If there is a problem, there is a solution. That has been the mindset of Rotary members for 112 years.
Today, the ingenuity, dedication and sheer tenacity of Rotary is
tested to the limit, with more conflict, disasters and increasing
hardship, all of which offer greater opportunities to serve and this is
where Rotary members step up to the plate.
Now in it’s fourth year, the Champions of Change Awards are all about
celebrating the humanitarian service of Rotary members, both at home
The 2017 Awards will take place at a ceremony at the
House of Lords on the 26th April, hosted by Baroness Harris of Richmond and
presented by Lord William Hague.
In a new addition for 2017, Rotary is also honouring members of the public with Community Champion Awards. These members of the public will have led and inspired others and have been nominated by their local Rotary club.