Variety of Rotary Service to international communities

Nepal Earthquake 2015

The District International Resource Group wish you a successful and enjoyable Rotary Year, and welcome you to the Committee pages of our District Web site.

Within the current committee we have a wealth of expertise in international projects.  Please contact the committee if you require advice or assistance with a project as we are a District resource and are delighted to assist.  We are also pleased to come and present to your Club as a speaker on international topics , Sand Dams,  Mary's Meals, Micro-Finance, DisasterAidUK, Rotary Shoebox, Jaipur Limb & Hope & Homes.

Our District Web Site, along with those of RI and RotaryGBI, provides a very valuable resource in choosing projects and taking them forward, as well as keeping us informed of what Rotary is doing in World Community Service, of which our own local club projects are an integral part, no matter how large or small.

RotaryGBI produce a series of information sheets (login required) which can be accessed here and a list of organisations that Rotary work with on a regular basis.

Many International projects are done in conjunction the Rotary Foundation, Rotary's own charity which often will provide matching funding to enable larger projects to be undertaken across the world.

Disaster Aid UK & Ireland


 Hurricane Dorian: Bahamas Disaster Appeal - click here

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Australian Bushfires

Donations accepted


2020 Mealpacks

We are planning two mealpacks this year in our area - one in Prescot / St Helens in Feb, and one in Sandbach in May.


Disasteraid UK&I

Welcome to Disaster Aid UK & Ireland. Disaster Aid UK & Ireland is one of the founding partners of Disaster Aid International (DAI)


Rotary Shoebox Scheme

WELCOME to all schools, groups and organisations that wish to support our mission to spread a little happiness to disadvantaged children and adults in Eastern Europe. We do this by sending Rotary Shoeboxes full of gifts.


Rotary and Sand Dams

Rotary clubs have helped Excellent Development transform over 86,000 lives with over 40 sand dams


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