Supporting Our Community – Pathstone’s River House RENO
Pathstone has purchased 102 River Road in Welland in order to help Niagara’s youth in South Niagara.
Pathstone's goal is to ensure kids are in care and not sitting on a wait list which has begun to happen over the past two years. (current waitlist is just under 800 kids)
Pathstone's solution is to reach into every corner of our community, enabling them to see more kids and keep them closer to home. Nearly 40 percent of the kids and families they see are from Niagara South. That means, parents and caregivers are investing endless hours driving children to and from St. Catharines for mental health support.
Roman, Anna and Family are honoured and proud to support Pathstone Foundation right here in our City of Welland.
If you are interested in supporting Pathstone Foundation or learning more about the services Pathstone Mental Health provides, contact Kim Rossi at: or directly at 289-969-8342
YMCA of Niagara August 30, 2019
Thanks to the support from the Groch family, children at the Niagara Centre YMCA, Welland can enjoy a refreshed and naturalized outdoor play area. Their generous contribution will provide hours of creative play for children enjoying YMCA programs. Thank you so much for this amazing gift to children in this community.
For more on our YMCA community involvement, click this link to NiagaraOnline.com's story
COMMEMORATIVE UNVEILING On September 12, 2018
On September 12, 2018, Welland Mayor Campion, representatives from Habitat For Humanity Niagara and Members of Welland Rotary gathered at the intersection of Frazer Street and Mill Street in Welland to ‘unveil’ a new street sign.
This sign is a new concept for the City. The Commemorative Street Naming Program recognizes local organizations that have made contributions in the community based on historical content and/or community involvement. Although Frazer Street will retain its legal street name, the new Welland Rotary Way will stand as a reminder and observe how the Rotary Club of Welland made significant contributions to the Habitat for Humanity Niagara build on Frazer Street.
“I’m proud of the leadership Rotary Members provide both within the local community and the community at large,” said Welland Rotary President David Alexander. He continued, “In this case, four Rotarians, Nick Bodo, Paul Leon, Roman A. Groch, and Graham Speck, stepped up and supported this initiative. We are also proud of our partnership with Habitat For Humanity Niagara.”
449 Thorold Road
Welland, ON L3C 3W7
Roman A. Groch