Rotary launches Pakistan Flood Appeal

The Rotary GB&I Disaster Recovery Trust has opened a Pakistan Flood Appeal following the devastating flooding across the country.

Pakistan has been hit by the heaviest recorded summer rainfall for over a decade, with one third of the country said to be underwater.

It is thought that 33 million people, over 15% of the country’s population, have been affected, with at least 1,136 people losing their lives since the monsoon season began in June.

The Trust is focused on the long-term recovery of areas affected by disaster, and use donations to make grants to Rotary projects to get communities back on their feet.

How to donate

There are a variety of ways in which donations* can be made to the Disaster Recovery Trust.

  • By an online payment through GiveStar – Donate Here
  • By post – Cheques made payable to Rotary International in GB&I Disaster Recovery Trust can be sent to Kinwarton Road, Alcester, B49 6PB. Please ensure that you have indicated the relevant appeal if applicable.
  • By bank transfer – Please email the Trust’s support team to receive the relevant information.
About the Disaster Recovery Trust

The Rotary GB&I Disaster Recovery Trust (registered charity number 1119688), established in 2007, collates donations and makes grants to Rotary projects working to rebuild communities in the long term.

Since then the charity has continued its work with the purpose of responding to major disasters at home and internationally in the reconstruction phase following a disaster.

Typical projects include constructing and equipping schools and community centres, rebuilding infrastructure and providing rescue vehicles.

Over recent years, the Disaster Recovery Trust has collated funds and supporting projects following an earthquake in Nepal, flooding in the UK, as well as hurricanes in the Caribbean, among other disasters.


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