International Service

To support communities, to alleviate hunger, to improve education, to respond to disasters world-wide and to help people help themselves.


Helping Around The World

Rotary, as an international organisation, is committed to working in partnership across national, racial and religious divides to support those in need everywhere.

Some of the international projects we have been involved with include:

 

  • Support for Kirume School in Kenya 
  • Street collections and other fund raising for Shelterbox - a Rotary initiative
  • Polio eradication - in partnership with the World Health Organisation and the Gates Foundation
  • Practical Action - an organisation that seeks to support community development in very practical and locally sustainable ways

We wish to support projects that help those around the world less fortunate than ourselves. If you would like to tell us about a project, please use the contact link below. 

If you would like financial help, please click here, download and print the 2-page form, complete it and send it in to the address on the form. If you'd like help completing the form, please contact the Club Secretary whose name and address are on the form.

 

International Service sub-pages:

Jimmy Martin, founder member of Rotary Club of Torrington and very possibly responsible to Polio Plus

Did Torrington Start Polio Plus?

more One Rotarian, one idea, one club, one global organisation, and things happen.

Anita Hardy spoke passionately about supporting children in Northern Uganda

Sponsoring Ugandan Schools

more EDUKID supports children in schools in Uganda and Cambodia

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Reducing The Impact Of Disaster

more Practical Action works around the world to reduce the impact of disaster by utilising simple technology and the efforts of local communities.

Linda Facey's Trip to India

more POLIO PLUS INDIA: National Immunisation Day November 8th 2009