Charities we have or are supporting
A brief glimpse at some of the many charities we have supported and are still supporting.
Click on links in the logos or the text to be taken to the charities' website.
Lindengate is a start up charity in Wendover which aims to provide support for those with mental health issues through nature and horticulture
School Aid: School Aid sends schoolbooks and other educational resources direct to schools in need. We collect all these materials in the UK from schools and other donors.
Breast Cancer Care : Information and support for anyone affected by breast cancer through our BUST project.
The Wheelchair Foundation - another Rotary initiative providing wheelchairs to deserving people in developing countries
Thanks for Life - a project involving the clubs and members of Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland, aimed at helping to eradicate polio throughout the world.
Brain Tumour UK - Our mission is to conquer brain tumours in partnership with all who share our concern, through a combination of Research, Education and Support.
Help For Heroes - Help for Heroes provides direct, practical support to wounded, injured and sick Service personnel, veterans, and their families. This is provided through grants to individuals and other Service charities, capital build projects and support for life at our four Recovery Centres across the UK.
Rotary Haiti Appeal - Rotary members are mobilising to raise funds, make donations and help in any way that they can. We are receiving offerings which will support the relief effort and enable victims to reclaim their lives.
Jaipur Limb Project - It is a pro-active fund-raising and project-initiating body of Rotarians, drawn from all over Rotary GB&I (the Rotary International region covering Britain and Ireland). It was formed in 1985 and became a registered charity in 1995. Jaipur Limb is an artificial leg, developed at the Mahaveer hospital in Jaipur, India. The unique component is the Jaipur foot, a clever combination of wood and various densities of rubber vulcanised into a realistic looking brown foot.
The Jaipur limb is hard-wearing and will last for three or four years, longer if worn with a shoe.
One of the major differences between the Jaipur technology and western technology is the cost - whereas a western limb will cost between £1,000.00 and £2,000.00, a Jaipur limb can be made and fitted for as little as £25.00.
Shed@ThePark Theatre Company, based at Chiltern Hills Academy, is all about raising the aspirations of local children and young adults irrespective of their background or ability
Gitega Orphanage is situated in the center of Burundi. It is the pilot project of all others and once complete will have twelve units of which each house will have eight children and a mum. Each house will operate as a family unit, with parents and children from a variety of age groups. Kids attend Future Hope School for their education.
Chilterns MS Centre's mission is very simple: they engender a sociable atmosphere and offer an opportunity for people with multiple sclerosis to help themselves. The Chilterns MS Centre provides a range of drug-free symptom management therapies as well as advice and support for all those with the illness and their families.
Wendover Youth Centre: providing projects and activities for young local people aged 13-19.