2013 Rotary Shoebox Project

Tue, Oct 1st 2013 at 9:00 am- Fri, Dec 6th 2013 - 6:00 pm

Greenock Rotary support the Shoebox Project for the sixteenth year.


Further details of the Shoebox Project can be seen at : http://www.rotaryshoebox.org/

The Greenock club started to support the project in 1998.  Each year, the Shoebox team invite local organisations to participate in the project. The generosity of the Inverclyde community has resulted in thousands of boxes being donated each year.

Rotarians sorted  2021 boxes, packed them on pallets which were then collected and driven to  a central point in England. The next stage is the journey abroad where  Rotary clubs distribute the boxes to eager children and families.

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Membership Convenor Ron Gray welcomes requests for information from people interested in becoming a Rotarian.

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