02.12.2016 leiab aset esimene Viru Rotary Klubi heategevusüritus

HEATEGEVUSÕHTU
JÕHVI VÄHEKINDLUSTATUD PEREDE LASTELE
SILMAUURINGUTE TEOSTAMISEKS JA PRILLIDE OSTUKS

Meil on lootus, et sellest saab meie iga-aastane jõulueelne üritus, kus erinevatel aastatel kogutakse raha erineva valla vähekindlustatud heaks (sel aastal Jõhvi ja järgmisel näiteks Toila). Põhipartner on S Silmarõõm OÜ ja AB Medical OÜ.

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Heategevusüritus 02.12.16

22.01.2016 / Heategevuslik meo- ja muusikaetendus “Mood on ooperis”

Head rotariaanid!
Olete oodatud koos kaaslase ja heade sõpradega 22. jaanuaril 2016 suurejoonelise moe- ja muusikaetendusele Estonia Kontserdisaalis!
Meie hea sõbra, Päikeselaagri projekti toetaja, rõivadisainer Katrin Kuldmaaga koostöös pakume võimalust osta pilet sellele üritusele heategevusliku hinnaga 100.- eurot.
Kogu piletitulu läheb puudustkogevate perede laste suvelaagri korraldamiseks 2016. suvel.
Päikeselaagri kohta saad lähemalt lugeda: www.paikeselaager.ee
Pileti ostujuhis:
Piletilevist 100-euroseid heategevusliku hinnaga pileteid ostes palume kasutada sooduskoodi PÄIKE.
Internetist ostes sisestage lahtrisse Sooduskood sõna PÄIKE. Piletilevi pakub seepeale piletihinna 100 eurot ja kohad, mida on võimalik valida.
Piletilevi müügipunktides tuleb teenindajale öelda, et soov on osta piletid erihinnaga koodiga PÄIKE ning Teile pakutakse just õiged piletid.
Moe- ja muusikaelamus on kindlasti ka oodatud jõulukink!
Jaga seda julgesti oma headele sõpradele!
Päikeselaagri tiimi nimel
Tallinn Reval Rotary Klubi – tuliuus ja toimekas
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Rapla RC projects between 20 years

  • Maidla Children’s Home bus repair financing (1000 USD)
  • Annual Humanitarian Grants to Student (Once a year 1500 USD)
  • Märjamaa Music School Instruments (22 712€)
  • Support to 32 big families (more than 4 children in a family) in Raplamaa (3050 USD)
  • Digital Photography equipment to youth: Maidla Children’s Home, Pahkla Camphill Village and Kohila Open Youth Centre (21 00 USD)
  • Kehtna Children Playground creation (57 333 USD)
  • Rapla Music School instruments (478 85 USD)
  • Brigade General Märt Tiru Monument (creator of the Estonian Defence Forces (21904 USD)
  • Medical Massage Table to Kindergarten Pääsupesa
  • Flat TV-sets to elderly people’s centres Kohila Turvakeskuse, Kaiu Hooldekodu ja Vigala Hooldekodu elanikele (2955 USD)
  • General Johan Laidoner (hero of the War of Independence) Monument erection donation (300 USD)
  • Support to talented young musicians in Vaba Vanker & Head ööd,Vend (1400 USD)

 

06.07.2015 / Charity Concert “Children of War” in Latvia, Jūrmala

Fund raising for Ukrainian orphans

Rotary International is beyond politics but always present when help is needed for the most vulnerable. Today in Europe it is Ukraine and those Ukrainian children who have lost their parents in war. Orphanages are overcrowded. There are shortages in food and medicines.

Children are not at fault, children do not declare war, children who have lost their parents, their homes and their childhood are the greatest victims of this war. We cannot stop the war but we can support these children with our kindness and affection.

Latvia is the first nation in Europe to call out to the world’s most compassionate people, to support fund raising for the children in Ukraine.

The highlight of this fundraising effort will be a large scale Charity Concert “Children of War” taking place on 6 July 2015 in Latvia, City of Jūrmala (20 km from Riga) Dzintari Concert Hall.

We invite you to ATTEND the Charity Concert by purchasing tickets via the ticket box office www.bilesuparadize.lv and /or MAKE A DONATION starting from 10 EUR to support the children of Ukraine.

