KIDS OUT - The first Rotary KidsOut Day Out took place in 1990 and since then Rotary have taken up to 25,000 disadvantaged children on a fun day out every year.
The Day Out is delivered nationally in conjunction with Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (Rotary GB&I) and provides the children who attend with an experience that brings both fun and happiness into their lives. The Day Out could be as simple as visiting the seaside, zoo or theme park but for the children who attend this is often a once in a lifetime experience.
More than 100 venues and 1700 Rotary volunteers make the Day Out the success that it is. We are keen to develop the Day Out even further and are seeking your support to do so. Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland (Rotary GB&I) runs a host of competitions aimed at celebrating the talents and achievements of young people.
Rotary offers the chance for young people to develop personal skills and a better awareness of problems that face the world today. This is an opportunity to meet, work and have a great time with like-minded young people, guided and supported by Rotarians.
Interact - Youth clubs for young people aged 12 to 18 who work together to help others in the community and across the world, whilst having fun and excitement at the same time.
RotaKids - This is a bundle of fun for 7 to 12 years olds with energy, enthusiasm and great ideas for making a difference. RotaKids are based in primary and junior schools and work with local Rotary clubs to come up with projects which could be anything from fundraisers to sponsored events, all you need is some imagination.
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more The committee’s aim is to raise the awareness and effectiveness of international and world community service provided by Rotarians at both the District & Club level.
more The Rotary Foundation is the very heart of Rotary and celebrated its 100 anniversary in June 2017. We support The Rotary Foundation through donations and taking part in its programmes to ensure we are “Doing Good in the World”.
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