Is a global movement that sets up school feeding projects in some of the worlds poorest communities where hunger and povetry prevent children from gaining an education.
The project began in 2002 by feeding 200 children in Malawi. Now over 920,000 children are going to school and receiving a meal. Those children are now able to have an education that can in the future be their ladder out of poverty.
The meal was provided by the Belstead Brook Hotel at no charge. Rotarians paid the full price for the meal, enabling all the money to go to Mary's Meal's.
more One of the charities nominated by President Trevor was BACE - which is a UK charity supporting villagers in rural Gambia with education.
more With the aid of a District grant from The Rotary Foundation (the charitable arm of Rotary) the club was able to purchase carpets and artificial grass for the Goedgedacht Project in Malmesbury, South Africa.
more We are thrilled to announce that the play equipment and Dermatology equipment from two local hospitals is finally beginning it's journey to it's new home in Piatra Neamt Romania.
more A shelter box costs £590, it contains enough for a family of ten to begin the journey of rebuilding their lives after a disaster. With the help of the public and Shelterbox we were able to quickly respond and get help to the people who needed our support
more This charity is supported by Ipswich Wolsey Rotary Club
more We support Lend with Care, a revolutionary way to help people throughout the developing world transform their future.
back Through this committee we aim to make a difference to those individuals who are less fortunate than ourselves in other countries.