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Will to Give

TheWillToGive 07.08.17Guest speaker, member Michael Graham, Director CFR Solicitors, addressed the Club on the Will to Give initiative.

will to give logoMichael advised that it was originally set up by, and subsequently grew out of, NICVA (the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action) in 2011 and is now an Association of 54 charities of every size and scale covering a broad range of causes. Their remit is to encourage people to make a legacy charitable gift in their will.

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Trends in Employment and Recruitment in NI

AlansPresentation02.08.17Guest speaker member Alan Braithwaite, Business Director, Abacus Recruitment gave a most interesting talk on the changes and future trends in Employment and Recruitment in NI and the attitudes of young people to the more traditional ways of recruitment.

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Rotary Scholars Visit the Club

PresRosemaryAnd ScholarsWe were delighted to welcome to the Club meeting Monday 24 July visiting global scholars Laney Lennox from Louisiana (being hosted by the Club) who is studying for a Masters in Conflict and Social Justice at Queens University; Kristina McLaughlin, the guest speaker who discussed her recent travels and study at Trinity College Dublin of historical memory in post-conflict areas and Shaley Moore from Missouri, USA (sponsored by Webb City-Carl Junction RC) who through the Ro

President Rosemary visits YouthAction Headquarters

IMG 2635Marking 10 years of YouthAction being in their city centre hub at College Sq North President Rosemary visited on Monday 24 July meeting CEO June Trimble. The picture on the wall is of Hampton House which was the home of the organisation for almost 40 years. During the visit, she discussed the range of activities currently undertaken by YouthAction and expressed particular interest in the initiatives addressing mental health and well-being.

She invited YouthAction to the

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ShelterBox Help Grenfell Tower Group

Grenfell July 17ShelterBox reacted swiftly to a request from a therapy group helping the young people and adults traumatised by the Grenfell Tower fire by providing five all-weather gazebos with side panels for cover for a range of outdoor activities and counselling sessions.

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Welcome to the website of The Rotary Club of Belfast.

 

T1718 small tspPlease explore and get a flavour of how volunteer Rotarians use their skills and vocations throughout our various projects to "Make a Difference" to people less fortunate than ourselves at home and abroad and the fun and fellowship we enjoy being members of the family of Rotary. 

 

The Rotary Club of Belfast is a vibrant club, welcoming and friendly
and we welcome visitors from the World of Rotary at any time.

 

 

PresRosemary2017 18It is a great pleasure for me to be not only the President, following my late husband and father in law, but also the 2nd female President of The Rotary Club of Belfast in its 107th year.

We will continue to promote the service Rotary gives to the community both locally and worldwide currently helping young and older people at home through YouthAction, Mitchell House and the Tree of Remembrance; whilst worldwide supporting the fight to ‘End Polio Now’, helping restore sight in underdeveloped countries and through ShelterBox and AquaBox aiding those in distress overseas.

We appreciate the tremendous amount of service already given by members but are looking forward to encouraging new members to join and any prospective member is most welcome at any of our Monday meetings.

This year’s Rotary theme is Rotary: Making a Difference –
please join us and help us make that difference.

 Rosemary Simpson, President 2017/18

Join Us

Membership of the Club is an incredibly rewarding and enjoyable experience and we are actively looking for new people to invite to join and breathe new vibrancy and ideas into the Club and take Rotary into its second century in Belfast.

If you think Rotary may be for you, or for further information, please contact us.

Getting involved with Rotary could be the most important thing you ever do.

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