Another Treasure Chest Award

Robert Blackwood and Jasper receiving a Treasure Chest donation for £250 from Ayr Rotary Club President Bob Cherry at the Savoy Park Hotel recently. Feeling humbled by Robert’s spirit, just doesn’t come close to how we felt. More

Treasure Chest Award goes to Poppi McKay – 28 Oct 2022

Bubbly and personable 18-year-old Poppi Mackay is the latest beneficiary of a £250 grant from our popular Treasure Chest fund. The Club has £250 to award each month to deserving local charitable causes or individuals and can assist with schemes and activities which can demonstrate real benefit from this support. Pop... More

Treasure Chest Award for Whitletts Vics

Vics in the Community doing a fantastic job Throughout the current difficult situation, Whittlets Vics, as well as organising various physical activities in North Ayr, have been supporting vulnerable families, having delivered over 10,000 meals so far. These meals go out at least weekly and the photos show some of the ... More

Community Activity News – 16 November 2020

The club has been very busy in the community over the last few weeks. A sum of £200 has been raised and donated to the Salvation Army Foodbank which is still experiencing high other “pop-up” banks reduce. Members are encouraged to consider contributing their usual weekly meeting cost (£12 for a meal at ... More

Women’s Hub receive Treasure Chest Grant

  The Rotary Club of Ayr recently awarded a cheque for £250 to The Ayrshire Women’s Hub following their successful application to the Rotary Club’s Treasure Chest. The Women’s Hub is an empowering social space offering support, activities, events, therapies and simply a safe place to go to relax and ... More

Treasure Chest supports 1st Coylton Boys’ Brigade – 20 March 2019

The club Treasure Chest fund has made a £250 award to the 1st Coylton Boys Brigade towards expenses incurred in educational trips for the boys. Hazel McCully and Ron Ireland attended a normal brigade meeting night to present the cheque to Douglas Wilson, Captain of 1st Coylton Boys’ Brigade company. Douglas thanked ... More

Treasure Chest Support for Ayr Academy – 30 November 2018

Gus Iannotti and Ron Ireland went along to the wonderful new Ayr Academy to make a Treasure Chest presentation of £200 to help support an educational trip to London in February. They were met by geography teacher Stephen Gilmour and four of the fifty pupils who will be going on the trip: Callum Smith, Fergal Holohan, ... More

Young Vics receive Treasure Chest Award – 25 October 2018

Eileen Alexander went along to the Young Vics training night to present the youngsters’ football club with a cheque for £200 from our Treasure Chest fund. Vics in the Community is a relatively new Charity which aims to improve and develop activities for Children in North Ayr.  North Ayr sits in the top 5% of the ... More

North Ayr “Thegither” Project – 13 December 2017

The club’s Treasure Chest has made a £200 donation to assist the North Ayr “Thegither” Project”. This project is led by Development/Family Worker Rosie Eggo and is an initiative of the North Ayr Parish Grouping which consists of Ayr St. Quivox Church, Ayr St. James Church, Newton Wallacetown Church and Lochside ... More

Treasure Chest supports Boys’ Brigade Adventure – 22 August 2017

Douglas Wilson, officer (Lt.) in the 17th Ayr Boys' Brigade company, attended our club meeting to be presented with a £200 cheque from the Treasure Chest fund. The presentation was made by President Craig and John Ewing, Community Service convenor. The money had assisted two company activities through the hire of a ... More