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The Splitz Support Service works alongside the Gloucester Domsetic Abuse Support Service to provide specialist support to domestic abuse victims who are being stalked to enable victims to stay safe. This could include emergency mobile phones where the perpetrator is tracking their original phone, taxi fares to ensure victims can travel to essential appointments safely, emergency food and other essentials for victims who may have to leave their family home or where the perpetrator prevents them from accessing their joint funds.
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Walk all 102 miles of the beautiful Cotswold Way National Trail in one day? Yes you can! See how you can take part in Rotary@Kingsholm’s annual challenge, enjoy a great day out and raise valuable funds for the charity of your choice.more
We have collected bottle tops for LINC. Once collected and amassed locally are then taken in bulk to Portsmouth and recycled into playground items/materials. The money paid for the tops by the recycler/manufacturer helps fund LINCmore
Donation to Gloucester Domestic Abuse Support Service (GDASS) for additional support required due to pressures of the coronavirus lockdown. GDASS’s aim is to reduce level of domestic abuse and improve safety of victims and their families.more
Since formation, the club, formerly known as Gloucester North, has gone from strength to strength. We hope to celebrate with a formal dinner, and will use the year to raise our profile in a variety of imaginative ways. Watch this space for more details.more
Sadly Santa can’t see you before Christmas at Sainsbury’s or Tesco this year as he's in lockdown in Lapland. However don't worry as he’ll see you all on the night. At the moment the elves from Rotary@Kingsholm are busy helping him. Happy Christmasmore
Rotary National Youth Competitions provide young people with the opportunity to develop their skills, the platform to showcase their exceptional talents and the chance to win some amazing prizes.more
Each year nurses from overseas come to work in Gloucester. Rotary@Kingsholm has organised a series of events to welcome them to our county. Click on details to read more and see what we have organised.more
The aim of the Community Awards programme is to support organisations within the city area with a small grant which ‘will make a real difference’. This is a small grants programme with awards of up to a maximum of £500.more