Interested in charity work in Liverpool and helping to make a difference in your local community and further afield? Joining a Rotary club near you is the ideal opportunity for you to make a positive change to people’s lives.
There are many Rotary clubs across Liverpool and the Merseyside region and they are always looking for new members of any age and background. If you want to get involved with charity work in Liverpool then Rotary can help you make a difference. We work with charities and businesses to help raise funds to help needy causes in the region and across the globe. If you want to raise money, participate in fantastic activities and meet great people, then Rotary is perfect for you.
Volunteering in Liverpool with Rotary
You can really make a difference to the less fortunate by volunteering in Liverpool with Rotary. Our projects and initiatives help change communities for the better and to continue this fantastic work, we need our fantastic volunteers. Whether you are looking to volunteer in Liverpool or wish to participate further afield, we would love to hear from you.
Rotary Liverpool charity work
Rotary Liverpool is always working on new initiatives and projects. One area that we are particularly dedicated to is our End Polio Now campaign. We have worked on killing polio across the globe since 1979 and have raised over £20 million in our fight against it, this has helped to eradicate it in all but three countries in the world. Our efforts to eradicate polio have been described as one of the finest humanitarian projects the world has ever known and we have even been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for our work.
Are you interested in volunteering in Liverpool?
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.
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