Our activities helping communities overseas.

St. Fittick Rotary Club are involved in a variety of projects overseas, a selection of which are detailed in the pages below.


Please also see our 'club news and updates' section for more details




Recognition of outstanding service

Alastair Brodie, the St. Fittick Rotarian behind all our international projects, has been awarded the Rotary International Service Award.

This award is one of the highest in Rotary International and recognises an individual Rotarian for outstanding service in International and World Community Service.

Below are just some of the projects that Alastair has led over the years:

·         Building a school in Nepal

·         Maize for Malawi - providing food in a famine

·         Save a Mum - helping HIV positive mothers in Malawi

·         Sierra Leone Children's Home

·         Sierra Leone Education project - providing education for the children in the home

·         Sierra Leone Goats and Chicken project - providing food security for impoverished areas of Sierra Leone

·         Ebola Emergency Food Project - feeding widows and orphans in Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak

·         Sierra Leone Water borehole project - providing a clean water supply in Rotifunk, Sierra Leone.

Overseas... sub-pages:

The Sisterland Project

more How we are helping the women and their children who are living precariously on the streets of Freetown in Sierra Leone.

Sierra Leone Education Programme

more Helping support children through education

Ebola food project

more When Sierra Leone was ravaged by the Ebola virus, St Fittick Rotary Club stepped in to help impoverished communities and families

Sierra Leone Food Security

more Introducing goats and chickens into impoverished rural areas in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone water borehole project

more providing the residents in the Rotifunk area of Sierra Leone with clean drinking water

Shoebox appeal

more St Fittick’s annual Shoebox appeal continues to go from strength to strength