Kingston Riverside Rotary Club is a new and flexible club that aims to encourage people in the local area to get involved with volunteering, fundraising and community projects, whilst having fun.
Kingston Riverside Rotary Helps Two Great Local Communities Celebrate Christmas
Saturday December 17th was the busiest day of the year for KRivRotary. We organised Santa for Surbiton Farmer’s Market in the morning and set up Santa’s elf grotto for Kingston Young Carers in the afternoon. A special thanks to Richard Smith from New Malden who made the morning special for many young market goers.
Father Christmas Rides Into Town for Kingston Riverside Rotary and INSPIRE Sport
On Sunday December 12th Kingston Riverside Rotary members and volunteers joined forces with INSPIRE Sport to raise money for the Spring term.
INSPIRE is a voluntary organisation that offers sport for anyone with special needs who wants to come along, have some fun and take part in games. It meets 6-7.30pm every fortnight in term times at the gym in St Philips School, Chessington.
INSPIRE Sport offers fun and physical activities to local people with special needs who would not get the chance anywhere else. Our members learn about teamwork, co ordination and ball skills and to play to the rules. Some members go on to compete for Special Olympics Surrey in regional, national and international events. Others gain life skills that helps them into work. Everyone has fun!
Maggie North owner of INSPIRE Sport
INSPIRE Sport relies on volunteers from the local community and is delighted to be supported in 2016-17 by students from Tiffin Boys School and Kingston Grammar School.
For more information please visit www.inspire-sport.co.uk