The Rotary Club of Brackley
Rotary's main objective is service - in the community, in the workplace, and around the globe. The 1.2 million Rotarians who make up more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in nearly every country in the world share a dedication to the ideal of Service Above Self. Rotary clubs are open to people of all cultures and ethnicities and are not affiliated with any political or religious organizations. The heart of the Rotary Club is the weekly club meeting - on a Thursday evening in Brackley, when there is often a speaker on charitable or vocational subjects. If you would like more details please visit our website Our support for the local community is varied, often providing equipment for local youth groups and other local organisations. Our support is not always financial; for example we have organised many inter-school competitions such as Youth Speaks, a Rotary public speaking competition and also annual mock job interviews at both Magdalen College School and Chenderit School - hundreds of interviews every year . We also assist other fundraising organisations with their events. We also raise money for overseas projects. These projects are often supervised by overseas Rotary clubs, providing assurance on how money is spent. All monies raised are given directly to the charities or projects with no administration or management fees. Thanks for giving.
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The Bantaba Project

Our aim is to deliver a permanent and sustainable self-supporting teaching, training and community centre for people of The Gambia of any age and ability.

In essence the project will focus on helping people to help themselves, empowering communities through education and training workshops, to benefit, disadvantaged people in the community by tackling issues of illiteracy, special needs, ill-health and poverty.

A community centre will provide opportunities for learning skills and developing those skills to produce products and services within identified markets.  Trade of these will therefore be the catalyst for improved living conditions.  The project will directly benefit those that participate in the project and their extended families, which will allow indirect benefits to spread throughout the village community. The centre will also be able to accommodate visitors, teachers and students from all over the world, who may arrive to help within the centre, teach their skills or to learn about African life at grassroots level.

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