In this time of uncertainty and many members of our community having to self-isolate this is the perfect opportunity for Rotary in Maidenhead to do what it does best, helping those in our local community who might need a little extra support during difficult times. With this in mind we are formulating a community response team.
If you are concerned about going out and are self-isolating or in quarantine due to Coronavirus, Rotary in Maidenhead have a small number of volunteers who can run errands for you such as doing your shopping, collecting medications, posting letters and help walking your dog. We can even try to brighten your day just a bit by giving you a friendly call to help pass the time.
Lisa Hunter, project coordinator and member of Maidenhead Bridge Rotary, commented "Our worry is that people are being told to self-isolate for two weeks and at the end of that we find out that they haven't had any food to eat or friendly support. We want to make sure everybody has got somebody to keep them supplied."
If you have a need for help, or know of someone who does, please get in touch today (subject to availability)
by clicking here.
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
It is times like this when communities need to come together to support each other. Therefore, we are looking for volunteers to join our team to help run errands for people who are in self-isolation or don’t want to risk going out.
You will be paired with another volunteer and given the latest advice to ensure your safety. If you would like to help please complete the form by clicking here.
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What an amazing afternoon and evening of simply stunning talent. From dancing, to choirs, to opera, to Indian Dance to poetry, our young performers were simply the best at the annual Maidenhead’s Got Talent showcase on Friday 6th March.
The charity event, organised by Rotary in Maidenhead, saw performers aged six to 22 appearing in a matinee and evening show at Taplow Court, in Cliveden Road. The event featured pupils from six of the area’s primary schools, two of the areas secondary schools, solo artists and a number of performance academies, totally over 500 performers!
The purpose of the event is to provide an opportunity for performers in schools and local groups to get experience of being on stage and performing to a large audience. There’s lots of talent in Maidenhead and it’s something we should be proud of.
A massive thank you to everyone who came to support the youngsters, to all the performers and all our amazing Rotary Volunteers who make the show possible. We're still adding up all the donations but it looks like, with your help, Rotary in Maidenhead will have raised £4000 to support the charitable projects we do locally, nationally and internationally. So a massive thank you from us!
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