Whether you are volunteering by helping your local community set up a foodbank or responding to local and international disasters, there is a project or activity to suit everyone. By volunteering with Rotary, you know that you will be changing people’s lives for the better.

 

Rotary can enrich your life too

Being part of Rotary is more than just giving back to the community by volunteering. It is also about you bringing your skills, experience and enthusiasm to help it thrive, whilst making some great friends along the way.

Our clubs are friendly places which invite speakers from a wide range of backgrounds to share their knowledge, increasing your social and cultural understanding. Members also share a common interest in friendship and if you visit any of our clubs around Great Britain and Ireland you will immediately feel the sense of camaraderie and fun.

 

Share Skills by Volunteering for Rotary
Volunteering with Rotary could be the most important thing you ever do. Your skills and experience are invaluable in our drive to help communities at home and around the world through our volunteer work. Whether you become a member of Rotary or or volunteer your time and abilities to your local club, you will be helping to make people’s lives better.

There are many ways to get involved with Rotary:

  • You could join your local Rotary and open up a world of opportunities
  • You could donate to a club or Rotary initiative
  • You could volunteer to speak at a club about a cause or interest
  • If you are a school pupil, you could take part in a Rotary competition
  • You could volunteer to help the club in one of its initiatives, without becoming a Rotary member

If Rotary sounds like the organisation for you and you feel like volunteering some of your spare time, we’d like to hear from you!

Please contact Alan Costello 07954 439444  to discuss your interest with a view to meeting up with local Rotarians at the Camberley Club - attending one of our speaker evening or social events is a great way for you to get the measure of Rotary and for the club to get to know you.

  • The Camberley All Night Cafe, that assists the homeless and veterans was one of the four local charities named
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  •  The first heat of the Rotary International Young Photographer Competition was completed with  a prize giving, which took place at High Cross, Church Camberley on Thursday 8th February.  Brian Summers,
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  • This week Cathie Russell, director of Camberley based Connect Counselling received a cheque for £400 on behalf of the charity, presented by President Brian Summers.
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  • Boxing up for Xmas. The club assembled, packed and delivered almost 100 parcels across Camberley to bring some good cheer to individuals and families. Many taken direct to their door
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  • The Club in association with  The Rickmansworth Players presented A MURDER MYSTERY DINNER which Raised £2045.00 !!
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  • Our Christmas collection started - 9th Dec Waitrose -Bagshot , 10th Dec Camberley The Square; 16th Dec Waitrose -Frimley; 17th Dec Long Acres - Windlesham. All donation go to local charities if you missed
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  • A big welcome to Graham Charsley as he joins our club. Graham's past experience and contributions to Rotary work are highly valued. Graham also brings to the club's resources professional
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  • The club really pulled a surprise out of the hat this year with its annual Tea Party for members of 'Contact the Elderly'.
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  • Year 6 Leavers Assembly Cordwalles 2017 Head teacher, Claire -Louise West with jubilant 6th year leavers and their Rotary Dictionaries.The fully illustrated dictionaries from Rotary have become an integral part of this
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