It’s a great chance to come along and hear what the charity has been doing, and our plans for the new year.

Bottesford Baptist Church
Queens Street, Bottesford,
Nottingham NG13 0AH

Starts at 10am with an introduction from Mary and Graham. Tea and coffee from 9.30am. The information morning will run until around 1.00pm, with an afternoon session aimed specifically at volunteers.

Volunteer Information Afternoon
We are happy to announce that we have several special talks on fundraising to help you on your way. We have a guide to setting up a justigiving page and how to advertise your fundraising on social media. As well as this, we are excited about a session from a marketing expert on how to make the most of your fundraising.

  • Be updated – A personal update from Graham and Mary who will be showing the latest video of the Rosie May Home, they will tell you about the progress of both the girls and the charity in 2014.
  • Be inspired – past volunteers talk about their achievements and their challenges when volunteering in Sri Lanka
  • Be motivated – past trekkers and runners will motivate you to join us for our next Sahara or Nepal charity trek or London BUPA 10k race and fundraise for the charity.
  • Be welcomed – join us for coffee, delicious home made cake and the opportunity to talk to past volunteers, sponsors and charity trustees If you are a sponsor it would be wonderful to meet you, tell you how your child is progressing and what they are getting up to!

2014 Rosie May Scholarship Winner!

December 30th, 2014 | Posted by Graham in News Updates - (0 Comments)

Here is our  2014 ‘Musical Theatre High’ Rosie Mays Scholarship winner  - Ethan Doyle. Well Done!

26th December….Boxing Day

December 16th, 2014 | Posted by Graham in News Updates - (0 Comments)

Will be the 10th Anniversary of the Tsunami that hit South East Asia. Within a couple of hours over 230,000 lives were lost and millions displaced.

10 years on your help is still needed….

….You can by using your mobile phone and Texting

RMMF10 £10 to 70070


This Boxing Day, take time to think about those caught in the Tsunami, the devastated lives and if you can….take the time to send the TexT.

Help us to continue rebuilding lives like those of three sisters, Asheni, Arrila and Dilsha who thanks to the Rosie May home were reunited after the Tsunami and ten years on are making remarkable progress, the eldest sister, Asheni wants to be a doctor and is now studying for her O levels.

Let’s see how much we can raise in the same couple of hours.

Thanks to Vodafone, we can make sure every £ raised in this appeal goes directly to the project.