Our Local Charity Partner

We partner one local charity for a 3 year period, to help build a more effective relationship and understanding of their needs. Since 1st July 2022, our chosen local partner is Where Next?

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Where Next? Works with adults with learning disabilities to help them fulfil their potential in real working environments. Established in 1984, Where Next? is a local charity that specialises in work experience, life skills and social opportunities for people with learning disabilities. They offer their services in several units across Worcestershire and Warwickshire. Each unit is a commercial environment and provides opportunities for individuals under their care to mix with customers and the local community. They also offer guidance to parents and carers.


Where Next? offers opportunities in their garden centre, as well as in small industry settings & gardening services. Their garden centre shop offers top quality plants, wooden garden products, ornaments and gifts; Where Next Industries covers small parts’ assembly and bespoke carpentry & woodwork; the gardening service encompasses both private and commercial work, and the charity’s facilities can be hired for events, meetings and other gatherings. The Where Next? Hub offers creative activities, life training sessions and social events.


The Rotary Club of Redditch is delighted to be supporting Where Next?

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Supporting Local Charities

back During the pandemic, the Rotary Club of Redditch has continued to support its local communities in various ways.

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Our historic, longstanding links with the Rotary Club of Emden, Germany


Co-Ordinating local collection of redundant tools, for refurbishment and supply to communities in Africa.


The two Redditch clubs have joined forces for this important fundraising initiative.


To help pupils access remote learning during lockdown, our club procured and supplied redundant laptops to one of our local high schools.


Rotarian Peter Williams helps the 'Feckenham in Bloom' team plant 4,000 crocus corms at the entrances to this picturesque village, in the south of the Borough.


Our President 2023/24


During the pandemic, the Rotary Club of Redditch has continued to support its local communities in various ways.