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This donation is made on behalf of Rotary Club of Hendon. Rotary is an organization of business and professional person united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. This donation is part of our effort to support disadvantaged young people in our local community affected by the corona virus pandemic by supporting with them to continue their studies through online learning.
Saturday 14th September was another successful annual fundraising event for good causes by the Rotary Club of Hendon led by our able president Ngozi DikeSpecial guests included Mayor of Enfield Cllr Kate Anolue, our DG Tony Sharma, AG Ben Abiodun, President Oru Community Association, guests from other Rotary Clubs and others. The highlights of the evening included a rendition of band aid song"we are the world" by the president's grandchildren, they also sold chocolates raising £41. DJ Ify was at hand to get us on our feet and on the dance floor. Community service award was presented to Chief Sir Ben Agwunobi, Chantelle Duru for supporting Rotary events and kids for their entertainment and fundraising effort.