Here are just some of the ways we are actively involved with the schools, clubs and young people in and around Sherborne.
A concert for school choirs and music groups from the local area that allows young people to perform in front of friends and families.
RYLA is a leadership development program which focuses on secondary school students, university students, or young professionals.
Two bursaries each year are awarded to promising youngsters who have achieved a high standard in their chosen sport.
Rotary has for many years run public speaking competitions for young people – offering the experience of speaking on a public platform as members of a team.
The Aubrey Allen Award recognises young people who take part in activities outside the school curriculum that help others or the local community.
Breakthrough works with young people that struggle to focus in the conventional classroom and takes them on a 3-day expedition to Dartmoor.
The original Rotary Club of Sherborne established the Memorial Fund in 1986, with the purpose to make small financial awards to help advance the education of young people aged between 16 and 28 years of age.