Ealing Rotary Looking To Help New Partners
Charities and other organisations sought
As it approaches its 90th year the Rotary Club of Ealing is seeking to work alongside new partners and projects in the Borough.
In a change to normal practice – where charity projects usually last just one year – the members have decided to look for new organisations with which to work over the next three to five years.
As well as seeking recommendations from members and local contacts, the Club would also like to hear from organisations themselves.
Club Past President, Sarah Ball, explains “We felt that it was time for a change. We’re a small group who are keen to grow our numbers and do more active, hands-on, service. We believe that working alongside the right local organisation or organisations can rejuvenate our Club and allow us to make more of a difference in Ealing.”
Ealing Rotary would like to hear from any charities or community organisations which would like to partner with them and meet the following criteria:
Any charity or organisation which is interested partnership should send an email setting out (on no more than one side of A4) why they should be considered. The closing date for submissions is Sunday 26 April 2015.
Ealing Rotary’s local projects have recently included – raising money for SADS UK, CAPE Ealing, Ealing Dyslexia Association, the Ealing Music Service, and St David’s Home. The Club also works with St John’s Primary School in West Ealing.
Ealing Rotary has also supported national and international projects such as SADS UK, Save a Child’s Heart, Shelterbox, Mary’s Meals and three remote village schools in Nepal.
15th April 2015