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Päikeselaager

Tallinn Hansa Rotary Klubi on võtnud südameasjaks pakkuda vähekindlustatud perede lastele võimalust kogeda elu vahvas suvelaagris! Eesmärk on muuta aastal 2014 vähemalt ühe laagrivahetuse jagu – 180 lapse – elu, kinkides neile  lapsepõlvemälestused, mida nad muidu ei pruugi kogeda. Järgnevatel aastatel soovime võimaldada juba mitut laagrivahetust, et veelgi rohkemate laste unistused teoks teha.

Päikeselaagri programm on multikultuurne. Lapsed õpivad suhtlema erinevates keelekeskkondades (eesti-vene-inglise), õpivad uusi sotsiaalseid oskusi, saavad kogemusi eluks ettevalmistumisel. Läbi arendavate tegevuste on lastel võimalik õppida meeskonnatööd ja koostööoskusi – kõike seda, mida meilt vanemate ja töökohtadel heade kolleegidena iga päev eeldatakse. Lapsed saavad laagris valida erinevaid tegevusi lähtudes oma huvidest. Suur rõhk on meie laagriprogrammis iga lapse esinemisoskuse esiletoomisel. Kõige krooniks suurepärane loodus ja Eestimaa suvelõppudele omane päike!

Loe lisaks: PÄIKESELAAGER

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Projekti toetajad

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Assistance to Large Families in Need in 2012-2013

After the Christmas 2012 food baskets were delivered to the families in Narva and Kohtla-Järve, the Committee members visited families in Narva and Kohtla-Järve in the Spring of 2013. As a result, seven families received assistance in the form of clothes, home appliances, and payment of kindergarten fees.

TIRC is helping an out-of-town family of five children, one of whom is severely disabled and attending a Tallinn vocational school for the disabled, by paying the child’s dormitory fee for the school-year 2013-2014.

As a Christmas gift to the children of large families in Tallinn in 2013, the club took them to see a performance of the ballet “Nutcracker” at Estonia Theatre. The thirteen families were joined by three club members for a lovely Sunday evening.


 

Support for families affected by HIV

During 2013, this project engaged 21 Tallinn families with educational programmes for children in the art museum, family visits to museums, theater productions, and concerts. In addition, it provided counseling in some cases and, also, educational and household articles.


 

Christmas 2010 and 2011

During the Christmas holidays in 2010, the Club arranged for Maria’s Children in Tudulinna to go to Tartu and visit the Aura Veekeskus (Aura Water Park).  The trip was made possible by Club’s Honorary members Sven Ottesen and Ellen Lande’s contribution.

For Christmas 2011, the Club delivered fruit and dry goods Christmas baskets to the Tallinn families which the Assistance to Large Families Committee had visited in the summer.  The funds for this Christmas activity were raised at a lottery held by the Club in the fall.


 

Haapsalu Väikelastekodule laste invaatraktsioonide püstitamine

Haapsalu Rotary Klubi allkirjastas partneritega uue projekti lepingu.
Projekti eesmärgiks on Haapsalu Väikelastekodule (http://www.lastekodu.ee/) laste invaatraktsioonide püstitamine. Projekti käigus paigaldatakse üks turvanõuetele vastav ratastoolikiik ja üks pesakiik.
Lepingu partnerid on Rotary klubid Rootsist – Eskilskunta, Eskilstunta Kloster, Eskilstunda Rekarne ning Eskilstunta Torshälla ja kogu Eskilskunta Rotary Piirkond D 2370. Kogu kogutud raha kahekordistab Rotary Matching Grant fond. Kokkuvõttes kogunes projekti fondi veidi üle 14 000 euro.
Tänaseks projekt lõpetatud ja siin ka lugu mänguväljaku avamisest: http://www.laanlane.ee/article/err-haapsalu-rotary-klubi-kinkis-lastekodule-turvalised-kiiged

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Assistance to Large Tallinn Families in Need in 2011

For the third year in a row, the Club decided to assist large families in need – this time in Tallinn.  Again, the Ottawa Rotary Club made a contribution, as did the Tallinn firm Gildhall, and other private contributors.  Estonia adopted the Euro on January 1, 2011 and this time the budget voted by the members for the project was in Euros – 5000.00.

Again, the Committee members visited the families that had been found with the assistance of the city’s social welfare office.  As a consequence, 10 families purchased footwear and winter clothes for their children (total of 31 children).  The same shoe store that had cooperated with the Club previously, gave a generous discount as did Prisma from whom the clothes were purchased.  Other families were assisted with payments made for either rent, Kindergarten fees, extra-curricular activities, household items (most of them were donated by the Club members, as were a computer and printer).