Ireland Boccia

Rotary supporting rehabilitation for stroke survivors

Rotary in Ireland has been supporting 14 local stroke survivor groups for over a decade.

By providing boccia sets, visitors to the group can engage with the sport, which is designed for participants with limited motor skills.

Get involved with Rotary at:

Related pages...

Lewis friend of Rotary

Rotary sponsors “magical experience” for Lewis

more “It inspired me to always look on the bright side.”

Aireborough flexibility

more By increasing their flexibility, this Rotary club is attracting new members and involving them in key club projects to support their community.

Elstree Studios

Elstree Studios

more Elstree Studios is now home to a new Rotary club.

Corporate Membership in Education

more Connecting communities through corporate membership

Saltburn membership revolution

more Rotary is all about having fun and promoting good causes locally and internationally.

Rotakids supporting their local community


Check out a brand new concept of Rotary.

Unpacking Social Enterprise


Meet the working members of Frome Town Rotary

New Style Club: Frome Town


Introducing Rotary Social Innovation


Warrington Rotary Club – Rise Against Hunger

more 100,000 meals packed to feed hungry school children in Kenya

Bentley Motors give back to community through Corporate Rotary club

more Staff members at Bentley Motors in Crewe started a project supporting the homeless in their community after forming the UK’s first Corporate Rotary Club.

Young Rotary members blazing a trail in Manchester

more Develop your skills, meet new people and give back to the community.

Rotary supporting young people

more Every year Rotary helps thousands of young people achieve their dreams.

back to page above this...

Rotary Video Showcase

back Videos showcasing modern Rotary