We Improve Lives In Our Community

Members of Rotary Bridgend are People of Action, ready to turn our ideas and vision into lasting change, by creating opportunities, supporting those who need it most and transforming their lives.

Where others see problems, Rotarians see solutions: tapping into our professional skills, expertise and knowledge to make a difference. People of Action use their time, energy and passion to mobilise their communities to get the job done.

Please have a look at these articles to see how we have helped to improve lives in our local community.

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Fruit Trees For Penybont Primary School

more Celebrating the Queen's birthday and Platinum Jubilee

Musical Instruments for Mental Health Matters Wales

more Rotary Bridgend donated £500 to enable purchase of musical instruments, including an electronic keyboard, tenor ukulele, soprano ukulele and guitars for use by the Monday ‘Breathing Space’ group for those aged 18-30.

Supporting homeless people in Bridgend

more We provided £2,000 towards the running costs of a minibus for Emmaus, the charity supporting people work their way out of homelessness

Activity projector at Angelton Clinic

more Working with Mental Health Matters Wales we provided £5,000 to fund the projector for patients suffering with serious dementia

Helping Bridgend's Foodbank

more We donated £4,000 to help the Foodbank cope with the significant increase in referrals for emergency food parcels during the Covid pandemic

Princess of Wales Hospital Children's Ward

more We donated £750 towards rearranging the footprint of the ward to ensure appropriate social distancing and infection prevention control

Helping children have a better Christmas

more We provided £700 to enable Dads in Parc Prison to make a Christmas parcel full of goodies to send home to their children to open on Christmas day

Rotary Kids Out to the Gower Heritage Centre

more Every year, with Porthcawl and Maesteg Rotary, we take around 150 nine to eleven year olds for a fun day out, including bread making, watching a working blacksmith, petting animals and finishing off with a duck race