Amidst Covid-19 era, Cheadle & District Rotary holds weekly meeting virtually. The club pledged to a number of projects independently and with other clubs.
£500 to buy a replacement Van for Fish & Loaf in Linda's project Stockport.
Promised £50 to Kid's Out/ Rotary ToyBox.
£50 towards Shoe Aid project and members also collecting shoes.
Rtn Eirwen knits baby blankets and distributes to local Refuge Centre.
End Polio programme continued with buying and planting 4000 Crocus bulbs in St Cuthbert & St Mary's church ground for awareness.
Club is proud to be involved in making and distributing 400 hot meals weekly with the Handy Ladies of Cheadle and Spreading Smile Group from Jain Community of Manchester.
Club donated £100 and one day's expense.
Rtn Deborah initiated Harvest Festival Display at Bamford Grange Care Home the displayed items then delivered to Chelwood Food Bank.
For International activity club was awarded £375 by the District towards a project of Recycle for Rehab to produce a demonstrations video for making of substantial furniture from cardboard boxes.
Deborah also continues to collect funds to buy the deeds of the plot where the Club helped to plant various useful trees around Maria's School through Christian Relief Uganda.
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