ARE YOU DEALING WITH A RECENT BEREAVEMENT?
Shepperton Aurora Rotary Club have come to recognise the serious challenge that being in lock down
has caused those who are dealing with the death of a loved one.
Whether the death was caused through contracting Covid 19 or other natural causes, the normal difficult feelings of loss, emptiness, sadness and loneliness have made far worse by not being able to be with close family or friends.
Some of our own members have lost loved ones and we as a Club are determined to help where possible to support local organisations who can offer help and support during this difficult stage in life for many.
There is concern by many that once we come out of this current lock down the demand for services for those still struggling with life are being bereaved will increase dramatically so Shepperton Aurora, along with our sister club Shepperton and Sunbury are linking with the three organisations below (and others) over the coming months to help where we can.
There will be more information appearing here on our website in the coming weeks.
If you are looking for help right now, please contact any of the three local organisations below.
SHEPPERTON AURORA ROTARY
We meet as a group of like-minded people once a week via Zoom with one aim –
to help others less fortunate than us and support good causes in the best way can.
We aim to raise sufficient money from our fundraising activities to be able to support a range of charities
and individuals primarily in the Shepperton and Sunbury areas.
In addition we offer the chance for individuals to develop new friendships through
our regular social functions, dinners, meetings and other events.
We are always keen to welcome new members to join in the fun
and the fundraising.
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SO WHAT IS ROTARY?
Rotary began with a small group of like-minded individuals coming together in order to advance goodwill and peace around the world and to help provide humanitarian services by encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations.
They first met in 1905 and they 'rotated' round each others houses for meetings – hence the name.
There are now over 1.2 million members in over 200 countries.
Rotary's prime objective is to encourage and foster the
'ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise'.
The Rotary Four Way Test
Throughout all our undertakings, Rotarians follow these simple principles to make the world a better place for all
Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
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SHEPPERTON AURORA ROTARY CLUB
We normally regularly meet for breakfast and a social chat before our
meetings every Wednesday morning.
As we are all supporting the Government's strategy to obey social distancing and a number of our members are in isolation, we are currently not meeting together physically.
We are meeting every Wednesday evening via ZOOM at 6.30pm.
If you are interested in joining us please email us by completing the form below.