The club is pleased to announce it's continuing support for International and Local projects.
If you would like to become a volunteer and join a group of like-minded people in our Satellite group email us
Door84 is a youth centre with its doors open to young people of 8-17. There are currently over 300 young people from all over York coming together to take part in a wide range of activities and community projects.
Sand Dams is a project supported by many Rotary clubs that provides an innovative method of solving water shortage for whole communities
The Wilberforce Trust traces its roots back to 1833, when the Yorkshire School for the Blind was opened in York in memory of William Wilberforce, who had died that year.
Wilberforce now strives to adhere to its original aims – to provide a proactive service to assist tenants and other clients to maximize their capabilities, their independence and their lives in the community.
St Leonard’s Hospice, which was founded in 1985, is a registered charity caring for people with life-threatening illness, which is often – though not always – cancer.
Our skilled and specially-trained medical and nursing staff offer
In-patient care in a purpose-built, 20-bed unit
Daycare to which people living in their own homes can come
A Hospice@Home scheme for people in their own homes
Days for Girls International works to get washable feminine hygiene kits into the hands of those that would otherwise go without. We advocate and partner with NGO’s and agencies to teach women and communities to create their own. We work to raise public awareness, educate regarding AIDS and preventable disease, and health and safety– all programmes that are saving lives, helping girls stay in school and balancing the scales for women.
Days for Girls International has reached women in 21 countries on 5 continents
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