Raising Money for Vaccines

Elthorne-Hillingdon Rotary's support for the COVAX scheme

In order for the world to open up and for the world to develop and grow then we all need to be vaccinated against Covid-19. As was stated by United Nations "Only Together" can we return to some normality. Therefore poor nations have to be vaccinated. The Rotary Club of Elthorne-Hillingdon is raising money to send vaccines to less privileged countries.

We have been fortunate in the UK to have rapid access to COVID-19 vaccinations due to the wonderful work of the NHS. We have been vaccinated in conditions where every safety measure has been taken. We are all immensely grateful and we would like to help people in the developing world to receive a vaccine, via the COVAX scheme. We will never know who has received our donated vaccine(s) but we may well have saved their lives. We don’t need thanks - we need the world to be safe.

We are the only Club in 1090 who are collecting money for this cause and we would welcome your support. £6 represents the typical cost of a vaccine. Please help us if you can and donate to:


July 2021

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