CHARITY WORK IN THE EDINBURGH AREA
CHARITY WORK IN THE EDINBURGH AREA

CHARITY WORK IN EDINBURGH WITH ROTARY

Rotary currently has six clubs located in the Edinburgh region that you can join. These are located at The King James Thistle Hotel, The Queen Charlotte Rooms in Leith, Lansdowne House Coltbridge Terrace, Murrayfield Cramond, Corstorphine and Braids. We are always looking for members and volunteers to join us, it is vital to continue the Rotary success story. We work with local communities and businesses to ensure that our charity work in Edinburgh and the surrounding areas makes positive improvements to the region and its people.

Volunteering in Edinburgh with Rotary

Not only do our charity initiatives help people in Edinburgh, as I am sure you are aware, we work nationally and overseas to help people less fortunate. To do this, we need volunteers who are prepared to put others before themselves to make a difference for the better. If you are interested in volunteering in Edinburgh, working with us on our fundraising initiatives and projects and also making fantastic new friends, then we would love to hear from you.

Rotary Edinburgh charity work

One of our recent fundraisers involved joining together with other Scottish Rotary clubs to abseil the Forth Bridge. We helped raise over £25,000 for many charities including Alzheimer Scotland, Teenage Cancer Trust, Macmillan Cancer Support and Radio Lollipop (for Edinburgh Sick Children’s Hospital). Click here to read more.

Are you interested in volunteering in Edinburgh?

We are always looking for men and women of all ages and backgrounds to volunteer, become members of Rotary or both. Simply click here to fill out our contact form and your local club will contact you.

Help make a difference in your community by joining us today.

Meet Rotary

“Our club is organised around the spare time and lower budgets of 30+ young professionals and families. We meet in a coffee shop and welcome children to our meetings."

- Lisa Hunter, Rotary Club of Maidenhead Bridge

Lisa Hunter, Rotary Club of Maidenhead Bridge
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