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50 Years supporting Colomendy Camp
The City of Liverpool Rotary Club celebrated 50 years of partnership with the Merseyside Children's Holiday Fund (MCHF) on 20th May at Colomendydetails
The Bala Charity Walk
An intrepid team from City of Liverpool again tried its best shot at this walk for the fourth year running.details
Charter Celebration 2017
The 104th Rotary Charter dinner of the City of Liverpool Rotary Club.details
Our club celebrated is 104th anniversary this year. We are based within the heart of Liverpool's business district and have supported those in need in our region and internationally since the foundation of our club.
We have supported Rotunda Community College for the past seven years - helping with cash, business plans, legal advice and with hard work. One of our Rotarians has been appointed to sit with and advise their board.
City of Liverpool Rotary Club has supported the City of Liverpool Sea Cadets in many ways, such as acquiring two containers from ACL to provide a much needed solution for their storage and logistical problems.
We have been supporting the Colomendy centre in Denbigshire for five decades. It is a project close to our hearts, that has engaged and supported the development of thousands of young people from throughout the North West
Rotary with the Bill Gates Foundation has been working hard for many years and with great success to eradicate polio.
Our club has sent many Shelter Boxes to striken areas - Rotary are often first on the scene of disasters.
Working in Uganda assisting with HIV testing in schools and villages including sports and games in schools.
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