We are always looking for new members. If you'd like to "try before you buy" why come along to one of our meetings? You can be assured of a warm welcome - and a free breakfast (by invite). We also welcome visits from other Rotarians. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and to reserve your place.
If the answers to any of these questions is “Yes!” – Read on.
Many successful businesses have found that one way of engaging with staff, customers and other stakeholders is to have a vision which goes beyond the business itself. This is sometimes referred to as Corporate Social Responsibility.
Is your organisation clear about the ways in which it is involved in helping charities or providing sponsorship? Is your organisation looking for opportunities to give time, resources or in-kind donations or making unused assets available to others? Does it give its employees a chance to get involved in these things? How does it measure its impact on society beyond the business?
There are many ways in which Rotary could help your organisation to develop its corporate social responsibility policy encouraging the organisation as a whole or some key individuals to get involved in Rotary programmes.
At the moment we have local initiatives addressing homelessness, and by young carers in education in Bristol. On the international front we are promoting further education in Nepal and literacy projects in Kenya and South Africa. We are also exploring an environmental project in Southern India.
Rotary provides a useful development tool to help senior staff members develop leadership, project management and public speaking skills as well as a wider vision for the world. Rotary has a strong ethical foundation and good international links. There are opportunities for them to build networks, to learn from experienced business people, use their skills for the wider good and to get involved with humanitarian project in your local community and overseas.
In addition to other benefits, your organisation’s involvement with Rotary will allow you to use the widely known Rotary brand on your website.
Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club has organises many corporate fund-raising events. Its most high profile events in recent years have included its corporate Golf Day in May, the Dragon Boat Festival (www.bristolrotarydragons.org ) in June and the corporate Quiz in October. We regularly raise between £50,000 and £100,000 each year. These are great team-building events. If you would like your organisation to get involved in one of these please send your details to email@example.com.
To get involved in all our service projects, fundraising and social events on a more regular basis, consider joining Rotary as a corporate member. Corporate membership is one way in which an organisation can build links with Rotary for the benefit of several members of staff at the same time. For more details about corporate membership see www.bristolbreakfastrotary.org/corporatemembership.
Many people get to a point in their lives when they want to do something more than just work. Rotary is an outlet for giving back to society. It is a service organisation of business and professional persons united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
The Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club is a club which meets weekly on Wednesday mornings at 7.15am for 7.30am until 8.30am at the Brasserie Blanc in Cabot Circus. We meet for breakfast, business and uplifting speakers. To get involved email firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a look at the pages of this website for more details about us. For more information about Rotary visit www.bristolbreakfastrotary.org/What_is_Rotary