Charities we have recently supported ...

The Michael Project, The Freddie Farmer Foundation and the Mayor's Charity


The Michael Project

 

The Rotary Club of Bromley has supported this project for a number of years which was founded in Zimbabwe by Helenthe niece of one of our former members and her husband David, with the aim of providing support and education for the orphans of Aids victims and the children of woman in prisonThe charities activities now include the Shalom Childrens’ Home which has an urgent need for a bus totransport the children to school, outings and clinic appointments.

To raise the necessary $40,000, David recently undertook the Bridge to Bezi sponsored cycle ride of &50km from Beitbridge, on the border with South Africa, to the South toVictoria Falls on the border with Zambia to the North.


Our donation of £1000 enabled the team to reach their target.

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Michael Wright, Bromley Rotary President presents cheque to Dan and Sheila Catchsides of the Freddie Farmer Foundation.

At their lunchtime meeting on March 10th 2020,  Bromley Rotary presented a cheque to Dan and Sheila Catchsides, founders of the Freddie Farmer Foundation.

The Freddie Farmer Physiotherapy Centre provides intensive physiotherapy programmes for disabled children aged 3-16. 


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The nominated charities of the Mayor of Bromley, Cllr Nicholas Bennett, are the Latch Project and Careplus.

The Latch Project finds accommodation for homeless young people in the London Borough of Bromley, aged 16 to 25, using spare rooms in the homes of ordinary householders, and Careplus helps support older people in their own homes for as long as possible.


Michael Wright, Bromley Rotary President, presents cheque to Bromley’s Mayor and Mayoress

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