Community Support

Our aim is to support communities in need whether they are based locally here in Redditch or as far away as Africa...

Local and Overseas

We provide a wide variety of support to the local and international community, including: 

  • Monthly product donations to Redditch Foodbank 
  • Gardening support to Redditch YMCA 
  • Installation of Public Access Defibrillators 
  • Astwood Bank Memory Cafe (pre-pandemic, but coming back soon!) 
  • Support for secure shelter for people in crisis with Shelterbox 
  • Environmental conservation (seahorse habitat and local green issues) 
  • Institute of Leadership programmes for young people 

and much more...

Learn more about the many activities we have been involved in by clicking on the linked pages...

Community Support sub-pages:

CPR Training

Community Defibrillator and CPR Training Programme

more Every year in the UK 100,000 people die of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) making it one of the nation's biggest killers.

Christmas Carols and Decorations!

Memory Cafe @Astwood Bank

more Support for our older population and those with memory challenges is something that Redditch Kingfisher Rotary is keen to provide.

Planting in Full Swing

Guinness World Record for Mass Bulb Planting

more Bringing the community together to set a Guinness World Record - fun at the park supporting Rotary's global cause of Polio Eradication

Paint Some Pants for Pudsey

Children in Need Fundraising

more Each year the Children in Need Appeal captures our nation and Rotary is quick to get involved and help out...

Supporting the Astwood Bank Carnival

Supporting Astwood Bank Carnival

more Each July, we enthusiastically step up to support the Astwood Bank Carnival Team by running the Youth Zone.

Rotary Ride

Prostate Cancer

more It's the UK's biggest killer of men and we were determined to do our bit to support Prostate Cancer UK and raise awareness right here in Redditch with the Rotary Ride Annual Challenge

Leonard Cheshire Memorial Garden

more A local community project that was to build a much needed outdoor space at the Saltways Leonard Cheshire centre.