Community

Our role and aims in the local community


Rotary operates extensively in the local community.

Caring about/for the Community

Service defines Rotary's character; whether local, national or international, it promotes Rotary's appeal and visibility in the community, and is one of the reasons that Rotary continues to grow.

Community Service responds to the needs of the local community and through our International Committee we support communities around the world. The Club determine top priorities for service projects by first learning about a community's needs and assesses them, they then seek to develop a response that addresses them.

One of the local community projects we support 

 partnership working we do eg Marie Curie, Police Youth?

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Our role and aims in the local community

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Rotary's own world wide charity

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The role and purpose of our charity

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The environment is a major area of Rotary service

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a potted history of Lomond Rotary Club

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Santa's Grotto

A description of the role of Rotary in helping young people across the world

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Rotary carries out service projects across the world, from our own community to the most deprived and remotes areas.

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Joining Rotary opens a world of possibilities for you.

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