Coed Cae Interact Club Won RIBI Best Interact project 2016 and 2017

For the second year our amazing Interactors scoop the national award and receive the award at the RIBI Conference in Manchester April 2017

Interact Best Project Award

The CedCae Interactors have certainly made an impact on the area in which we are lcoated and won the RIBI Best interact project for 2 sucessive years, 2016 and 2017 and were finalists in 2018.

The links to their films as to why are attached so take a look and see why we as a club are very proud of the young people in our CoedCae Interact Club.

2015-16 award

2016-17 award

This award, in the form of a shield, is presented at the RIBI Annual Conference, to an Interact Club for the best overall project in terms of impact of project, overall scope and innovation. The project must be completed during the calendar year prior to the award been made  -

This is how Interact Clubs can enter for the award 
Eligible nominees: Interact Clubs.
Who can nominate: The District or Club Youth Service Chairman.
Deadline: Project completed by 31st December, with the completed application being received at RIBI by 31st January 
Awarded by: The RIBI Youth Service Group.
Guidance for Entries
Suggested items to include in the entry;
Name of Interact Club
Name of Sponsoring Rotary Club and District Name and contact details of Rotary Liaison Officer or person submitting the entry Background information about the project  What has been the overall benefit of the project and whom/what has benefited? Why was this project chosen i.e. teacher in school had experience of the project How were funds raised and how much?  Was it match funded? What the money was used for? Was it a project that didn’t involve fund raising, but rather time and commitment? If so what commitment was undertaken? Have Interactors visited the project and participated? If it was linked to a school/youth group, did it result in an Interact/RotaKids/Rotaract club? Was it linked to Rotary key areas? ie; 
Eradication of poverty, hunger and malnutrition

Improvement of water supplies and sanitation  

Reduction of child mortality  

Control of diseases  

Achievement of education for all 

Projects do not have to linked to these areas Include within the entry newspaper articles, letters of thanks, photos – items that will support that this project has been for the benefit of others
The submission will be in the form of a file/folder/scrap book
For further information contact the RIBI Youth Service Group Member – Interact 

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