Rotary Club of Cranleigh Supports Haiti

Rotary Club of Cranleigh Supports HaitiRotary Clubs throughout the world are rallying to support the people of Haiti after the disastrous earthquake in January 2010. The Rotary Club of Cranleigh is contributing to this monumental effort by raising funds for vital equipment. The recent street collection raised over £1,200. Since then, further donations from members of the public and individual Rotarians have raised the total figure to approximately £1,500.

"We are delighted with the generous response from the people of Cranleigh to our collection for Haiti," said Michael Hart, president of Cranleigh Rotary Club.

Rotary Club of Cranleigh Supports HaitiNews reports on the television have already shown hundreds of Rotary Shelter Boxes and other essential supplies, including medical equipment, being delivered to the disaster area. If members of the public would like to use Rotary as a means of sending donations, cheques payable to the Rotary Club of Cranleigh Charity Account may be sent to the Club President, John Greenwood. All donations will be used to enable Rotary International to purchase more Shelter Boxes and other vital equipment.