The Rotary Club of Elland take part in a wide array of youth activities across the area.Details
Water's Edge Nursery staff holding some of the dozens of shoeboxes their children & families have filled prior to loading into Rotarian Andrew Marsh's car to take to Santa's grotto.Details
A representative of the Dave Channel contacted The Rotary Club of Elland in order to use the Santa Sleigh in a Christmas episode of 'Meet the Robinsons'Details
These certificates were delivered to the schools and pre-school from Elland that took part in the recent Rotary Clubs of Calderdale's Christmas Shoebox Appeal when over 2,000 shoeboxes were filled and then distributed to local charities.Details
The Rotary Club of Elland is a community based group of male and female volunteers who work to make a difference locally, nationally and internationally. The club is a mixed group of local ordinary men and women of all ages dedicated to having fun with a purpose.
The members give their time, energy and expertise serving the community through Rotary International's many programmes. The focus is mainly working on community based projects but also raising funds for local charities based in Elland and the surrounding area of Greetland, Barkisland, Stainland & Holywell Green.
Rotary International is a global organisation having 35,000 clubs in 200+ countries with over 1.2 million members. Rotary, formed in 1905 and like most voluntary organisations is going through a period of change. The Rotary Club of Elland is in the forefront of that change. The initiative and the energy that makes our club and its fund raising events so successful and a lot of fun is what a modern day Rotary Club is all about. Rotary’s moto is “Service above Self” which is what Rotary is really about to its members - putting something back to meet the ever changing community needs.
We no longer have attendance rules meaning that you can give as much or as little time as you can however as with anything the more you put in the more you get out. There isn't a formal dress code either. The only rule Rotary asks is that the club meets twice a month. We meet weekly (except Bank Holidays) with a meal once a month and a speaker on another week on a variety of subjects. At Elland we pride ourselves by being innovative and offer a “try before you buy” Associate Membership where you can enjoy fellowship and get to know how Rotary works.
Our membership of Rotary International offers many benefits, one being the privilege of being welcomed into any Rotary Club in the world where you can be sure of the same friendly welcome and hospitality.
If you want to come along to an event or meeting to see what Elland Rotary is about give us a call, you will be made most welcome.
We meet on Mondays at 19.15(Except Bank Holidays) Cooper Kitchen & Bar
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