Service above Self.
The heart of the Rotary mission statement is for each Rotarian to apply the principle of 'Service above Self'. In Stonehouse Rotary, this ideal is applied for local Community and Vocational projects through the Community Service Committee.
The main aim of Community Service is to organise and develop fund raising events in order to provide effective support to a wide variety of charitable projects. Typically, these range from practical help for individuals in need (such as the repair of a garden fence for a disabled ex-serviceman), to direct services (for example, free blood pressure testing at the Frampton Country Fair) and financial and/or other support to key local charities that provide uniquely valuable services in the area; we have helped very many, including SARA, Winston's Wish, Riding for the Disabled, the Cotswold Care Hospice, and most recently the Stonehouse Citizens Advice Bureau service.
To see more of our past activities, please select the Meetings or Events tabs from the homepage, and then select the time period from the "Completed Items" section.
To see detail of the Organisations and Projects that we have supported financially, please see the Action Group "The Money You Give Us - Where Does It Go?" in the Main Pages.
more We are Here to Help
more We are please to be able to assist them financially.
more An opportunity to suport local groups
more We work with the KIDSOUT Charity locally.
more Bringing some Christmas Cheer - Can you support him please?? Track him on your phone via SleighTraccker.
more We may be able to assist your organisation if suffering severe financial needs.
more Stonehouse win the Small Town Category
more Thanks you for the applications, which we are reviewing. We will be back in touch with applicants in due course and arrange for presentations early in 2020..
more AWARDS TO BE MADE ON JANUARY 21ST, AND DETAILS WILL THEN BE SHOWN.
more We assist their project
more Coming soon to a COOP store NEAR YOU!!
more Now, for the first time we can all enjoy their first season in full leaf.
more The formal presentation
more Rotarian John Morris who led the project, along with Nathan.
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more Tree dedication ceremony.