Get involved with Charity Work in Newcastle and the surrounding area with Rotary International. We support and work in partnership with a wide range of charities and projects at a local and national level. By combining our skills, time and resources, we are able to successfully deliver local and national campaigns.
Charity work in Newcastle and the surrounding area has a very positive effect on communities throughout the North East and Rotary International is at the very heart of many of these projects. Our expertise and knowledge with volunteer charity work in the Newcastle area puts us in the perfect position to collaborate with Newcastle based charities, businesses, hospitals, universities, schools and environmental groups. Our charity work in Newcastle and the surrounding area supports many excellent causes such as food bank collection, assistance with flooding victims, local hospice fundraising, sporting and healthy living events for disabled youngsters and running memory cafés.
Newcastle Charity Work at the Heart of the Community
Our charity work in Newcastle has many benefits for youngsters in the North East and when we are not putting these yougsters on programmes or forward for youth competitions, we can be found arranging annual events that include sponsored walks, marathons, spring fayres, Christmas activities and classic car rallies. We are also very active running regular quiz nights, organising concerts, providing lunches for the elderly and offering assistance and support at music festivals. Our Newcastle charity work also sees us take part in many national initiatives which include Children in Need, blood pressure awareness and testing, plus organised day trips for disadvantaged youngsters.
Get involved with charity work in Newcastle
We are looking for men and women of all ages and backgrounds to get involved, either as volunteers, members or both. Simply fill out our contact form by clicking here and we shall contact you. Help make a difference in your community and contact us today.
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