City Club Certificate of Recognition

The Rotary Club of The City of Wolverhampton has been awarded a certificate of recognition for its latest donation-

(£1,750 – $2,240) to the Rotary Foundation campaign to end polio.
Donation made possible (along with numerous others to many causes at home and abroad) by the hard work put into the club’s fund raisers –  including Best Foot Forward, Dragon Boats and Tree of Remembrance. The Tree (‘The Memories Live On’) is going ahead this year, and normal service will be resumed after Covid, with all the other fund raisers.

PDG Richard Green

Supporting Children in Need

Well done Rotarian Susan Husband in the City

of Wolverhampton club for running the Pudsey raffle. Big Bear and Little Bear raised

£900 for Children In Need.
Big Bear will be travelling to see Peter Williams’ family in Australia!

Recycling Coats for Homeless.

Following a suggestion from our member Julie Hickman, the City of Wolverhampton Rotary club has started a scheme to donate the ‘spare coats we’ve all got in our wardrobes but never wear,’ to the Good Shepherd refuge for Wolverhampton’s homeless and rough sleepers.

So far we’re up to about 30 coats and other items of warm clothing.

After a minimum of 72 hours ‘in quarantine,’ they will be delivered to The Good Shepherd centre.


Well done Rotarians -Keep ’em coming!


Richard Green.