Rotary Jaipur Limb Project

The Rotary Jaipur Limb project was established in 1984 by the late Peter Betteridge from the Rotary Club of Godalming, RI District 1250, and his wife Jessamine, following a vist to the remarkable limb making workshops of Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS) at the Sawai Man Singh (SMS) hospital in Jaipur, India . They saw that no disabled person was ever turned away, coming as they did to the centre by any method of transport and often from great distances in India, and how all were treated free of charge

Be A Gift to Crumlin

A project started by the Rotary Club of Monaghan and adopted by Rotary Clubs of Ireland including Dublin Central to renovate a Parents Accommodation Unit in the Our Lady's Children's Hospital. OLCHC is the largest paediatric hospital on the island of Ireland and provides services for children from both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The project funded the renovation of 48 bedrooms that are available for parents of sick children. The Arctic Challenge was a 2500km adventure to the Arctic Circle on vintage 50cc mopeds, the challenge funded replacement doors for the 48 bedrooms as part of the overall Rotary effort that funded the refurbishment. 

The project delivered €75k of direct funding in addition to the thousands of hours of voluntary service provided by Rotarians and friends of Rotary.


Project 538

Clean water is a huge challenge. Rotary has decided to help Gorta with the clean water element of their bigger project in Keringet. Together, we are working with 3,371 families (15,389 people) helping them to improve their food/nutrition, economic, health and education status, but specifically (for Rotary) with their clean water challenges.

Daisy Lodge

The Cancer Fund for Children runs Daisy Lodge, a purpose built, therapeutic short break centre for families in Ireland nursing a child with cancer

ICAN (Irish Children's Arthritis Network)

The Irish Children's Arthritis Network (ICAN) are working to build a new dedicated JIA Unit at Crumlin Children's Hospital in the hopes of reducing waiting times and improving treatment.

Light Of Maasai

The Light of Maasai was founded by a group of four people, three Maasai and one “musungu” (Irish NGO worker Elaine Bannon). Together these four people have a vision where the Maasai will continue with their traditions and culture, but with the help of willing sponsors, suffer less hardship


The Rotary Club of Dublin Central have decided to work with the fantastic organisation Sightsavers after shocking statistics emerged which said that within two years of becoming blind, 50 per cent of children in developing countries will die

Bhaktapur Rotary, Nepal

- House Building Program

These robust shelters which have been designed to withstand the extreme climatic conditions experienced here in Nepal were handed over on Tuesday the 18th of August to ten families made homeless by the recent devastating earthquake in Nepal. This project also included the provision of four toilets and a well to provide water for the families……….