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Northwick Park Rotary Club continues its charitable work throughout covid

PUBLISHED: 10:17 09 September 2020

Northwick Park Rotary Club continue fundraising for others despite covid. Picture: Eric Silver

Northwick Park Rotary Club continue fundraising for others despite covid. Picture: Eric Silver

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When the Northwick Park Rotary Club came up with its vision for 2019/2020 to connect the world it did not count on a global pandemic sweeping it.

Volunteers have been actively fundraising for multiple causes and has not let Covid-19 dampen their resolve.

Donations have gone to the Salvation Army, St Mark’s Hospital, in Watford Road, as well as a District matching foundation grant for St Luke’s Hospice in Kenton meaning the charity got double the money.

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Their monthly Dementia Club meetings became weekly meet ups on Zoom and they also held a Blood Pressure day in August where 85 people were tested.

The club has raised well over £3,000 since January from the President’s Tea, Club Quiz, Bucket Collections at Supermarkets.

Eric silver said: “We have lived the Rotary International vision, where together we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting changes across the globe, in our communities and in ourselves.”


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