Information regarding Rotary and how YOU can become a member.
We meet on a fortnightly basis on a Wednesday evening 6.45 for 7.00 pm at Bromley Football Club - contact the Hon Sec. for more details
Check the future meetings for our club program
............are most welcome, we are actively recruiting ladies and gentlemen who want to make a difference; please come and join us.
We have recently introduced a new category of membership- Friend of Rotary, which allows potential new members to get acquainted with Rotary, our club, members, programs and social events without committing to full membership.
Friends are encouraged to attend our weekly meetings and participate in all the club activities. They do not carry voting rights.
It is a great way to get to know Rotary and our Club. Hopefully if you enjoy the experience you will choose to join the club as a full member.
Rotary International is the world's oldest service club organisation and is made up of more than 1.2 million members, in over 33,000 Clubs, in more than 160 countries around the world. Rotary's original motto "Service above Self" exemplifies the humanitarian spirit of the organisation's members.
What you could gain from joining The Ravensbourne Rotary Club
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Post-Covid we have changed many things – the frequency and type of meetings – with more emphasis on volunteering, fun, fellowship and getting more involved with local issuesmore
This fund is raised from our Xmas collections both from around the streets with our Santa sleigh and static collections at Sainsburys in Sydenham and Homebase in Bellingham – as It is collected locally we aim to also distribute it locally in the boroughsmore
Ravensbourne Rotary Club are organizing and coordinating the Bromley Area collections for the first time this year The money collected at this time of year goes to providing help and support to serving and ex-Service men and women and their dependentsmore
The Ravensbourne Rotary club has raised over £11,300 over the Xmas period – and had a great time giving it away!more
The Community Grants fund where smaller grant to a number of organizations where £300 - £500 will really help out.more
Between October and December 2020, the 8 Rotary Clubs in the London Borough of Bromley worked together to offer free new online learning opportunities to local people in Bromley who were unemployed or who felt at risk of unemploymentmore