Raising funds for Aquabox

This year our Presidents special project is Aquabox

Club are supporting Aquabox

The Club are this year are raising funds for Aquabox which is this our President, Tony Burley's cause. This is in addition to our on-going support of local and international causes.

Aquabox provides safe drinking water and humanitarian aid to people affected by natural disasters, extreme weather and conflicts. Millions of people around the world don’t have access to clean water for drinking, cooking or washing. A single Aquabox family filter can convert up to half a million litres of polluted water into safe, clean water.
Your local Rotary Club is running the Aquabox Appeal to help support this vital work in getting clean water to these in need.
We are attending public events, visiting local schools in the Strath, talking to local businesses, and have opened a Just Giving Appeal page for public donations. To donate follow the link below to the Just Giving page where you can make a donation. If you are a UK taxpayer your kind donation can be topped up by 25% through Gift Aid.

So far we have transferred £550 to Aquabox raised from fund raising events and an additional £250 via Justgiving


Thank you, funds raised goes towards helping those less fortunate than us. Click the link below to find out more and/or donate https://www.justgiving.com/page/spey-valley-rotary-1701428433371

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When people are plunged into crisis, normality is suspended. But good, quality shelter can cut through the chaos. This is why we provide the resources that enable people to rebuild homes and transform their lives.

Last year the Club purchased a Shelter Box for use wherever in the world it is required so that no family is without shelter after disaster.

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Club are supporting Aquabox

This year our Presidents special project is Aquabox

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President, Stewart McNeish, hands over a cheque for over £1,500 to the Grantown Highland Hospice Fundraisers which was their share of the monies raised on the day.

2023 Charity Golf Tournament raised over £3,000 split between Highland Hospice and Rotary Causes.

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From 1st July 2022 to 30 June 2023 we supported the following local and international causes

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The Grantwn Team

Following their success in the local heat, Grantown came 2nd in the Area Final and will now compete in gthe District Final in Aberdeen

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Members at the Cairgorm Viewing Platform

In June 2023 the Club held 2 outings. A trip up the funicular and a Sail on Loch Ness on the Jacobite Cruises.

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President Stewart with the winning team

This year our local heat was won by Grantown Primary School who go forward to the Area Final.

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Club Members and partners at the Barbeque

New President, Tony Burley was presented with his chain of office by outgoing president Stewart, McNeish at a Barbeque held in Stewarts garden.

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