The Trust Fund is governed by Appointed Trustees in accord with the Charities Commission and is totally separate from the Rotary Club of Buxton's general account which primarily comprises members' fees for club administration.
To apply the capital and income in the relief of the poor and needy or to such other charitable purpose, institution, society or object by grants to individuals and organisations and providing human resources, advocacy, advice and information in regard to general charitable purposes, education/training, medical/health/sickness, disability, overseas aid, famine relief, sport and recreation.
If you think you might make more Gift Aided donations in future, please use Gift Aid Form (Multiple Donations)
Online Shopping via the Easyfundraising Portal
If you are an online shopper, then support our Trust Fund via Easyfundraising - a shopping directory listing 4,000+ online stores including big names. It's completely FREE to register and USE. Just go to your usual online retailer via the the Easyfundraising site whenever you shop online and, at no extra cost to you, we'll receive a free donation by the retailer from every purchase you make. You won't pay a penny more for your shopping - but you'll be helping someone as a result!There's even a Donation Reminder 'widget' you can download onto your PC that'll remind about Easyfundraising if you forget and go directly to your online retailer's website.
You can also raise money the same way using Everyclick 'Give As You Live'.
Bythe House (High Peak Hospice) £8000 (plus several other donations); Buxton Opportunity Club £2000; Grapevine Project £1500); High Peak Nightstop £1000; High Peak Food Bank £3375 (and other donations); Charis House (Good News Family Care) £3375 (and other donations); Milnthorpe Homes £500; Buxton Mountain Rescue £500(and other donations); Kinder Mountain Rescue £500; Buxton Summer Club £300-£500 (for several years). Trust Income/Expenditure is charted by the Charities Commission for the preceding five years.
'What We Do' Main Pages:
Big Dog Parker's owner, Elizabeth, has loaned him to the Rotary Club of Buxton to help children. Polio is still crippling under-5s so he's fundraising for Rotary's 'End Polio Now' campaign, by visiting Buxton firms, and inviting their staff to help.more
Primary school children need to be able to work online but many don't have a computer/tablet. With a District Contingency Fund Grant we have donated £1000 to Buxton Infants and Fairfield Infants for computers.more