various District and Global Grants.    
In addition, the Club itself donates to two major international initiatives: Shelterbox disaster relief efforts (as pictured to the right) and the Polio Plus 'End Polio Now' initiative, which you can learn more about by clicking on the link below.
Chair: Sharon Hutton
Members: Sylvester Atkinson
Tulip Bulb Sales
Learn more about our Tulip Bulb Sale project here:  https://rotaryclubofmiddleton.com/photoalbums/community-tulip-initiative