Rotary Supporting Ukraine

Peace is a cornerstone of our global mission. We stand with the people of Ukraine. Help us support the ongoing humanitarian crisis.

Rotary is working closely with Rotarians in Ukraine and in the countries surrounding Ukraine to identify the best ways to support the refugees.  At this stage Rotary is focussing on sending medical items and money - in all cases to Rotary contacts who are 'on the ground' and will arrange distribution, thus minimising overhead costs.

Ways to Donate

Crowdfunder option (set up on behalf of Rotary in the South of England by Rotary Kew Gardens).  The first £10,000 donated will be matched by Rotary - click here to donate or use this QR code:

Our Club's Charitable Trust is also collecting (please add note on donation screen stating "Ukrainian Refugees support") 


(Rotary Club of Titsey & District Charitable Trust - charity no. 1032237)

Titsey Rotarians spent Saturday 5 March at Clacket Lane Motorway Services and collected almost £1000 to support Ukrainian refugees.

Since then we have continued our activities to support both those in Ukraine and those forced to leave their homes.

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