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A splendid day out for children organised by Rotary
25 Years of help to young carers
We look after the plant 'creche' and raise money too.
Extra funds from the Dan Snow and Hugo Vickers Evenings, added to the Club Charity funds enabled us to give extra funds to those in need
We assisted the Totton Spiritualist Church in their project to give an Easter Egg to all children being supported through the Churches food bank. Also additional food and clothing for the Food Bank itself.
We have made donations to many local charitable groups during the Covid pandemic.
'Treasure gathered by our Rotary Club from Rotarians, schools and scouts for children who are carers for their loved ones.
What is Rotary? Who are we? What on earth do we do?
Do we enjoy ourselves? (definitely yes!!)
One of our great pleasures is handing over cheques or items to our choosen charities and special people. Just a few of dozens each year are shown here.
President Sam had the pleasure of handing out the dictionaries to Year 6 of Calmore Junior School.
EVERY YEAR WE SUPPORT AND ASSIST A NUMBER OF CHARITIES AND SIMILAR GROUPS HELPING OTHERS, LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL. THIS PAGE SHOWS THOSE IN RECENT YEARS
The following document by Laura Luff, the Senior Development Manager, sets out the LifeLab initiative.
We sponsored Martin in a very successful project at Abbotswood School and he has since reached out to other schools.
HONEYPOT CHARITY. OUR FUNDING AND WORK.
Cover Note, Covid19 effects, need for risk assessments plus.
Where banners,tabards,buckets, christmas items, bingo kit, booklets, and a host of other items are and who holds them.
Items held by Tony R will be passed to Ken G when Tony is on holiday.
ROSE ROAD SENSORY GARDEN. At the official opening the sun and the garden looked very serene. A great conclusion to a joint venture..
The CEO of Wessex Heartbeat made a very special surprise presentation and received one himself.
One of President Lawrie's Charities for 2015-16
Solent Dolphin wins Queen's Award for Voluntary Service