RIB&I and Carers UK Partnership

Carers UK provides a range of information and support

for unpaid carers including

Carers UK provides a range of information and support

                     for unpaid carers including

● A Helpline and expert support service

● Advice on financial and practical matters related to caring

● A website with a varied range of information about specific  aspects of caring

● Up to date COVID-19 guidance for carer

● Online meetup sessions with fellow carers

You can contact their helpline 0808 808 7777 Monday to Friday, 9am – 6pm

or contact Carers UK by email advice@carersuk.org at any time Alternatively you can also find guidance on their website          www.carersuk.org/help-and-advice    


     If you are an unpaid carer or know someone who is

please sign up or encourage the person you know to sign up to be a Carers UK member here: www.carersuk.org/how-you-canhelp/join-us

Membership is free and it will provide a range of

services, including access to the Carers UK Forum, where carers

can ask questions and share their experience with fellow carers.

When signing up, please tick the “Other” box on the

application in response to “Where did you hear about joining

Carers UK?” and enter “Rotary” in the box below it. You will

then receive your membership details which will allow you to log 

into the Carers UK Forum.

If you know of local organisations that might help unpaid carers, please email their details to rotarycarersukpartnership@gmail.com 

Martin Low

Rotary District 1120 Lead

17th December 2020


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Post-Covid we have changed many things – the frequency and type of meetings – with more emphasis on volunteering, fun, fellowship and getting more involved with local issues


The latest news from Ravensbourne RC


Our biggest fund raiser is our annual Xmas collection


This fund is raised from our Xmas collections both from around the streets with our Santa sleigh and static collections at Sainsburys in Sydenham and Homebase in Bellingham – as It is collected locally we aim to also distribute it locally in the boroughs


Ravensbourne Rotary Club are organizing and coordinating the Bromley Area collections for the first time this year The money collected at this time of year goes to providing help and support to serving and ex-Service men and women and their dependents


The Ravensbourne Rotary club has raised over £11,300 over the Xmas period – and had a great time giving it away!


The Community Grants fund where smaller grant to a number of organizations where £300 - £500 will really help out.


Carers UK provides a range of information and support for unpaid carers including


Between October and December 2020, the 8 Rotary Clubs in the London Borough of Bromley worked together to offer free new online learning opportunities to local people in Bromley who were unemployed or who felt at risk of unemployment


Information regarding Rotary and how YOU can become a member.


The Origins of the Ravensbourne Club