Benefits of Local Volunteering
Benefits of Local Volunteering

Benefits of Local Volunteering

Volunteering in the UK Benefits Your Community

 Join Rotary and enjoy the benefits of volunteering in the UK with the collective knowledge, skills and experience that will see a project successfully completed.

 Our background and understanding regarding local volunteering within the community puts us in an unparalleled position to work with the following organisations:

  • local businesses
  • charities
  • universities
  • schools
  • hospitals
  • environmental groups

Rotary’s skills to successfully support a large variety of good causes can help you reap the benefits of local volunteering in the UK. These can range from helping out at food banks, assisting those affected by natural disasters such as floods, local hospice fundraising, organising and helping to sports events and tournaments for disabled youngsters and running memory cafés.

 Get Busy with Local Volunteering

 When we are not carrying out local volunteer work such as placing youngsters on programmes or entering them for youth competitions, many of our clubs are kept busy arranging yearly events such as marathons, sponsored walks, auto rallies, seasonal fayres and festivals, plus taking care of environmental issues in their local communities. Local volunteering can also take the shape of running weekly or monthly quiz nights, musical concerts, providing lunches for senior citizens and marshalling at festivals. Many more take active roles in our national partnerships such as Children in Need, blood pressure awareness days and organising days out for disadvantaged youngsters.

 If you would like to find out more about the benefits of local volunteering in the UK with Rotary please fill out the contact form that can be found by clicking here and we shall get back to you very soon.

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“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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