Purchase fresh, local Fraser Valley Strawberries (washed, sliced and ready to enjoy) from Squamish Rotary, and support our International project in Mexico.

Strawberries come cleaned and sliced, and packed in their own juices. There is no sugar or water added. Choose from a 5kg (11lbs) pail or a 13.5kg (30lbs) pail.

Order by May 31st, and pick up on June 6th at 101-42000 Loggers Lane, Squamish (Forestry Office across the street from Brennan Park) Pick up is between 10am and 2pm.


There are 3 easy ways to order

1. You can order online by using the link on the right hand side of our webpage 

2. Call  1-877-972-2074 to place an order over the phone

3. Click this link:



100% of the proceeds from the sale will go directly to EEE, our International partner program, the Escuela de Educación Especial de San Miguel de Allende, A.C. (San Miguel School for Special Education).


There are no publicly funded schools for deaf children in the State of Guanajuato, Mexico. If the parent of a deaf child wishes to send their child to school they have no option but to send them to languish, virtually untaught, in a public school classroom with hearing students and with no special instruction whatsoever.  At EEE, there are now three Mexican teachers providing a high standard of specialized education to deaf children in this region.   EEE is a registered non-profit society. 

At EEE, the children and their families get support that enables them to lead happy and productive lives.  Some students are provided with Digital Hearing Devices; all enjoy exposure to the community through field trips, and participate in staged events; students and their friends and families are taught sign language; and the students are even taught about the value of service, as they offer assistance to others in need (carrying groceries for elderly folks as an example).


EEE is supported by dedicated local professionals and many active volunteers.  The Rotary Club of San Miguel de Allende partners with clubs from across North America, including our club in Squamish, to help support this worthy cause.  To learn more about EEE and the many programs they are undertaking, check out http://www.eeesma.com/about.html