Fund Raising

A Successful Year

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During the last Rotary year we donated a total of £44,818.31 to worthy causes. Past President Phil Cavill said “the members of the Club have again put their heart and soul into helping and supporting others and shown what can be done when you set out to “Light up Rotary”.

Support was given to the following:

  • Methodist Church £60.00
  • Laura Guile Zambia £100.00
  • Student Bursaries £3,000.00
  • Food for homeless £200.00
  • Ebola Appeal £741.24
  • Handicap Cycle £327.00
  • One Eighty Charity £2,800.00
  • Katharine House Hospice £5,000.00
  • Sierra Leone Schools project £14,050.00
  • R.Y.L.A. £662.58
  • Frank Wise School £2,000.00
  • Educaid £100.00
  • Rotary Foundation £4,700.00
  • Safewater Aquafilter £1,273.00
  • End Polio Now £5,000.00
  • Shelter Box £590.00
  • Leukaemia Research £135.00
  • Biker Response Charity £100.00
  • Shelterbox £2,360.00
  • Street Pastors £250.00
  • BGN Tall Ships £500.00
  • Party for Blind £69.49
  • Roll out the Barrel Charity £600.00

2014

helping-handsA huge thank-you to everyone who helped us during 2014 to donated to deserving causes a magnificent total of £43,027 and organised the following events:

  • Young Musician of the Year Competition
  • Young Chef Competition
  • School Practice Interviews
  • Children Singing for Children Concerts
  • supporting Tour de Trigs
  • Family Christmas Festival of Music Concert
  • Christmas Street Organ Collections
  • Party for the Blind and Partially Sighted
  • Crocus Concerts
  • RYLA

Ebola in Liberia

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The Rotary Clubs of Banbury and Banbury Cherwell are combining with the Marlow Club to address the desperate situation in West Africa.

They are working with the Rotary Club of Monrovia in Liberia where already thousands of people have died in the Ebola outbreak, and the number has continued to rise.

Liberia, followed by Sierra Leone, are the worst hit countries.

The crisis has led to panic, rioting and fear. The hospitals are not equipped to cope; many have no gloves, no masks, no fresh water, even Doctors are dying!

The Rotary Club of Marlow, have been in touch with the Rotary Club of Monrovia, Liberia’s capital city. They have commenced action with vigour, good sense, and with a real knowledge of what is needed.

They found, can you believe, that the largest hospital in Monrovia had not even one standard Ebola protective garment.

By August 16th, the Rotary Club of Monrovia have given local hospitals 3000 surgical gloves, 10,000 examination gloves, 100 buckets with faucets, and petrol slips for the rapid response vehicles.

Further, they have embarked on a global campaign to raise USD $100,000.00 for this cause. They are engaging with local churches to raise funds, and to distribute the required items.

The Collection at Castle Quay Shopping Centre on Saturday 11th October raised £741.24 and we would like to thank the people of Banbury for their generous donations.

Almost £20,000 has been raised by Rotary Clubs in District 1090 and all the money will be passed to the Rotary Club of Monrovia.

Music to honour the brave 1914-1918

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Music to honour the brave 1914-1918
By Banbury Symphony Orchestra in aid of the Royal British Legion and the Army Benevolent Fund
Saturday 28 June 2014
St Mary’s Church, Banbury at 7.30pm.
Tickets adults £10; Children £4.
Available from www.wegottickets.com ;Tourist Information Centre, Banbury or tel no 01608 645589
1 Elgar Polonia: A Symphonic Prelude
2 Kelly Elegy for strings and harp: ‘In Memoriam Rupert Brook’
3 Britten Sinfonia da Requiem
4 Elgar Enigma Variations
5 Elgar ‘Land of Hope and Glory’

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