Thanks to our members and wider community of supporters, we've been able to contribute towards the great work being done by a number of organisations at a local, national and international level. If you would like to help us do more, you can donate to our Benevolent Fund either via JustGiving, or by bank transfer toThe Benevolent Fund, sort code 20-29-90, account 10767808
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Surrey Young Carers provide tailored support to children and young adults throughout the county who are caring for a family member with a disability, chronic illness, mental health issue or addiction.
SYC provide 1:1 support, opportunities to connect with other young carers through group sessions, and organise outings to give young carers with a break from their caring role.
Help us support WaterAid's work providing clean water and sanitation, to millions of people in need every year. One in ten people in the world still do not have access to clean water close to home. Together we can change this.
In Liberia 70% of the population earns a living from agriculture at an average yearly income of $450/year, which makes beekeeping the ideal complementary skill. Since 2011 the Universal Outreach Foundation (UOF) has worked to develop a locally produced honey industry in Liberia, training farmers to become beekeepers, and establishing the Liberia Pure Honey social enterprise to ensure a long-term market for the honey produced. To date more than 1000 Liberian beekeepers have been trained.
At present all honey produced is sold on the local market, where demand currently outstrips supply, both as a food and a medicinal product. The Liberia Pure Honey social enterprise ensures that all honey produced by farmers trained by UOF can be quality controlled, harvested, and made available on the market, securing a long-term farm to market cycle.
Mid-Surrey Community Fridge and its volunteer corps help collect and distribute around 10 tons of food every week to people in need within our community. They need a new refrigerated van to help them meet growing demand.
more The East Surrey Branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association would like to thank all the members and supporters of Leatherhead Rotary Club who so generously supported them during the last Rotary year, which ran from 1st July 2018 to 30th June 2019.
more On Friday 23rd August 2019, over eighty keen golfers took part in Leatherhead Rotary Club's 28th Annual Charity Golf Day at Effingham Golf Club in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
more On Saturday 21st September 2019, over 75 enthusiastic quizzers took part in this year’s Leatherhead Rotary Charity Quiz Night to raise money to help develop the bee-keeping industry in Liberia.
more Over 200 runners took part in Leatherhead Rotary's eleventh annual Bluebell 10k charity run on Headley Heath.
more Our Christmas Collection in the Swan Centre raised over £700! Thank you to all those who donated.
more On 3rd October 2018 Leatherhead Rotary donated £15,000 to Prostate Cancer UK - the club's largest ever single donation.
more On Friday 24th August 2018, eighty-eight keen golfers took part in Leatherhead Rotary Club's 27th Annual Charity Golf Day at Effingham Golf Club in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.
more Shuffleboard evening raises almost £500 for beekeeper training programs in Liberia, West Africa.
more Each year, Leatherhead Rotary bring together a diverse array of other charities to support them to raise both money and awareness for their respective causes.
more Since 1985, the Rotary organisation has worked tirelessly to eradicate polio from the planet once and for all.
more A special performance by the Badger Set Band helped to raise over £600 for Wildlife Aid and the East Surrey Branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.