Rotary Club of SOUTHAMPTON WEST
Updated:- 8th Jan 2023
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Rotary, along with our partners, has reduced polio cases by 99.9 percent worldwide since our first project to vaccinate children in the Philippines in 1979.
Rotarians from Great Britain and Ireland joined 2.5 million vaccinators, helping to immunise 2.5 billion children under five-years-old from polio across the globe.
We are close to eradicating polio MORE...
The Gift of Sight
This International Rotary Project aims to perform 1,00,000 free eye surgeries every year.
India is home to the world's largest number of blind people. About 75% of these are cases of avoidable blindness, mostly those suffering from cataracts and refractive errors. MORE...
Yes! We are this close to ending Polio
The Gift of Sight
Oasis Down to Earth Farm is a community centre with a difference based on a farm in urban Southampton. their mission is to provide a socially inclusive, happy experience where people of all abilities and differences are respected and valued. They aim to educate, empower and engage with our local community. MORE...
Valuable experience was gained by students in their final year by attending mock court trials.
These were sponsored by members of the Rotary Club of Southampton West as part of a 'Help students in the community' project.
The Cedar School
Club members planted 5,000 crocus bulbs and erected numerous bird boxes within the grounds of the Cedar Special-needs School at Redbridge Southampton. MORE..
This adds to the life-learning experiences of the pupils and also commemorates the success of Rotary International's 'End Polio Now' Project. MORE...
Countess Mountbatten Hospice 2020 Fund Raising Activities
Southampton West Rotary Club's main fund raiser this year will be a massive 45 prize raffle to be held at the Summer Garden Concert
These are just a few of the projects we actively enjoy supporting