All funds raised for named charitable purposes are held and maintained by the Rotary Club of the Nene Valley Trust Fund. This fund is registered with the Charity Commission of England and Wales under reference 1028536 and is governed by a trust deed.
All requests for funding must be first approved by the club's council, which is the equivalent of a company's management board. If you want to apply for some funding from us please initially contact the club secretary via the Contact Us page linked at the top of this page.
The Central Register of Charities maintained by the Charity Commission for England and Wales provides more detail about the Trust Fund
'What We Do' Main Pages:
This page, which is available to anyone who browses the site, gives access to handy information in the public domainmore
This is where, if you're not already in Rotary, you can learn more about us and can also download a Rotary membership brochuremore
To quickly see What's On in the next few weeks see the homepage. For a printable list for this year, in PDF format, see below.more
This country, formerly known as Swaziland, is one of the principal focusses of our work overseas.more
The Rotary Foundation (TRF) is Rotary's own charity and, amongst other things, campaigns and raises funds for the eradication of polio from the world.more
Friends of Rotary (or specifically of Nene Valley) are people who want to associate themselves with our aims and objectives but are not full members themselves. They support us by assisting with our charitable work or with fund-raising activities.more
This is the committee that addresses the 'wants' (and 'needs') of young people. As well as identifying and supporting candidates at RYLA and Calvert Trust we also lead the club's flagship project, the annual Technology Tournament - q.v.more