Community Fund. Apply here. Troon Rotary Community Support.
Each month the club donates 200 pounds to an applicant from TROON, LOANS or DUNDONALD. We raise funds and allocate money to be paid out at 200 pounds a month.
Troon Rotary Community Support
The Rotary Club of Troon is delighted to announce the introduction of their Community Support Programme. The Club is offering to donate 200 every month to help individuals or small, local groups from TROON, LOANS or DUNDONALD.
We are particularly keen to support clubs and organisations which themselves support children, teenagers, the elderly, individuals with disabilities and/ or additional needs. Applications from individuals are encouraged.
Please apply in plenty of time as multiple applications are received each month.Applications are considered every month and remain in the folder until the date entered on the application form.
Examples of what the 200 pounds could be used for might be; to fund instructors to help assist with groups, fund organisations who need training expertise, to buy equipment, to hire facilities to support community projects or to pay for a special day out for a group.
Terms and Conditions:
1. Applications are to be made on the form below and submitted online or by completing a paper copy of this form. Paper copies can be collected from the Library or can be posted out if requested by telephone.
2. Only applications made on the Troon Rotary Community Support Form will be considered.
3. You do not need to be a registered Charity. However, both the Rotary Club and the local press reserve the right to ask for evidence that your application is genuine.
4. Priority will be given to small groups and individuals who do not receive support from paid staff and/or professional fundraisers.
5. Applications will be judged by members of the Club on a rota-basis and one application will be selected every month as the recipient of 200. Unsuccessful applications will be carried forward into future months.
6. Applicants agree that in making this application they are willing to take part in any future publicity.
7. As Rotary International is a non-religious and non-political organisation, regretfully, funding applications which directly promote any religious or political activities cannot be considered.
TRCS Donation October 2019
South Ayrshire Dementia Support Association support 25 clients living in Troon. They asked for assistance to help to improve the lives of those living with memory impairment through their journey with dementia.details
TRCS Donation September 2019
Jenny Purdie, a second year Law student at Edinburgh University, asked for help in joining a summer school in Salzburg, Austria. Over 30 countries will be represented and she will be introduced to the legal systems of the countries involved.details
TRCS Donation August 2019
Jake Murray, from Dundonald, represented Scotland at the World Baton Twirling International Cup in France. Troon Rotary donated £200. Jack received a cheque from Lance Moffat, Robert Young and Alastair Reid. Jake won two Gold Medals and a Bronze.details
TRCS Donation July 2019
Laura Russell asked for support for Eco Ayrshire Festival. The donation will be used for posters, banners and hall hire. Lynda Hardman received a cheque from president Lance. Jess Reid, 1230 Dist Gov Jimmy Johnston and Lynda Hardman also starred.details
TRCS Donation June 2019
Anna McIvor asked for support to help her join a Raleigh International Expedition to Costa Rica in October. She will be living with local groups while working with them on, Educational activities, Local infrastructure projects and Ecological projects.details
TRCS Donation May 2019
Ayrshire Parkinson's asked for help to continue an outreach therapy project. Free therapies will be given to those with Parkinson's either at home or in the therapist premises. Robert Kerr received £200 from Ken MacLeod, Douglas Allison and Bill Weir.details
TRCS Donation April 2019
George Mulvany and Roger Watts FRSGS receiving £200 to hold an exhibition called South with Scotia in Troon Library, from 24 Jun to 20 Jul 2019. The exhibition will explain Scotland's part in Antarctic discovery and it's participants.details
TRCS Donation March 2019
Friends of Troon Beaches asked for assistance with the purchase of Beach Trollies, which are used to help them remove rubbish from our lovely beaches. John Crerar and Joan Duncan presented a cheque for £200 to Roslyn Stokes and Jan Dickson.details
TRCS Donation February 2019
Kathleen Hillis is a 14 year old dancer with local dance school. Karalyn Bell School of Dance. Kathleen asked for funds to help her buy training equipment, leotards and ballet shoes. She wants to become a professional dancer and eventually a teacher.details
TRCS Donation January 2019
Kirsty Allan, Fund Raiser,Eilidh McBean, Depute Head Teacher and Pupils of Struthers Primary School receiving Troon Rotary TRCS Donation From Bill and Ian Weir to replace a stage damaged in a fire.details
TRCS Donation December 2018
Emma Pattison will be a volunteer overseas in Phang Nga, Thailand with Global Vision international. Emma will be helping local children with Maths, English and sports activities. Emma received a cheque from John Crerar, Mike Shirwing and Douglas Allison.details
TRCS Donation November 2018
Jim Brodlie and three members of Troon Arthritis Group (TAG) Committee came along to our Rotary meeting to receive a TRCS cheque from Robert Young. The money will help with a visit to a pantomime at Ayr Gaiety Theatre for the elderly and infirm members.details
TRCS Donation October 2018
Friends of Dundonald Castle, Kirsteen Croll and Fiona Kennedy received a donation from Margaret Weir and Sheila Harsant of Rotary Club of Troon to help support their Music & Mayhem eveningdetails
TRCS Donation September 2018
Kirsty Cowan asked for assistance to attend Jiangxi University of finance and economics Summer School. She received a TRCS cheque from George Watson Joe Callaghan and Nigel Hornby.details
TRCS Donation August 2018
Ann Cowan will be travelling, with two other members of the Smiles Foundation, to Romania. There they will help children and families in poverty, Ann has worked with the Foundation for more than 10 years and wantsto help children with special needs.details
TRCS Donation July 2018
.Five members of the Senior Section of 2nd Troon Guides asked for help with the costs of attending an international camp in Austria. Sophie Tee says this will be an ideal opportunity to represent Troon. and its young people.details
TRCS Donation June 2018
Troon student Shona Gerrie wants to undertake a post graduate diploma in tropical nursing. She wants to help such organisations as Medicin sans Frontiers. The TRCs donation was presented by Douglas Allison, Nigel Hornby and Ian Kellydetails
TRCS Donation May 2018
Troon Explorer Scout, Scott Grassom was presented with a cheque for £200 by Rotarians Sheila Harstant, Jess Reid and John Crerar. This will help Scott to attend the 2019 World Scout Jamboree West Virginia USA.details
TRCS Donation April 2018
Members of 12 Days of Christmas received a TRCS Donation from Rotarians, Ian Weir, David Sutherland and Joe Callachan. They need to produce 78 Costumes for Troon Wintertainment....details
TRCS Donation March 2018
members of the Walker Avenue Sheltered Housing Unit receiving a cheque from Rotarians Robert Young, Mike Schirwing and Stuart Kane to help purchase a Tumble Drier for use in the communal Day Room.details
TRCS Donation February 2018
Iona Milne asks for funds to help with a visit to Lesotho, southern Africa. She will meet young women involved with Guiding, hoping to recruit more guiders and help to train future Guiding Association leaders.details
TRCS Donation January 2018
7th Troon Brownies asked for help with outings or visits. They have decided to put the Rotary donation towards new neckerchiefs for the pack. These may be purple as a reminder of Rotary's support for End Polio Now....details