Haddington Rotary Club have launched a Community Chest fund to provide assistance to local clubs & organisations undertaking small projects which benefit the local community.Details
We are based in the historic market town of Haddington and received our charter in 1960. Rotary Haddington celebrated 60 years of service to the community in 2020. We support our local community as well as local and international organisations, where we are making a difference.
Currently due to the Covid 19 Pandemic our meetings are on a fortnightly basis through Zoom, but we still manage to support the local community by stewarding at the Farmers Market monthly, donating to local charities and causes such as the local foodbank.
We have an active Youth Programme working with local secondary and primary schools. Schools are encouraged to take part in youth competitions like the Rotary Youth Leadership Award, Challenge Enterprise, Primary School Quiz Challenge and also in Technology Challenges.
While maintaining the traditions of Rotary, we feel that it is essential to enjoy ourselves and have fun while fund-raising and supporting good causes. When times return to normal, we will continue to hold regular social events, both within our usual meetings and other external events where partners and friends are welcome to join us.
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If you think you might be interested in joining Rotary please get in touch using the 'Contact Us', button at the top of the page. New members are always welcome even if in the short term that is by Zoom.
I am very much looking forward to working with fellow Rotarians, schools, and community and charitable organisations in the coming year. I hope we can continue to make a difference in our local community and internationally.
Neil Forbes - President
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