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ROTARY YEAR 2013-14

CHARITY DONATIONS

 

This year, a total of £15,566 was given to local, national and international charities.  This was a record for our club.

CHARITY

PURPOSE

RYLA - Rotary Youth Leadership Two students from Bell Baxter school attended the 5 day course at Abernethy Bridge
Shelter Box Trust Four Shelterboxes were paid for.  They were deplaoyed in the Philippines after the second typhoon struck in 2014
Primary School Quiz Fourteen schools from the Howe of Fife competed with the winner going forward to the Area round.
Polio Plus Funds raised went to help with the eradication of Polio
Young Chef Students at Elmwood college competed, with the winner going forward to the area round.
East Fife Sports Council To pay for one of the awards at the annual ceremony
Mary's Meals To help feed children around the world
El Shaddai Trust To help support a student in Sudan
Chimwemwe Helping a charity in Malawi which helps homeless and disadvantaged children
Falkland Defibrillator Responded to a request for funds
Ladybank Defibrillator Responded to a request for funds
 
Ladybank Golf Club Defibrillator Responded to a request for funds
 
Calsey Baton Twirlers Responded to a request for funds
Fife Nativity Play Responded to a request for funds
Crocus Packs for Schools Supplied crocus packs to five local primary schools for projects in school
Bell Baxter 125th Art Exhibition

Responded to a request for funds

Jenni Gudgeon - Scolawi project Responded to a request for funds
Rosie Baird - Volunteering in India Responded to a request for funds
Haley Bartlett - Children's ward Guy's London Responded to a request for funds
Collette Mather - cancer fundraising Responded to a request for funds
Local Pensioner's Christmas Lunch 40 Senior Citizens from villages in the Howe of Fife
Tarvit Ward Entertainment at Adamson Hospital

Christmas and February parties for Tarvit Ward patients with entertainment provided by students from the music department at Bell Baxter school.

Elmwood Student Support Helping two local students to attend a national competition