Rotary Club of Reading

Reading Rotary Community Projects

Earlier grants were:

October 2019 Remap 1000
Their engineers provide bespoke aids which would not otherwise be available for disabled people to improve their quality of life.
June 2019 Churches in Reading women's centre 1000.
This centre aims to build confidence in vulnerable women , combat loneliness through friendship and help bring out creativity and skills for those on the fringe of society.
April 2019 1,000 to Living Paintings - This is to help fund their touch to see library which will assist 240 blind or partially sighted adults and 246 children in Berkshire.
250 to 95th Reading Scout Group
In October 2018, 500 to the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre to help fund the development of personalised physiotherapy exercise plans for MS sufferers locally to help them manage their MS to ensure that they can stay mobile and independent, improve the physical and mental health of those with MS and allowing those with MS to meet and support each other.
In August 2018 was 250 to Reading Physical Disability & Sensory Needs Network to partially fund their Disability Awareness Day.
In June 2018 were:
500 to Younger People With Dementia - this money will be used for their social program and fund a boat trip.
900 to The Wren School Interact Club - this is to help stock the school's library and assist literacy.
In April 2018 were:
670 to Christian Community Action Ministries - This is to cover the purchase of 5 bunk beds, mattresses and bedding.
In March 2018 were:
750 for New Beginnings Reading - this is to fund a community fridge
1000 National Autistic Society to provide funding for their West Berkshire youth social groups.
In February 2018 were:
500 to the 95th reading scout group and
1320 to Footsteps
In January 2018 were:
1,000 was awarded to 'Homestart'. For more information please follow the link:
To see their 'Thank You' follow 'Read More'

Earlier in the 2017/2018 Rotary year donations were made to:-
Accessible Boating Club (part of Rivertime Boat Trust) for wider wheelchair friendly pontoons - 1,000
Age UK Reading to fund chess course and club - 250
The Engine Room - 750
Faith Christian Group - 1,000
Whitley Wood Community Centre disabled toilet refurbishment - 980
ABC to Read - 500 to help recruit and train five volunteers
Reading Mencap - 750 to help with their community choir and help with putting on an end of course concert
Reading Refugee Support Group - 500 to help make their office a secure and safe environment
Berkshire Vision - 500 to assist funding 5 sessions for their athletics club
Churches in Reading Women's centre - 250 to assist with project running costs


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