We are a group of 18 - 30 year olds who meet up to socialise with friends and volunteer our time to help our community and raise money for local charities.
Are you: 18-30? New to the area? Bored? Want to meet new people? Feel like doing something different?
Then the Rotaract Club of Maidenhead could be just what you are looking for, giving you an instant group of new friends, a fun social calendar and also lots of opportunities to help your local community.
Rotaract is an international organisation of young adults aged 18 to 30 who are committed to service and leadership in their communities and abroad. Established in 1968 by Rotary International, Rotaract is a global network of young people who are changing the world with clubs in over 160 countries.
Its not all about hard work though, we do know how to have fun too and have a wide-range of social events on every single week - giving you a perfect opportunity to meet new people, make friends and do something different.
Join this meet up group if you want to make an impact in the Maidenhead area, meet new people and have a great time. Maidenhead Rotaract have also been awarded the Rotaract in Great Britain & Ireland Club of the Year for 2012 - officially making it the best Rotaract Club to join!
You are invited to an evening with our Sponsoring Rotary Club, The Rotary Club of Maidenhead. You will be treated to great company and a 3-course meal and I'm sure an excellent and interesting speaker.
The cost is £20 which is payable on the night, so please bring exact cash.
Please email Rachel to request more information. Find out more about the Rotaract Club of Maidenhead at http://www.rotaract.org.uk/maidenhead
This is our monthly 'formal' meeting were we go through the events which have happened and what is going to happen. Our sponsoring rotary club also send some members along so we can catch up with them.
We have a meeting room booked - If it is your first time coming along please comment and we will tell you were to find us / send you the number of someone who is going.
The best place to park is in the Nicholson Centre Car Park.
The Rotarians have invited us to join their game of skittles! It’s a traditional bowling alley in a traditional pub, and we have a meal at the halfway stage. The menu and costs are attached so if you’d like to come, please let me know what you want and I’ll send our choices on the Rotarians by 17th May! Please don’t forget to bring the money in cash on the day so we can pay (and enough for any drinks you might want!)