International & Foundation

The International and Foundation activities of our club are managed by our International Committee led by Philip Austin & Foundation Committee, led by John Stanton


Working to eradicate Polio


  • The International Committee of Kenilworth Rotary Club uses approximately 50% of funds generated by the Club’s activities, the balance of Club Charity funds being dedicated to local community work.  We also have access to private donations which are to be used specifically for International projects

  • We try to work with other Rotary clubs, UK and Internationally and we attempt to increase the value of our donations by use of enhancements from the Rotary Foundation, Government or other organisations, wherever possible

  • We tend to focus on Literacy & Education world wide - see Guatemala Literacy Project - as well as Water & Sanitation with emphasis on children, but not to the exclusion of other TRF areas of Focus

  • Whist Rotary is not a first responder organisation, we nevertheless do respond to major disasters, usually via Shelterbox or similar organisations

  • Geographically, our work ranges from the Philippines via Nepal, India & Africa, to Central & South America

                 

More information about the work we do can be found on the related sub-pages 

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International & Foundation sub-pages:

Kenilworth Rotarian & his daughter, Rtn Caroline of the Leamington Regency Club on recent visit

The Guatemala Literacy Project

more The largest Rotary Educational (global grant) Project

International & Foundation Committee

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Purple4 Polio Crocus Planting

more Kenilworth School Interact members supporting the End of Polio Now Compain

International Projects - Overview

more Recent and current international projects include:

Literacy & Education

more The Club’s education & Literacy projects are aimed at helping families to break the cycle of poverty & thus benefit their communities over the longer term.

Children’s Health

more We have several projects relating to Children's Eye Health, Child Cancer and Children's Special Medical Needs, including:

Shelterbox

more Kenilworth Rotary Club supports Shelter Boxes whenever it can.

Foundation

more Our Foundation activities are managed by our International & Foundation Committee, led by John Stanton (1 page below this)

General Health

more Our projects within hospitals include:

Water & Sanitation

more Our water & sanitation projects include:

Ebola - Rotary in action

Ebola Recovery Project

more More information to follow

Uyogo Project

Other Projects

more Community and Schools

International Committee Meetings

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World Wide Rotary recognises October 24th each year as End Polio Now Day. Polio is nearly but not yet quite eliminated. Look for the Kenilworth Rotary's Stand in Talisman Square on Thursday 24 October; in the evening on the facade of The Holiday Inn.

Fight against Polio

more World Wide Rotary recognises October 24th each year as End Polio Now Day. Polio is nearly but not yet quite eliminated. Look for the Kenilworth Rotary's Stand in Talisman Square on Thursday 24 October - and in the evening on the facade of The Holiday Inn.