INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY

Fri, Aug 12th 2022 at 12:00 am - 11:59 am

This year's theme is Celebration.


International Youth Day is celebrated every year on 12th August to bring forward the youth issues and celebrate their potential. It is an awareness day marked every year by the United Nations to draw attention to legal and cultural issues. The day was first observed on 12 August 2000. 


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Our Comunity Officer, Loraine Davis, is determined to strengthen the existing links that the Rotary Club of Croydon has with other organisations in and around the Croydon area.

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and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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The Fundraising Committee exists to coordinate the year’s fundraising,
focusing mainly, but not exclusively, on the President’s chosen charity.

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Supporting Rotary's International Projects.

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Giving thousands of disadvantaged children a fun day out.

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This year, the Rotary Club of Croydon, the Borough's original and oldest club, will celebrate serving the community for a century.

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Rotary's own charity

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An annual ward for primary school children

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"It's the taking part that matters..."

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2019 Mock Interviews at Thomas More School

Vocational Service is one of the Avenues of Service available to Rotarians.

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Youth Opportunities

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Some of the charities supported by our Presidents over the past few years.

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The Rotary Club of Croydon’s involvement
with six other European Rotary Clubs.

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