Rotary e-Club SW Peninsula is a new club, based in District 1175, but is open to anyone anywhere. We’re a networking club that works for communities.
We remember and support those who have served and still serve in our forces through supporting the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal in November.details
Collect stamps for RNIB
We collect used stamps that RNIB can convert to cash to help with their invaluable work. Last year RNIB raised over £30k from donated used stamps! Stamps can be sent to Maggie, contact below. Please leave 1cm paper around the stamp if you can.details
We partner with other Clubs or organisations in their projects
As an e-Club, we get involved with all sorts of projects - not always led by our own club, but in trying to help clubs with their ideas and projects toodetails
Christmas Appeal for The Chestnut Appeal
This Christmas we are collecting funds for this charity which raises awareness and supports men with prostate, testicular and penile cancer across Devon and Cornwall, including funding specialist nurses and treatments.details
Planting Trees for our Environment
We are partnering with Kingsteignton Town Council to plant over 400 trees for National Tree Week 2020. All activity conducted within government Covid requirements.details
About e-Club South West Peninsula (covering Devon, Cornwall & Isles of Scilly, but open to anyone, anywhere!)
e-Clubs offer the perfect flexibility for anyone frequently on the go, restricted to time or who leads a particularly busy lifestyle but still wants to participate in a networking club, with like minded people - to make a difference to their communities and worldwide!
If face-to-face meetings aren't necessarily what you're looking for, or doesn't work for you, then a Rotary e-Club may be your perfect fit.
Set up in 2020, our club meetings are held online, via video link, and we use online tools to keep in touch and plan activities. You still get chance to know your fellow members and can connect from anywhere in the world.
Members of the Rotary e-Club are full Rotarians and can:
- visit any Rotary Club and participate in meetings and activities
- bring their own event and project ideas
- contribute their time or talents to worthy causes within their local area, further afield or internationally
- assist other Rotary Clubs with their events and projects
- exchange ideas with other members
- choose, according to their available time, to meet or engage online as it suits them best
- have access to video meetings
- have access for the support of District and RGB&I resources through "My Rotary"
So if you're not already a member of Rotary, or even if you already are, but are looking for something different - what are you waiting for?
Contact us via the contact page, for a no obligation conversation, maybe arrange to visit one of our zoom meetings and who knows - it maybe the start of new opportunities for you and us!
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.
Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks
Diversity is part of Rotary’s core values
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(We use online tools to keep in touch throughout the week with video meetings, including occasional guest speakers. )