Most charities are formed for a specific purpose: Rotary is not. What is Rotary trying to achieve? Quite simply its overarching aim is to change people's lives.
Worlwide, Rotary has over 32,000 clubs in 200 countries with a rich and diverse membership of over 1.2 million members.
Each club is autonomous and around the world we all share the same values and ideals of service as a major force for good locally and internationally. Formed in 1964 the Rotary Club of Llanidloes has been a catalyst for many initiatives in and around the Llanidloes area, raising considerable funds and participating in fun activities that support local, as well as international, good causes. As an example, over the last thirty years Rotary has virtually eliminated the impact of the wild Polio virus around the world, saving countless people from a crippled life.
Locally, our members from diverse professional and business backgrounds, we work together using their skills, knowledge and expertise supporting those needing a helping hand.
Why not ask about joining us to build contacts, enjoy lasting friendships, to share, learn and develop new business expertise whilst also enabling our charitable endeavors.
Do contact us soon, becoming a Rotarian could help change your life. - a warm, inclusive and friendly welcome awaits you here, and indeed everywhere that Rotarians meet around the globe - they are a nice bunch of people with great integrity. With a positive view on life in all its forms, we welcome interest and support from all parts of the business and professional community.
The larger our membership, the more people's lives we can change. Will you help: join us?
We meet on Wednesdays at 1900(No meeting following a Bank Holiday) Longbridge St.
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.
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