An evening with internationally renowned Romanian musicians Rares Mihailescu (Amsterdam Cello Octet), Leonard Raiciof (concertmaster Residentie Orkest) and Karina Sabac (Piano). The aim of the project is to help the non-profit foundation Speranta in developing a multifunctional centre in Bucharest that will provide job opportunities and housing possibilities for handicapped young people and those with…
Rotary Club The Hague Metropolitan in association with The Bulgarian Embassy are pleased to present A Concert by Bulgarian Musician at the Koninklijke Schouwburg, The Hague on 31st March 2008 at 19:00. Proceeds from the Concert will go to the benefit of The Rescue Centre for Homeless and Abused Children in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Established in…
Jointly with RC Warsaw, the Club contributed to the purchase of the equipment for the “Tabita” Rehabilitation and Treatment Center. The Center accommodates some 140 patients/pensioners comprising the weak, vulnerable, old and children, the disabled and all in need of care and support.
Jointly with RC Lucknow, the Club supported the Medical Camps Project by contributing to the provision of sets of special kitchen utensils with insulated handles and kits for eye care and ulcers to permit an improvement in self care practices among leprosy affected persons.
In collaboration with RC Amsterdam International and the Wilde Ganzen Foundation, the Club supported the Afghan Shuhada Organisation in re-establishing basic educational facilities for girls in remote districts of Bamyan province following the ravages of the Taliban period.
The Club’s support targeted the Jordanian Badia Project for developing the Jordanian desert areas and improving the quality of life of the Bedouin tribes especially the lives of Bedouin women.
The Club’s support targeted the relief of seasonal rain dependent agricultural and domestic water supply in a drought sensitive area. Project features comprise wells to provide a source of hygienic potable water, re-forestation to check erosion, mini-dams and canals to harvest seasonal rainfall and training of locals in operation and maintenance.
The Club produced and sold 1,000 international recipe CookBooks. The proceeds were donated to the Save the Children Alliance for the construction, staffing and maintenance of village schools.
In response to the August 1999 earthquake, the Club supported the Rotary Disaster Relief Group organised by D-2420 – Turkey Zone 10. The funds went toward the establishment of a primary school component of a Training Centre for Preparedness Education and Training Against Earthquakes.
The proceeds of the Club’s fund raising events were donated to, first, “The Homesteads” project in South Africa to help street children to reconstruct their shattered lives and, second, to support rehabilitation of a Health Care Centre and two Orphanages respectively in Kamieniec, Pieszyce and Klodzko in Poland.