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Rotary In Our Community

Rotary In Our Community

Haddenham Rotary's contributions to our local community

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Rotary Youth Leadership Award

Rotary Youth Leadership Award

An all-expenses-paid opportunity for personal development

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Haddenham Junior School Forest School and Meadowland Projects

Haddenham Junior School Forest School and Meadowland Projects

Forest School is a long term child-centred inspirational play and exploration process which includes supported risk taking

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Rotary for Youth

Rotary for Youth

Join a thriving youth community through Interact and Rotaract

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'The Waddesdon' Sponsored Ride

'The Waddesdon' Sponsored Ride

Our glorious non-competitive cross country sponsored ride on the exclusive Waddesdon Estate will return 10th October 2021

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Young Photographer Competition 2021

Young Photographer Competition 2021

Once again generously supported by Paul Wilkinson Photography, details of our 2021 Competition are available here

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About us

 

 

Haddenham Rotary Still Active During COVID


Rotary is a vibrant international volunteer organisation for all genders
A social network with the serious purpose of making the world a better place

While we work through COVID, we meet virtually using Zoom
where members continue to actively engage with one another
and with the communities we support

We also make changes to keep our events Covid safe

Check out 'Happening Soon' section in the right hand side bar

 

Come and help us or join in one of our virtual meetings

 

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Our Community Support Page:

 

Most important is that members of our Community continue to stay safe
and not put themselves at risk of contracting the virus

Tim Mahoney

President 

Haddenham and District Rotary

 

The Scope and Scale of Rotary Volunteering


A study released in December 2019 by the Johns Hopkins Centre, Baltimore, USA
found that Rotary give an estimated annual contribution of 47 million volunteer hours,
equivalent almost to 27,000 full-time paid workers,
and saving US$850 million in service costs, each year

50% of volunteer hours are contributed by Rotary members age 56 years and over
and women accounted for 26% of volunteer hours

Latin America volunteers give the most at 6.4 hours/volunteer/month,
Middle East 6.2 hours, Europe 4.7 hours and USA and Canada 3.7 hours

Half of all volunteer hours are devoted to health, education and social assistance
and 20% to Culture, Community and Economic Development, and the Environment

The full report is available here 

 

Rotary Magazine


Rotary magazine covers a wide range of fascinating features
exclusive interviews and inspiring human interest stories
from across the world of Rotary

The digital edition of Rotary Magazine is available here:

 

 

Dr Fauchi Awarded Paul Harris Fellowship

 

We are delighted to announce Dr Fauchi awarded
Rotary's prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship
in recognition of outstanding achievement

 

A nice picture to cheer us

Photo: Photonija

 

Restart A Heart


In celebration of 'Restart A Heart' Day 16th October 2020
 Haddenham and District Rotary together with Heartbeat Haddenham
presented another defibrillator
this time installed at the new Co-op store on Pegasus Road

   

Top: Rotary President Tim Mahoney with Rotarian Martin Andrew
and Heartbeat's Richard Kendall, present the new Defibrillator
Photo by Photo Ninja

 

Rotary's 'monumental contribution' to ending polio celebrated in PMQs


Rotary's "monumental contribution" to global efforts to eradicate polio
was celebrated in the House of Commons at Prime Minister's Questions 30th September 2020*

MP Jane Hunt Celebrating Rotary's 'monumental contribution' to eradicating Polio

Rotary members, volunteers and supporters around the world
have raised over $2 billion in the global fight to eradicate the disease
which has helped to immunise and protect over 2.5 billion children around the world

The address was raised by Loughborough MP Jane Hunt
who recognised the contribution of Loughborough Beacon Rotary
and of all Rotarians around the world

Prime Minster Boris Johnson described it as
"a fine example of the philanthropy and spirit of the British people"
 

Haddenham Rotary have actively supported the global 'End Polio Now'
initiative since its inception and continue to do so
 

Following the news earlier this year
that the WHO's Africa region is now wild polio-free
just two countries, Afghanistan and Pakistan, remain polio-endemic

After over three decades of work and collaboration
ending polio forever remains Rotary's number one humanitarian goal

Help us protect more children and end polio, by donating here:

*Source Rotary News September 2020

 

Click HERE to view 'Why Zero Matters'  in our global Campaign to eradicate Polio

 

SUPPORTING OUR NHS


Haddenham Rotary install personal TV system to help improve patient welfare
 

STOKE MANDEVILLE HOSPITAL Renal Unit


The 12 bed renal dialysis unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital shared 5 televisions
and the choice of a channel to watch was something of a lottery

Now, every bed has it's own TV and DVD machine, remote control and headphones
so each patient can please themselves about what to watch

 

Photo: Jose Rico-Diaz

Six Counties Kidney Patients Association (SCKPA) are a major donor to the project

Click the logo below to learn more about SCKPA:

 
STOKE MANDEVILLE HOSPITAL Paediatric Decision Unit (PDU) 


In 2018, the PDU urgent and emergency care facility
saw around 27,000 children and young people

2020 Haddenham Rotary President Tim Mahoney receives thanks
for supporting the PDU, from Sara, the PDU Play Leader

   

Photo: Rotarian President Tim Mahoney

"On behalf of all the staff, children and parents I want to thank you
so much for the brand new televisions which have been installed
in the PDU, and for the Kindles too

The difference it makes to a frightened young child is incredible
and makes their stay with us a little easier. I spent half an hour
with a little 6 year old last week playing on the Kindle before his MRI scan
he was calm and relaxed which is exactly how we needed him to be

We are all so grateful for your kindness and generosity"
Sarah – PDU Play Leader

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

Happening soon...

Member's Meeting

Mon, May 10th 2021 8:00 pm

Member's Meeting

Zoom 8pm

Member's Meeting

Mon, Jun 7th 2021 8:00 pm

Member's Meeting

Zoom

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 19.30 for 20.00hrs

(Zoom only meetings during COVID. Use our Contact Page to offer help with our events or to join a meeting) SEVEN STARS
Stars Lane
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