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Rotary is a service organisation and our Club's Community Service Comittee in conjunction with the Project Group aims to improve the quality of life within our local area and community. Our activities include promoting the welfare of people in the community, for example by providing assistance and support to those in need and improving our community environment. While raising funds is an important aspect, our Club members can most frequently be seen getting involved with community service projects.


Up and coming meetings

Please check our Club Calendar for committee meetings. Click here


Projects, local charities and organisations that we have recently supported

Breast Cancer Campaign. We support this campaign and the work they do.  Please Click here for their web site and to be part of the cure.

Carers of Epsom. Carers of Epsom are an independent organisation offering free support to Carers in the Epsom, Ewell and Banstead areas. Please Click here for the Carers of Epsom web site.

Cancer Research UK and Race for Life in Epsom. Every June our club helps with the stewarding at Race for Life on Epsom Downs, in support of the thousands of local ladies who run for Race for Life to support Cancer Research UK. Please Click here for the Race for Life web site.


Conquest Art. This charity pursues the value of creative art to physically disabled people in our local area. Classes are run by volunteer leaders and helpers trained in the methods and techniques devised by the charity's founder. Members are encouraged to create artwork from their imagination, to develop their own style, and to work at their own pace. Click here for the Conquest Art web site.


Cricket for Change. A charity that uses Cricket to do good amongst communities of young people who, for whatever reason, are disadvantaged. Click here for the Cricket for Change web site.

CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).  CRY was founded in 1995 in Tadworth to raise awareness of conditions that can lead to Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD); Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS, SADS).  The vision is to work with cardiologists and family doctors to promote and protect the cardiac health of our young by establishing good practice and screening facilities devoted to significantly reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death throughout the UK. Please Click here for the CRY web site.

Dyscover. Provides local support, encouragement and hope to people with dysphasia helping them to adjust to living with dysphasia on a long term basis and running a comprehensive programme of courses and activities which enable people to communicate to the best of their abilities in a happy and stimulating environment. Dyscover also help people find leisure and social activities that improve their quality of life.  Again our Club has supported this charity for the last few years. Click here for the Dyscover web site.

Epsom and Ewell Young Peoples Centre. Formerly the Stephen Woods Centre, the centre offers a youth club and a fantastic resource for young people.  We have undertaken a hands on refurbishment and decoration project at the centre and have also contributed funds to the its running costs.

Family Line. A Surrey based charity providing help and emotional support by listening to all family problems. PleaseClick here for our the Family Line web site.

Jigsaw4u. Jigsaw4u is a child-centered charity supporting children and young people through loss and trauma whilst also empowering them to have a voice in decision-making about their own lives.  Please Click here for the Jigsaw4u web site.


Jubilee Celebrations. Our Club supported  local residents and charities in running community activities for the Queen's Julilee Celebrations in local parks.


KidsOut. Our Club has supported KidsOut for many years, during which we have funded and organised events particularly at the Children's Trust Tadworth. Click here for the KidsOut web site.

Leatherhead Night Hostel. Established in 1977 the Leatherhead Night Hostel provides an invaluable service to vulnerable members of the community who require temporary accommodation. Our Club has supported the Hostel for many years.

MERU (Medical Engineering Resource Unit). An Epsom based charity that seeks to improve life for children and young people with disabilities by designing and custom-making specialist equipment for use at home, at school or college, in hospital or at play. They help when no ready made solution exists to meet a child or young person