Gloucester Rotary Club and Sharon Palmer (President of Club) Fundraising!

Over the last year Sharon Palmer, One to One Recruitment Ltd’s Managing Director has been extremely busy running her business as well as holding the presidency post for Gloucester Quays Rotary Club.  Throughout out this time herself and the club have made some outstanding contributions and fund-raised a substantial amount of money for many different charities.

On 17th June 2018 Gloucester Quays Rotary were proud to host Megan Platt from Sue Ryder Care in Cheltenham.

Sue Ryder was our national chosen charity for 2017/2018 with president Sharon Palmer. We were proud to present a cheque for £1500 which is a split of the fuinds raised by the members throughjout the year and the support given by guests to our fundraising events.

E G Carter & Co Ltd were delighted to present a £3000 cheque to Gloucestershire Nightstop along with Gloucester Quays Rotary Club and Davies and Partners Solicitors.

Back in June E G Carter & Co Ltd became the main sponsors for the Gloucester 10k Race, which is organised by Gloucester based solicitors, Davies & Partners and Gloucester Quays Rotary Club.

The two main charities that benefitted from the race is Gloucestershire Young Carers and E G Carter & Co Ltd’s charity of the year, Gloucestershire Nightstop.

After all of the hard work and dedication behind the scenes, the race managed to raise £3000 to help support Gloucestershire Nightstop.

On Monday 30th October, E G Carter & Co Ltd, Gloucester Quays Rotary Club and Davies & Partners presented the cheque to Ciaran Murphy, Project Manager at Gloucestershire Nightstop he said: “We have been so impressed with the effort put in by the team at E G Carter & Co Ltd who, along with the Quays Rotary Club, have raised an amazing amount of money for our organisation. As a small charity, this donation will make a huge positive impact on the service we offer. As we are a local charity all the money raised will go directly to the young people of Gloucestershire.”.

While there Sanduni was able to share her story and how Gloucestershire Nightstop has helped her and her family. Sanduni was living with her mother and her brother. Through no fault of their own the family lost heir accommodation and were forced to make alternative arrangements. Sanduni has been using Nightstop for a number of weeks while the family tries to find somewhere they can live together. Sanduni has a fantastic academic career behind her and hopes to continue with her studies once the situation has settled down again. Nightstop hopes to see Sanduni move back in with her family and move on with her studies soon. Without the help of Nighstop Sanduni and her family would be in a very different situation.



Nigel Tillot and Sharon Palmer presented a cheque for £3,000 raised from from the Glos 10k to Gloucestershire Young Carers today! We are all so pleased and proud!

The cheque was presented to Sarah Jackson and the 10k was organised by Davies and Partners and the Gloucester Quays Rotary club.


For anymore information please visit the Gloucester Rotary Club official website:

Just to name a few of the charities that the Rotary Club help…

2018 – 2019


Rotary in Gloucester Community Awards are organised by the four Rotary Clubs in the city – Gloucester, Rotary@Kingsholm, Gloucester Severn, and Gloucester Quays. The aim of the Community Awards programme is to support organisations within the city area with a small grant which ‘will make a real difference’. This is a small grants programme with awards of up to a maximum of £500.


Our Critical Care teams stand ready to save the lives of local people. We provide emergency care to people who are in a state so critical that they require the specialist skills of our team at the scene of the accident or medical incident. Though we are part of the regional 999 response service and work closely with NHS hospitals, we are a charity entirely funded by local people just like you. GWAAC saves lives across Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, North Somerset and surrounding areas.


Right now, around 85 million people around the world have been made homeless by natural disaster and conflict. We’re working to change this.

By providing emergency shelter and tools for families robbed of their homes by disaster, we’re transforming despair into hope.

2017 – 2018


YG supports young people (11-25 years old) who are facing some very difficult times; whether it be a disruptive home life, caring for a family member or coping with a mental health issue.Young people turn to us for help and we offer them practical ways to find confidence and develop the skills they need to get on track and to move into a job, education or training.


Sue Ryder is a charity which was founded in 1953 by Sue Ryder, with the creation of a nursing home in Suffolk, UK. Sue Ryder supports people with complex needs and life-threatening illnesses across the UK and internationally.


Right now, around 85 million people around the world have been made homeless by natural disaster and conflict. We’re working to change this.

By providing emergency shelter and tools for families robbed of their homes by disaster, we’re transforming despair into hope.

2016 – 2017


Gloucestershire Young Carers Mission is to support young carers in reaching their potential, enabling them and their families to access support that minimises the physical and emotional impact of caring, and that promotes health, well being and resilience.


The Huntington’s Disease Association exists to support people affected by the disease and to provide information and advice to professionals whose task it is to support Huntington’s disease families.


Helping Others to Help Themselves with practical education and creative learning, with an emphasis on sustainability for self-respect and longevity.

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