Rotary Showcase

site rencontre black The Rotary Showcase is the place to share and find ideas for fundraising, community projects and international initiatives, to ask questions, to network and to learn more about Rotary.
  • Meet charities who would like support with volunteering, skills or fundraising
  • Find out about Rotary projects happening around District or further afield – or offer to showcase free binary option demo account your club’s project to gain additional support
  • Ask questions of your District teams about public image, grants, community, End Polio and more
  • Meet lots of Rotarians, Inner Wheel and Rotaract members and find out what they are up to!  

go site Exhibitors

  • Aquabox – a charity a charity and community project set up and managed by the Rotary Club of Wirksworth to provide safe drinking water, through the use of filtration units, and humanitarian aid to crisis zones around the world.
  • AW Matthews – Supplier of Rotary branded clothing, badges and other items
  • CLIC Sergant – When cancer strikes young lives, we help families limit the damage cancer causes beyond their health. We have defined six ways in which we do this – the Six Ways We Help. These describe how all of our services and all of our policy, research, public affairs and campaign work, affect change for children, young people and families.
  • Creating Better Futures – Charity based in Reading, aiming to lift orphans and vulnerable children in Africa out of poverty by providing them with access to education, and supporting them through projects focused on feeding, nutrition, clean water, hygiene and sanitation
  • District 1090 Rotary Foundation – hear about current club grant-funded projects, find out more about the grant application process, learn more about the End Polio Now campaign and meet our Rotary Scholars studying subjects across all of Rotary’s six areas of focus
  • Felix Francis – Felix will be selling and signing his crime thrillers, the latest of which – Pulse – centres around Cheltenham Racecourse (Saturday)
  • follow url Global Sight Solutions establishes eye hospitals in the developing world which provide free eye care to the poor and become both sustainable and financially freestanding.
  • Keith Jansz – Mouth & Foot Painting Artist. See Keith’s superb paintings and find out how he creates his masterpieces.
  • International Health Partners – IHP works hard to ensure that some of the unmet needs in our world can be met through the safe and effective coordination of medical product donations.
  • Literacy in a Box – Children in developing countries are eager to learn, to work their way out of poverty. Literacy Boxes are sent to give them ‘Hope through Education’.
  • OXPIP – The Oxford Parent Infant Project tackles some of society’s most challenging issues by helping parents and their babies to form strong and loving attachments
  • Parkinsons UK  – Parkinsons is a progressive neurological condition. This means that it causes problems in the brain and gets worse over time. There are currently 145,000 people living with Parkinson’s in the UK and every hour two people are diagnosed with the condition. Parkinson’s UK is the charity that drives better care, treatments and quality of life. Because we’re here, no-one has to face Parkinson’s along. Please support us today and help us bring forward the day when no-one fears Parkinson’s.
  • Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity – We provide the best possible healthcare for seriously ill children. Our Roald Dahl Nurses support 17,000 UK children and their families.
  • Rotarian Action Group for Peace – Serves as a resource to Rotarians, Rotary clubs and districts by supporting the peace work of Rotarians worldwide.
  • The Abingdon Bridge – Oxfordshire charity which supports young people in challenging circumstances.
  • Sand Dams – Sand dams are low technology structures built in semi-arid lands with unreliable rainfall. Sand dams create a reliable supply of safe water for subsistence farming communities struggling to survive in a deteriorating environment. Impressive in itself, but with a five year sand dam project, a community can achieve so much more. Sand dams lead to water and food security and a re-generating environment The impacts of a sand dam project are so wide-ranging that communities find they have embarked on a path of self-sustained development with optimism and confidence.
  • Shelterbox – A project partner of Rotary International, providing emergency shelter and tools for families around the world robbed of their homes by disaster.
  • Tigoung Nonma – Disabled Artisans Cooperative in Burkina Faso (West Africa) that aims to provide sustainable incomes for physically disadvantaged artisans by participating in the international fair trade movement.
  • Thames Valley Air Ambulance – Covering a population of over two million people in Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, Thames Valley Air Ambulance provides the best possible chance of survival and recovery when the worst happens, bringing advanced expertise and specialist equipment within minutes of the emergency call.
  • The Woodland Trust – The UK’s largest woodland conservation charity and UK partner for the Rotary Tree Challenge.